Coeducational College Preparatory Day School serving Grades 5-12

Admission to Seabury Hall

For School Year: 2024-2025 

Note: Applications for the 2024-2025 school year submitted after January 31, 2024 will be considered for rolling admissions on a space-available basis.

Admissions Deadline:
  • Standard Application (grades 5-12)All required items must be received by January 31, 2024, decisions released on March 12, 2024.

      Application and Application Fee
      The following items must be completed and/or received by the Admissions Office by January 31, 2024 in order to be considered for a Standard Application:
        1. Completed online application form
        2. A recent photograph of the applicant (uploaded with the online application form)
        3. Application fee of $100
        4. Interview
        5. Admissions test/test results
        6. Report cards/progress reports
        7. Standardized test reports
        8. Teacher reference forms (English & math)
      Please note that the $100 application fee is required to complete the online application form and is non-refundable.

      The Admissions Committee will only review completed files. Notification of the Admissions Committee's decision will be available online on March 12, 2024 for Standard Application.

      For grades 5 through 12:
      • Only those who have submitted an application will be tested. Students will be tested in writing, reading comprehension and math.
      • Maui applicants are required to take the Seabury Hall Admissions Test on campus. The Admissions Office will contact you to schedule a test date.
      • Off-island applicants are required to take the SSAT (Secondary School Admissions Test,, or ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam,
      • PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test), SAT, or ACT test results may be accepted for applicants of grades 9-12.

      All applicants are required to sit for an on-campus interview. The Admissions staff will contact you to schedule the interview (interviews most often take place after school). A virtual (online) interview may be considered for off-island applicants.

      Report Cards / Progress Reports / Standardized Test Reports
      • Complete the Consent for Release of Information form and submit it to the current school's registrar. The current school is requested to send Seabury Hall the last two years' final report cards/progress reports and the first quarter or trimester report card for the current year, along with any Standardized Test Score Reports. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to confirm that this step is completed by the current school and follow up if necessary.
      • Applicants entering 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th grade must submit copies of their report cards as they become available through the year.
      • Applicants entering 10th, 11th, 12th grade must submit a copy of their transcript from high school.

      Teacher Reference Forms
      • Submit the Teacher Reference Reports to the applicant's current math and English teachers. The Teacher Reference forms to complete will be emailed to families when an application form is submitted.
      • Teacher Reference Reports should be directly emailed to by the teachers before the application deadline (January 31, 2024 for Standard Application).
      • Additional recommendations from other teachers, coaches, or individuals who can give a fair assessment of the applicant's character are welcomed but not required. Duplication of the Reference Report form is permitted.

      Financial Aid
      If you are requesting financial aid please indicate your interest on the online application form. Financial Aid information will then be emailed to you. Please read carefully Seabury Hall's policy information and observe all deadlines.

      Contact Us

      Seabury Hall
      Office of Admissions
      480 Olinda Road
      Makawao, Hawaii 96768
      Phone: (808) 572-0807

      Jon Toda
      Director of Admissions

      Lisa Mullen
      Assistant Director of Admissions

      Admissions Policies
      Seabury Hall seeks well-rounded students of average, above average, and exceptional academic ability who can contribute to and benefit from a rigorous college preparatory program.  Students are selected for admission on the basis of scholastic achievement, leadership potential, character and integrity, and a passion to pursue talents and interests in and out of the school setting.  Special consideration is given to qualified candidates who are children of faculty, staff and alumni/ae, and those who have siblings attending Seabury Hall.

      Nondiscrimination Statement and Policy
      Seabury Hall does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, disability, or age in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, athletics, and other school-administered programs.

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