Mulberry School has a rolling admissions process that begins in the spring prior to the academic year for which families are applying. Prospective families are encouraged to schedule a school tour or attend an open house event to learn more about the school’s mission, philosophy, and programs.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, with priority given to currently enrolled students and siblings of current students and students who are the children of faculty or staff, alumni siblings, and then to new students. Admissions decisions are made based on several factors, including the child’s age and developmental readiness, family commitment to cooperative education, and the school’s ability to meet the individual needs of the child.
Mulberry School strives to create a diverse and inclusive community, and actively seeks families from a range of backgrounds and experiences.
Overall, the admissions process at Mulberry School is designed to be transparent, equitable, and inclusive, with a focus on finding families who are committed to the school’s mission and values.