Frequently Asked Questions About Newark Academy Admission

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  • Can I visit Newark Academy before I apply?

    We invite all prospective students and parents to visit Newark Academy through a variety of means. Please click here for a full schedule of Open House and other admission events or to learn more about how you can visit our campus.

    Once you have completed NA’s Online Admission Form, you will be invited to schedule an interview with a member of our Admission staff. Parents of prospective students that wish to meet privately with a member of the Admission staff may request that at the time of their student’s interview.
  • How many applications does Newark Academy receive each year?

    Each year Newark Academy receives nearly 600 applications for approximately 100 new students.
  • How many students attend Newark Academy?

    Newark Academy enrolls approximately 624 (NOTE: Number will change each  year) students per year. The average class size is 13—small enough for students and teachers to really hear, value, and know each other—and there are no classes larger than 18 students. NA’s current enrollment breakdown is:

    • Grade 6 – 58 students
    • Grade 7 – 62 students
    • Grade 8 – 70 students
    • Grade 9 – 113 students
    • Grade 10 –116 students
    • Grade 11 –102 students
    • Grade 12 –103 students
  • What is the tuition at Newark Academy? What additional expenses should I expect?

    The 2020-21 tuition is $43,435 and we have $1,820 in required fees, which covers lunch and technology. Information on managing costs beyond tuition and fees may be found here
  • What type of school is Newark Academy?

    Newark Academy is a coeducational day school serving students in grade 6-12.
  • When should I apply to Newark Academy?

    Newark Academy accepts applications for admission, annually, from September through mid-December. Click here for specifics on the admission timeline.

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