The Admission Process
Begin by registering and creating your child’s profile on Ravenna. Next, select Carroll School to begin the application process. Proceed by uploading all required admission materials, as Ravenna guides you through your application process.
Required documents include:
I. A full report of your child’s most recent neuropsychological evaluation. This report must include results from the WISC-IV or V cognitive assessment as well as achievement scores (WIAT, WJ-III, CTOPP, GORT, TOWRE, etc.), and the report must be dated within the last 18 months.
II. If applicable: a recent Speech and Language evaluation that includes the administration of the CELF-IV or CASL. Preferably, this evaluation should have taken place within the last 18 months.
III. If applicable: your son or daughter’s most recent Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
Within your child’s Ravenna account, please submit the above reports and forms. These forms include a Parent’s Statement, Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire, and Report Cards/Progress Reports. Other reports may be required if applicable, for example, a Treatment Summary or active IEP. We do not require any standardized state testing (MCAS, NECAP).
Once your Ravenna application account is complete, our Admissions Committee will review the materials to determine whether your child may fit the range of students that we serve best. If so, we will contact the family to set up a campus visit in order to further evaluate a student’s appropriateness for our program. A decision regarding acceptance will be forthcoming following the student’s visit.