The English Plus program (English+) is available for new students entering Grade 8 for an additional fee.
English+ is a program for students whose first language is not English but have had some schooling in English. The program is designed to help students achieve the level of academic English fluency needed for high school and to prepare them for success in their post-secondary studies.
To be considered for the English+ program, families must select “YES” in the English Plus Program portion of the admissions application and complete the English+ Assessment.
Candidates who would like to be considered for the English+ program must attend the English+ Assessment, created by CM Global English, and administered by Crofton House School.
Login* to your Applicant Portal using your existing login credentials.
Access your daughter’s previous checklist, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click the green “Apply Another Child” button.
Select your daughter’s name who would like to re-apply.
Enter the year and grade she will be applying for.
Begin the appropriate application.
* If you have applied to Crofton House in the past, you will already have a profile in our system. If you require any assistance with logging in to the admissions portal, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are applying for an intake year (Senior Kindergarten, Grade 6, or Grade 8), the application fee is $350. If you are applying for a Non-Intake Junior Year (Grades 1 - 5, 7) the fee is $200 and for a Non-Intake Senior Year (Grades 9-12) the fee is $50.
Two business days after you have submitted your online application, you will be able to log back into the CHS Admissions portal to view your "checklist". The applicant checklist is where you will upload all required application documents, such as report cards, birth certificates, and residency documents. On your checklist you will also provide contact information for your chosen candidate reference, and schedule your interview (when applicable).
In order to be considered for 2023 admission, all supporting documentation must be received by the following dates:
Junior and Senior Kindergarten: Late January
Grade 6: Mid January
Grade 8: Early December
Junior Non-Intake (Grades 1-5 & 7): Early February
Senior Non-Intake (Grades 9-12): Early April
The only exception to this is the current year report card, which is to be uploaded once received
* Includes SSAT and Character Skills Snapshot results.
Please note: Do not send additional items such as certificates, photos or additional reference letters–they will not be kept. Only the requested documents will be reviewed. If you would like to tell us about specific accomplishments, we encourage you to share these within the application responses, and/or during your interview.
In-house assessments and observations (for Junior and Senior Kindergarten applicants) help us get to know your daughter within a CHS context, and it helps her get to know us too. In order to be considered for admission, your daughter's participation at the assessment or observation is mandatory. Assessments and observations may take place virtually. More details will be provided closer to the dates.
Junior Kindergarten - Grade 7 In House Observation or Assessment
All Junior Kindergarten to Grade 7 applicants are expected to participate in an in-house observation or assessment.
Junior and Senior Kindergarten: Mid January
Grade 6: Mid January
Grades 1-5 and Grade 7: Early March*
*Only shortlisted applicants attend the In-House Assessment for Grades 1-5 and Grade 7
Grade 8 - 12 In House Assessment and SSAT
Applicants to Grade 8 must participate in an in-house assessment in late November. Applicants for Grade 8 - 12 must also write the Character Skills Snapshot and the SSAT - a standardized test used by admission offices to assess the abilities of students seeking to enrol in an independent school.
Candidates for Grade 8 must write and submit their SSAT scores by December 1, 2022
Students apply to Grade 9 - 12 at CHS must write the SSAT by the end of April 1, 2023
Parents of all applicants for Junior and Senior Kindergarten will take part in an interview (approximately 30 minutes) with our Admissions team. Interviews will take place virtually from October to December.
Grade 6 and Grade 8
Applicants who meet the preliminary admissions requirements, based on the application, report cards, and in-house assessments (Grade 8), will be shortlisted.
Grade 6: Students and parents together, approximately 45 minutes. In late January, shortlisted applicants will be invited to schedule an interview
Grade 8: Students first, followed by parents, approximately 45-60 minutes. In early December, shortlisted applicants will be invited to schedule an interview
All other grades
Applicants who meet the preliminary admissions requirements, based on the application, report cards, in-house assessments and SSAT results (Grade 9-11) will be shortlisted.
Shortlisted candidates in all non-intake grades will be invited to schedule a family interview, regardless if a space has become available.