Prospective families who are interested in learning more about The Wetherill School may email email@example.com or call to schedule a tour of the school. Weekday mornings are the best time to see our mixed-age groups of 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds in action. If you are considering our afternoon Kindergarten Enrichment Program, weekday afternoons are the best time to observe the classes.
Wetherill uses the Pennsylvania Private Academic School cutoff dates for admissions. The youngest children must be 2 years 7 months of age in September by the start of school and have mastered toileting, and Kindergarten children must be at least 4 years 7 months by the first day of school in accordance with Pennsylvania Private Academic School Code.
The Wetherill School does not discriminate on the basis of legally protected status such as race, color, religious creed, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national or ethnic origin Including limited English proficiency, political beliefs, physical or mental disability or military or veteran status in admissions or in the administration of its educational policies and other school-administered programs. We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all.
How to Apply to The Wetherill School
Following your call, email, or tour, an information packet will be provided to you that will include an application form. If you would like to apply without a tour, please click here, there will be a $50 non-refundable application fee.
Upon receipt of the application form and fee, we will contact you regarding enrollment. If we anticipate available space for your child’s age group, we will send enrollment documents in late fall. Once we receive the signed enrollment agreement, you will be invoiced for a $750 deposit that will hold your child’s place for the next academic year. The deposit is credited toward the total tuition.
New enrollees will be invited to visit the school to meet with a teacher in late spring or summer.
Enrollment in The Wetherill School is based on equal distribution of genders and ages in the classes, when possible, and the availability of space in the appropriate group after having taken returning children and their siblings into consideration.