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We ask at least one parent, preferably the parent who will be the primary teacher at home, to attend an interest meeting before applying. Interest meetings are held each month and typically last an hour.
Please allow at least 30 minutes to complete as applications cannot be saved and retrieved at a later time. You will be asked to upload a recent photo of your student as well as any supporting documents, including IEPs and psychological evaluations (if applicable). A $200 non-refundable application/testing fee is also required at the time of online submission.
A kindergarten readiness assessment will be given to rising kindergarteners while students in grades 1-12 will complete a Woodcock Johnson IV assessment. Student assessments are used to help support grade placement as requested by the parent and to establish a baseline level of skill to prepare students for success at HLA. Additional details and scheduling options will be provided once your application is processed.
Once the online application has been submitted, administration will be in contact to schedule a family meeting. This family meeting is an important component to the admissions process. We ask that both parents and the child(ren) for which you are applying attend this meeting. Other siblings are also welcome to attend. Please allow 30-45 minutes to meet with administration.
HLA’s admissions team will render a decision within two weeks of completing your family meeting and assessment. Families will be notified via email and if accepted, a $300 enrollment fee will be due within 10 days to secure a spot.
*Please note that enrollment is not on a first come basis and is at the sole discretion of HLA’s admissions team. HLA looks at a variety of factors when making admissions decisions to create the optimal learning environment. These factors are also considered when extending an acceptance to families placed on our waitlist.