Those interested in pursuing a Westminster School education for their child should contact the director of admission by phone at (405) 524-0631, x 123, or by filling out the online inquiry form. There is no minimum age for a child’s name to be placed on the wait list. However, your inquiry date marks your child’s place on the wait list. When admitting students, priority is given to children of faculty and staff and the siblings of current students.
Once your child is on the wait list you will receive invitations to grade-appropriate open house events. In the year before your child enters Westminster, the director of admission will call to schedule a parent tour of the school. Completing this tour is a mandatory part of the admission process. Admission is guided by available space, the meeting of admission requirements and the date of first contact.
Need-Based Financial Aid is Available
Westminster School is committed to helping families afford independent school education. We offer need-based financial aid for students in all grades. Requests for financial aid have no effect on admission to Westminster School.
Westminster School admits students of any race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid program and athletic and other school-administered activities.
The child must have successfully completed kindergarten and should be six years old on or before September 2 of the year of entrance. A child visit is required. During the visit, the student will be given a readiness evaluation by a teacher. A Lower Division director may also contact the child’s teacher at his or her current school.
The child should have satisfactorily completed the prior grade in order to attend. A student visit is expected for part or all of a day in the classroom. Student records are required (last report card; latest standardized test results, if available; etc.). Math and reading evaluations, and a writing sample will be collected during the student’s visit. A division director will contact the child’s current teacher(s) at his or her school if additional information is needed.