Admissions Process During COVID-19

Finding the best educational setting for your child who learns differently can be stressful and frustrating during the best of times. During COVID-19, whether we are on campus or off, the DVFriends team of administrators and faculty are still here to help.
We have established a temporary, virtual admissions process.
Phone meetings -- Please complete our inquiry form to schedule a call with Mary Ellen or Kavitha.
Virtual Information Sessions -- We understand you may want to get to know more about us and our nationally respected and accredited curriculum. Please join us for an evening Information Session with administrators, faculty, and students. To receive materials in advance we ask that you register here and select Attend an Information Session and Tour.
Online Application -- Please view our online application 
Application Requirements -- We understand that current conditions may prevent you from providing us with all the required documents. We will work through this with you.
Admissions Zoom Meeting -- If we haven't had the opportunity to meet you previously, a Zoom meeting may be scheduled with an admissions representative.
Admissions Committee -- Our Admissions Committee continues to review applications as soon as most of our required documentation has been submited.
Virtual Visit -- Mission appropriate students will be invited to a virtual half-day visit to meet with administrators, faculty, and current DV students.
Parent Interview -- Parent interviews will follow student visits.
As always, if your family requires tuition assistance we ask that you complete the Financial Aid application simultaneously with your child’s admission application.
DVFriends conducts rolling admissions. However, availability for the 2020-21 school year is limited in most grades due to capacity.
We look forward to working with your family and learning more about your child.
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Mary Ellen Trent
Director of Admissions
610-640-4150 x2100

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