We hope you enjoy your first look at our school through our website. Our legacy of student achievement and community involvement celebrates its 45th year this autumn. We encourage your family to visit our campus and explore the variety of programs and educational options that make Southampton Academy an exceptional value for the college preparatory academics and leadership programs offered.
Yes, we believe in the Raider Nation at SA, but that belief is inspired by the privilege of educating some of the finest student leaders. It would be an honor to have your family visit our campus and share with you, in person, the virtues of the Southampton Academy experience.
W. Scott Wasdin & family
Admissions Policies and Procedures
Parents interested in learning more about Academy programs and opportunities are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office to schedule a campus visit or request more information. Prospective Middle and Upper School students in particular benefit from visiting classes with a current student in the same grade level, as coordinated by the Admissions staff.
Application Process - To apply for a student’s enrollment at the Academy, the parent must complete an application form. The student must then perform satisfactorily on a nationally standardized admissions test, and the Academy must receive evidence of the student’s good behavior at previous schools, as applicable. The following documents are requested:
- Birth Certificate
- Current Health (immunization) forms
- Recommendation(s) from current teachers
- School records, academic reports, transcripts
Pre-kindergarten children do not take written application tests. September 30 is the birth date used to place children into appropriate Pre-K classes (for three or four year olds). Parents must verify children’s ability to attend to restroom needs.
Southampton Academy admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis or race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its education policies, scholarship, financial aid programs, athletic or other school administered programs.