It’s a great time to apply to Menaul School! Take the next step ensuring your student’s education prepares them for the world. Filling out the online application can take as little as 15 minutes. Have the email addresses for your student’s math and English teachers handy.
Once you have submitted the online admission application, we can help you consider your next move.
Options to Explore Menaul
- Student shadow day
- Campus tour
- Chat with the middle or upper school division director
These are all popular choices! Let us know what you are most interested in or what you need to know as you continue the application process.
“Menaul School really helps challenge me to reach my full potential and to prepare me for my future. This school has given me a bunch of different opportunities… Menaul does a great job of encouraging us to be the best versions of ourselves.”
Chrystal, 11th grader
What Comes Next?
Our friendly Admission staff will guide you through the process, which is designed to help us get to know your student and your goals.
If you haven’t visited campus yet, sign up to visit soon! Visiting is a great step to do early so you and your student get inspired about Menaul School.
A request for teacher recommendations will automatically be sent to your school once you submit the online admission application.
Admission staff will:
• request grades from your school,
• schedule a student shadow day and an admission test for your student, and
• set up an interview time for you and the Middle or Upper School Director.
*Optional: you can start the FACTS Grant and Aid application at any point during the application process.
Spring admission decisions are sent May 6th or earlier.
An English assessment and visa application documents are required. For additional information, please visit our International Student Admission page.
Menaul School is accredited by Cognia and the State of New Mexico.
Menaul School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.