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Your DSOs (Designated School Officials) are part of the Admission Team and look forward to helping you navigate this process. After submitting your enrollment contract, your DSOs will reach out to you via email explaining your next steps regarding your I-20. Questions along the way? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructions on completing the enrollment contract will be sent via email. Parents who have questions regarding completing the enrollment contract may email email@example.com for assistance.
9th graders can expect to take courses in Humanities, Math, Science, World Languages, Fine Arts and Health & Wellness. View a sample program of study in the Course Selection Guide (page 7) for an overview of what your academic program may look like, and what courses you can look forward to taking. A sample daily schedule is available here.
Following receipt of your enrollment contract, emails will be sent in late April with instructions on how to access and login to the Student Information System (SIS) and complete your afternoon activity selection online.
Following receipt of your enrollment contract, emails will be sent in late April with instructions on how to access and login to the Student Information System (SIS) and complete the online course request process.
Absolutely! Webbinars will be recorded and posted online following the presentation.
Not at all! You can see/hear the presentation using your computer’s audio/visual tools and communicate with the presenters through our Q&A and Chat boxes.
No. Your link is unique to you, and cannot be shared.
Upcoming webinars will be posted at the top of the current page and include registration links. Upcoming virtual events and registration details, including webinars, are also posted on our Virtual Events Calendar page.
All test results must come to Webb directly from the testing company. We will not accept score reports from the applicant’s family, agents or consultants.
While we conduct a holistic review of each applicant, international students admitted to Webb typically score 100 or higher on the TOEFL, 7 score band on the IELTS and 125 on the DET.
We require all applicants whose first language is not English and who have not been taught primarily in English for the last two years of school in a fully English-based curriculum to adequately demonstrate English proficiency. Students may demonstrate proficiency by submitting a test from one of the test companies listed above.
Admission decisions will be available online on March 10 through the applicant’s online account. Candidates must access their account using their username and password.
Webb welcomes home-schooled students to apply by submitting the necessary application materials and test results, including full description of the curriculum, methods of assessment and any organization that might have oversight authority for the candidate’s program. Recommendations are encouraged from facilitators outside the family, if available. Further questions can be directed to the Office of Admission.
In rare cases, we will consider an applicant who wishes to repeat their current grade. Families can make the decision to repeat a year only in consultation with the Director of Admission.
A brief visit to a class is part of our regular campus tour, but students generally do not shadow a full class. To learn more about our curriculum, we encourage applicants to visit the campus for our Discover Webb or Parent Information Night events.
*Currently we are unable to accommodate visitors on campus. Please view our Visit page for Virtual Opportunities.
The admit rate for the 2019-2020 school year was 18%.
Interviews are strongly recommended but not required. Interviews for the 2021 admission cycle will be conducted online.
Webb’s SSAT code is 8080. Our ISEE code is 50600. Please mark this on your test to ensure that we receive scores directly from the testing organization.
All students applying for grades 9 or 10 must take either the SSAT or the ISEE. Grade 11 applicants may submit PSAT, SSAT or ISEE scores.
It is required that non-native English speakers take a language proficiency exam. Webb accepts the TOEFL, IELTS and Duolingo. Please see the Application Process for more information.
In rare cases, Webb will admit a student mid-year. Examples of this may be a work-related transfer for the candidate’s parent.
All parts of the online application must be completed before it can be submitted. Our deadline for application submission is January 15.
Our primary admission year is grade 9, but we will also consider applicants for grades 10 and 11. We typically do not accept applications to enter grade 12.
Webb is a boarding community that admits a limited number of day students in the 9th, 10th and 11th grades. Families wishing to apply for a day space must live in one of the prescribed day-area cities at the time they submit the admission application. A prospective day student must reside within one of the following cities: Alta Loma, Azusa, Claremont, Covina, Fontana, Glendora, La Verne, Montclair, Mount Baldy, Ontario, Phillips Ranch, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, San Dimas or Upland.
Webb is a college-preparatory boarding school with a challenging curriculum, so we seek students with demonstrated academic achievement. Additionally, as an honor-bound community, we welcome students with strong character and a desire to be actively involved with peers, faculty and staff.
Our application deadline is Jan. 15.
Students check-in for breakfast by 8:15 a.m. Classes begin at 8:30. Students have a mid-morning break to go to meetings, assemblies or chapel and a 40-minute lunch period mid-day. Classes end at 3 p.m. on most days. After class, students participate in our afternoon program from 3:35 to 5:15 p.m. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and study hours are from 7:45 to 10 p.m.