Welcome to Wellmont Academy!

Admissions Steps

During our second semester each year, we have information sessions for prospective parents to attend. Please check out the banner above or click on the tab to the right to attend our next information session.  

A tour will also be included in this session. 

Information sessions with tours are approximately 1.5 hours in length.

We highly encourage prospective students and parents to schedule a private tour of our campus if you are unable to attend an information session.

A visit to our campus can be an excellent opportunity for prospective students and their parents to gain a comprehensive understanding of the school’s facilities, curriculum, and culture.

We would love to see you and show you around!

Submit an online Student Application with a non-refundable application fee of $25

This form is fairly comprehensive and will give us all the information we need to proceed with either a personal family interview or a follow-up phone call. We do require an entrance evaluation or Standardized test scores dated within 3 months prior to the student’s scheduled entrance date at Wellmont Academy.

To schedule an evaluation for your student, please click here.

We require an entrance evaluation or Standardized test scores dated within 6 months prior to the student’s scheduled entrance date at Wellmont Academy.  If you do not have current test scores, you’ll need to schedule an evaluation with our testing service in order to proceed with the application process.

To schedule an evaluation for your student, please click here.

After we have reviewed your application, our admissions team will follow up with you via email to schedule a shadow day.

It is possible but not always necessary that our team will follow up a shadow day by requesting a family interview or phone call. 

If you are scheduled for an in-person interview, both students and parents are required to attend interviews.

Once shadowing (or a possible interview) is completed, our team will revisit all application questions, academic information received, as well as the report given for behavior during the shadow day. Wellmont looks for well-rounded students who show openness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, are well-behaved in a classroom environment and can follow directions, and who have the spiritual and environmental support of their parents. Once all of these factors are taken into consideration, you will be sent an enrollment advancement or a denial email.

If you receive an enrollment advancement letter, your registration fee deposit will be required to hold your child’s seat. The registration fee deposit is non-refundable and is not included in tuition.

YOUR REGISTRATION FEE DEPOSIT MUST BE PAID in order to hold your child’s seat. Registration fee deposits are no longer covered by Scholarship Award Letters. Please see our tuition and fees page for registration fee deposit pricing. Pricing is based on time of application submission.

If you receive a denial letter, we welcome you to re-apply to Wellmont the following semester.

After your registration fee deposit is paid, if you are receiving scholarship funds, there will be a waiting period as Wellmont waits for your award letter to be released by Step Up for Students . Award letters are generally released mid-July.

Once we receive your scholarship award letter from Step Up, you will receive a Welcome Letter from us with additional enrollment directions and portal access. Final class population in our system is also loaded mid-July of each year.

Itemized invoices are released during the summer.

Scholarships are available now through Step Up for Students!

Additional Information

Enrollment is Limited based on our teacher and facility capacity.

Campus enrollment at Wellmont is granted to a limited number of students and requires a lengthy application process, so we encourage you to start early.

Wellmont Academy 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 load programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.