Edgewood Campus School

829 Edgewood College Dr,
Madison, WI, 53711-0537
Tel: (608)663-4100
Edgewood Campus School is a private Catholic School founded in 1881 by the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters.

Classes are offered in pre-kindergarten through grade 8.

The Campus School is independent and self-supporting.
Its operation is contingent upon tuition, fund-raising and contributions.
Edgewood Campus School offers children a quality Catholic education with emphasis on the Sinsinawa Dominican values of truth, compassion, justice, community and partnership enabling graduates to continue service-oriented, lifelong learning.

An Edgewood Campus School student is a person who lives the Sinsinawa Dominican values of truth, compassion, justice, community and partnership; prayerfully seeks a relationship with God; demonstrates responsibility for the environment, others and self; recognizes and respects diversity; uses talents, time and resources to serve God and community; demonstrates problem solving abilities, flexibility and critical thinking skills with a strong work ethic; lives a health lifestyle and respects life and dignity for all people; and communicates through active listening and respectful speaking.

School Overview

School Membership(s)School Assoc. National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)
Religious Affiliation Roman Catholic
Grades Offered Grades Kindergarten - 9
Year Founded 1881

Student Body

Total Students 312 students
Student Body Type Co-ed
% Students of Color 26%
State avg.: 23%
Students by Grade Edgewood Campus School Students by Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers 22 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio 15:1
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree 60%
Average Class Size 25 students
Classroom Dress Code Casual
(all colors are approved no graphics no logos )

Finances and Admission

Admission Deadline None / Rolling
Tuition Notes all day 4K and 5K $7350 grades 1 - 5 $6720 grades 6 - 8 $7200
% on Financial Aid 10%
Admissions Director Sally Drea

Sports

Total Sports Offered 5 sports
Sports Basketball, Football, Softball, Track and Field, VolleyballBasketballFootball,
SoftballTrack and Field,
Volleyball

Extracurriculars

Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric. 9 extracurriculars
ExtracurricularsExtra-curric. Band, Campus & Community Service, Choir, Leadership Council, League Sports, Safety Patrol, Science Olympiad, Theater, Yearbook Band, Choir, League Sports, Safety Patrol, Theater, Yearbook, Campus & Community Service,
Leadership Council,
Science Olympiad,

School Notes:

  • ADMISSION POLICY
    Edgewood Campus School respects the dignity of God's children. All children have a right to a quality education. In addition to the pursuit of academic excellence, an Edgewood education will begin to prepare children to live and work with others and to view all people with respect.   Students are accepted without regard to race, color, or national or ethnic origins. Children of all faiths are welcomed and expected to share in the religion education.

    The following priorities will be considered in accepting students when there are more applications than places available:
    1) Children already enrolled at Edgewood Campus School.
    2) Children of families with students already enrolled.
    3) Children of families with students in other Edgewood schools.
    4) Children of families that have immediate members who have graduated from Edgewood schools.
    5) Transfers from other Catholic schools that are merging or have closed.
    6) All others will be considered according to the date of application. The school may apply discretionary exceptions to these priorities in favor of fostering values of social justice and personal spiritual development.

    Wisconsin state guidelines for age will be followed in the admissions process.  An age-appropriate developmental and/or educational assessment by the principal and/or faculty may be given to students entering the school. This assessment assists in the placement of a child.

    Admission requirements include but are not limited to: review of previous school records, standardized tests, an interview with the principal and classroom visitation.

    As a private school, the teaching-learning environment may not be designed to accommodate the needs of all children. The admission process facilitates determining if Edgewood Campus School can provide a suitable educational program for the child seeking admission.

    Class size is determined by the principal, however suggested guidelines exist for class size. When a class is at capacity, all applications continue to be welcomed and considered for future admission.

    No standardized test is administered for admission.

    ADMISSION PROCESS
    1. Application with required birth records and academic records is submitted (report cards from past 3 years, standardized test results, state reading test results and IEP reports if applicable).
    2. Payment of $50 application fee.
    3. Meeting with admissions director and tour of the campus.
    4. Parent Information Meeting (evening meeting where principal, faculty and admissions director make presentation about expectations, curriculum, individualization, special subjects, EHS classes, etc.) These meetings are held for K-4, K-5 and sixth grade families since these are the grades where we take the majority of new students. 5. Admission status letters sent (student accepted or not accepted).
    6. Parent completes Registration Contract and submits the required registration fee and tuition deposit.
    7. Student attends New Student Visitation Day and spends time with classmates that he/she will join in the fall.
    8. During the summer, class lists are distributed so that friendships can be formed before school begins.

    INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSION POLICY
    Edgewood Campus School respects the dignity of God's children. All children have a right to a quality education. In addition to the pursuit of academic excellence, an Edgewood education will begin to prepare children to live and work with others and to view all people with respect.   Students are accepted without regard to race, color, or national or ethnic origins. Children of all faiths are welcomed and expected to share in the religion education.

    Wisconsin state guidelines for age will be followed in the admissions process. As a private school, the teaching-learning environment may not be designed to accommodate the needs of all children. The admission process facilitates determining if Edgewood Campus School can provide a suitable educational program for the child seeking admission.

    International students will start school at the beginning of the academic school year in late August.

    INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSION PROCESS
    1) Complete the International Application Form
    2) Enclose with the International Application Form
         Non-refundable $300 application fee
         A copy of the prospective student's passport
         Copies of all report cards translated to English
         A letter of recommendation from the math teacher
         A letter of recommendation from the English teacher
         A letter of recommendation from the head of the current school
         A letter from the parents of the student stating their reasons for wanting their child educated at Edgewood Campus School. Please include some information about the      family and the parent's perception of their child's strengths
         A bank statement, investment report or other document that proves ability to fund the child's education at Edgewood Campus School.
    DUE DATE: MARCH 15

    Edgewood Campus School will send the family notification of the admission status (student accepted or not accepted) by letter or email. If the student is accepted to Edgewood Campus School an I-20 with the student's SEVIS number will be sent

    Student applies for F-1 visa through the United States embassy in their home country.

    Family informs Edgewood Campus School of the results of the F-1 visa request by email.

    Family sends Edgewood Campus School a copy of the F-1 visa and full payment of registration fee and 50% of annual tuition. All fees paid are non-refundable.
    DUE DATE: JUNE 15
  • Profile last updated: 10/15/2012

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The nearest high school is Edgewood High School (0 miles away)
The nearest elementary school is Blessed Sacrament School (0.4 miles away)
The nearest preschool is Blessed Sacrament School (0.4 miles away)
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