Admissions Process:

  1. Contact made by prospect/Application filled out online

Head of School:

  • Captures email, phone, etc.

  • Schedule informational meeting if requested 

  • Send application link (if not already filled out)

  1. Application received

  • Head of School gets permission to contact the previous school for additional information. Reviews all information.

  • Admission team meets, without identifying the applicant, to:

    • review application/additional info including:

      • Special academic needs or pertinent background info

        • IEP/Service plan

        • Diagnosed academic condition: ADD, hearing, vision, etc.

        • Behavioral concerns

  • Report findings to leadership

    • Findings are accepted, denied, or conditional acceptance. 

  • Leadership supports decision or discusses further with admissions if there is disagreement

  1. If denied:

  • Notification is sent to family from Admissions 

  1. If accepted:

  • Leadership discusses student to determine need for action plan (if necessary) 

  • Head of School draws up and sends acceptance package

    • Formal acceptance letter

    • Registration Link

    • FACTS info

    • Welcome letter

    • New Parent FAQ

    • Medical Authorization Form

    • Parental Authorization Form

    • Physician’s Health Form

    • Transfer of records/recommendation forms

    • Academic calendar

  • Once FACTS is completed OR if family chooses not to fill out FACTS:

    • Enrollment Contract 

    • Enter into Alma and activate parent account

The admission team denial of acceptance decisions are final and non-appealable. 

Admission team acceptance decisions can be revoked based on student conduct. Please refer to the Mount Royal Academy North Handbook for more information.


We welcome students of any race, creed, color, and national or ethnic origin. Each student is entitled to the same rights, privileges, programs, and activities available to all students of the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of any of our policies.

Questions regarding admissions can be sent to: