Applying to Webb


Application Steps

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Step 1: Submit the Inquiry

    Complete the Inquiry prior to scheduling a campus visit and/or interview. The Inquiry asks for your basic information so that you can stay connected with us, and receive updates and reminders regarding your campus visit and events on campus.

  • Step 2: Schedule Your Admission Test

    Register to take the required standardized admission test. Students may choose one of the following:

    Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT)
    Independent Schools Entrance Exam (ISEE)

    Priority round applicants must take the required admission test between October and January. Select testing dates are available for the SSAT at Webb's campus between October and January. Registration for the test may be completed through the SSAT website. Test locations are available in various locations, found by using the "Find an SSAT Test Location" feature on the homepage of the SSAT website.  
  • Step 3: Schedule Your Campus Visit (Tour & Interview)

    Your campus visit is an important part of the application process. Applicants for the 2019-2020 school year and their parents are invited to Webb to tour campus during the Fall, so that you can get a feel for what we are all about.  During your campus visit, you may expect the following:
    1. Walking Tour of Campus
    2. Student Interview with Admission Staff
    3. Parent Meeting with Admission Staff
    A personal interview is strongly recommended of all applicants. Interviews must be scheduled and conducted by January 15  in order to receive a March 10 decision. Please note: You are encouraged to schedule your campus visit (tour and interview) early in the Fall, as times may fill up quickly. Schedule your visit by calling the Admission Office at (909) 482-5214. 

    International applicants should review our International Applicants page for additional steps.
  • Step 4: Submit Your Application

    The Webb Schools uses the Gateway to Prep Schools common application which consists of:
      • Candidate Profile (Biographical Information)
      • Webb Student Short Answers 
        • Students will complete short responses specific to The Webb Schools
      • Webb Parent Statement
        • Parents/Guardians will complete short responses specific to The Webb Schools
      • Current English and Math teacher recommendations 
      • Current Principal or Counselor recommendation
      • Transcript Release Authorization 
  • Step 5: (Optional) The Character Skills Snapshot

    An integral part of the education at Webb focuses on moral courage, leadership and character.  The Character Skills Snapshot gives us richer holistic information to make admission decisions beyond just grades and test scores.

    For students who take the SSAT, there is no charge to take The Snapshot. Once registered for the SSAT, access to The Snapshot can be accessed through your SSAT portal.

    Students planning to take the ISEE may register for the Snapshot on There is a $25 fee for ISEE test takers.

    The Snapshot is recommended, but not required.
  • Step 6: Accessing your Admission Decision

    Webb's admission decisions will be posted on March 10, 2020.  All applicants who submitted an application by the January 15 deadline will receive a decision by this date.  Admission decisions will not be released over the phone. 

Applicants who wish to apply as a day student must live in one of the following designated Day Cities.

List of 1 frequently asked questions.

  • Day School Cities

    Alta LomaMount Baldy
    ClaremontPhillips Ranch
    FontanaRancho Cucamonga
    GlendoraSan Dimas
    La VerneUpland
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The Webb Schools admits student of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation or any other characteristics protected by state or federal law to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools. Webb does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law in administration of its educational policies, tuition assistance, athletic, and other school-administered programs, or any other basis in law.
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