Accepting Applications for the 2021-22 School Year

We're happy that you're interested in York School and invite you to explore our website, visit our campus, and begin your application to York. The Admission Office is here to assist you every step of the way. Call, email, or meet with us virtually or in person. We look forward to getting to know you and to sharing what makes York a great place to go to school.

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  • Admission Steps

    • Inquire and speak or meet with an Enrollment team member 
    • Attend an admission event.
    • Tour York (virtual tour or on-campus in-person)
    • Apply: York uses the SAO for admission and the SSS for tuition assistance.
    • Visit: attend classes of your choosing and meet with current students. Schedule your visit here
    • Meet on-campus or virtually with our Head of School and Assistant Head. (Parents of the student applicant.)
    • Take the York Admission Test. Applicants for the 2021-22 school year must take the York Admission Writing Test.
      For 2021-22 applicants, the SSAT is optional. Students are not required to take the SSAT but may submit the SSAT in place of taking the York Admission Writing Test. 
    • Interview and share your hopes and ambitions. Once your application is complete, schedule a friendly conversation with members of the admission committee who look forward to meeting you.
  • Student Visit Day

    We are excited to be offering virtual and in-person tours. Schedule your visit here or call the Enrollment Office at 831.372.7338 x115.

    MONTHS: September - October - November, January - February

    DAYS: Tuesday - Thursday

    Visiting York is the best way to experience our community!

    STUDENTS: On your visit day, you'll enjoy your preferred classes with a student host, experiencing a typical day at York. 

    PARENTS: While your student is visiting, we invite you to meet with York's Head of School and Assistant Head for Enrollment and Financial Aid.
  • Register for Assessment

    Register for Assessment
    Applicants for the 2021-2022 school year must take the York Admission Writing Assessment. For 2021-2022 applicants, the SSAT is optional. Students are not required to take the SSAT but may submit the SSAT in place of taking the York Admission Writing Assessment. 

    York Admission Writing Assessment requires one hour and will be administered virtually on the following dates: 

    Saturday, October 2, 10 am - 11 am. 
    Saturday, December 1, 10 am - 11 am.

    The York Admission Writing Assessment is the preferred admission assessment for applicants to York School for the 21-22 school year. 
    Please contact the admission office to register for the York Admission Writing Assessment.
  • Interview

    Share your hopes and ambitions. Once your application is complete, schedule a friendly conversation with members of the admission committee who look forward to meeting you.

Non-Discrimination Policy

York School values and admits students of any national or ethnic origin, race, religion, ancestry, family makeup, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, or socioeconomic status to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available to students at the School, and the School does not discriminate on the basis of these factors in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, tuition assistance program, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Contacts

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  • Photo of Sean Raymond

    Sean Raymond 

    Assistant Head of School for Enrollment Management and Tuition Assistance, English
  • Photo of Chris Wilcox

    Chris Wilcox 

    Senior Enrollment Assoicate
  • Photo of Marcia Pompan

    Marcia Pompan 

    Enrollment Associate

Admission Calendar

York School

9501 York Road
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: 831-372-7338
Fax: 831-372-8055
We inspire and prepare a diverse community of creative, independent thinkers.
Since 1959, York School has created an exceptional college-prep experience for our youth: inspiring them to develop intellectual curiosity; challenging them to create and try new things; and preparing them to be passionate contributors in college and in life.