The Admissions Process
1. Complete an application and submit it with the $100 application fee.
2. Parents will be contacted by phone to schedule a test date and time.
3. After the child has tested, parents will be asked to schedule an interview with the Headmaster and at least one other member of the Admissions Committee.
4. The first round of admissions letters are mailed around April 1st; letters to applicants who test after that date are mailed within a few weeks of completion of the testing and interview process.
The admissions letter states that parents have approximately two weeks in which to return the enrollment agreement and one-half of the total tuition amount. The final portion of tuition for all enrolled students is due by September 30.
Applications for admission
Timetable for Admissions
December 1: Applications for the following year may be submitted to the office
January - February: Students are tested and parents are interviewed; Families on last year's waiting list are called to determine their ongoing interest in remaining on the list
Mid-March: The Admissions Committee convenes to discuss all candidates in Group 1
Late-March: Admissions letters are sent to families being admitted; Other letters (denials, waiting list, etc.) are also mailed; Candidates still making application are placed in Group 2
April 30: Admissions Committee convenes to discuss all candidates on the waiting list and those in Group 2; Admissions letters are sent to families as outlined above
Summer: Ongoing testing, parent interviews per availability of spaces
Admissions decisions are made using the following priority system:
- Qualified siblings of current Regent families
- Qualified candidates that are returning to Regent after being gone for some time
- Other qualified candidates as determined in sequence by the Admissions Committee
Statement of nondiscrimination
Regent Preparatory School of Oklahoma admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, disability 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, or disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.