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Notes for Prospective Students
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION-Rowland Hall does not discriminate on
the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin,
sexual orientation or gender in the administration of any of its
The admission committee seeks motivated students who will be
challenged by academic excellence and will thrive in an atmosphere
of respect and concern for the individual.
priorities is the creation of a vibrant and inclusive community,
intellectually stimulating and socially supportive, which prepares
students to live, work and thrive in a multicultural
Applicants are required to submit an application, applicant
questionnaire (grades 6 through 12), copies of school records, a
current transcript or report card, and two teacher
It is also recommended that the applicant visit the school and
complete a personal interview.
Standardized test are administered
to applicants for grades six through 12.
Individual assessments are required for those children applying
to 2 PreK to fifth grade.
Previous testing information may also be
APPLICATION TIMETABLE-Inquiries are welcomed year-round.
Tours and interviews are given Monday through Friday by
Admission open house events are offered in the fall and in
January & February.
Admissions applications are accepted on a rolling basis for the
current year when space is available.
The application deadline is March 1 for fall admission for the
A $50 non-refundable fee is due with the
ADMISSIONS CORRESPONDENCE- Kathy Gundersen, Director of
Admissions Rowland Hall, 720 Guardsman Way, Salt Lake City, Utah,
Telephone: (801) 355-7485 Fax: (801) 363-5521 E-mail:
Every student who enters Rowland Hall's Middle School or Upper
School is asked to declare acceptance of the responsibility to
uphold ethical, honest standards in their academic life by signing
a copy of the Academic Honor Code.
When a student is suspected of
violating the Academic Honor Code, a disciplinary committee is
convened to propose a course of action.
All Rowland Hall students
are expected to show respect for themselves, for other people, for
the School environment, and for public property.
COSTS AND FINANCIAL AID-The cost of tuition for full-day
programs for the 2014-2015 school year ranges from $16,515 (4 PreK)
to $21,515 (grade 12).
A bundled billing fee is assessed and covers
laboratory and other expenses for Middle School and Upper School
School lunch program and transportation are available for
an additional fee.
Rowland Hall offers financial aid to applicants whose families
demonstrate financial need in grades one through 12.
The financial aid application deadline is March 1.
Approximately 23% of the student body currently receives some
degree of financial aid.
Financial aid decisions are made in the spring for the
Grants totaling over $1.4 million were made to
students for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Michelle Rasich, Director of Financial Aid (All Grade Levels)
Rowland Hall, 843 South Lincoln Street, Salt Lake City, Utah,
Telephone: (801) 924-5957.