The Donoho School admits students of average to above average ability, who have demonstrated the willingness to perform well, and for whom parents have college aspirations. Schedule a campus visit, and if you’d like to pursue enrollment, we’ll walk you through the admissions process.
The following must be completed or received before a student’s application will be considered for enrollment:
It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure that all required information has been submitted to the Admissions Office. A student’s file must be complete before the admissions committee will review it.
School transcripts and recommendations can be returned by email to (firstname.lastname@example.org), by fax to 256-237-5477, or by mail: Attention: Director of Admissions, The Donoho School, 2501 Henry Road, Anniston, AL 36207
The Donoho School utilizes a rolling admissions procedure with applications accepted throughout the school year. Parents of candidates are informed of the admission committee’s decision within two weeks after their files are complete.
The Donoho School requires that all applicants complete a battery of entrance tests. Students applying for admission to pre‐kindergarten and kindergarten are given an aptitude test as well as an early childhood inventory. Students applying for admission to first through twelfth grades are given an aptitude test as well as one or more tests of reading comprehension and fluency. A test of mathematical proficiency may also be administered. The testing/application fee is $100.
While The Donoho School does not require formal interviews as part of the admissions process, a school official will meet with each student for an informal interview during a campus tour or prior to his/her file being presented to the admissions committee. Campus visits and opportunities to learn more about the program before making the decision to apply are also encouraged.