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Admission Overview

THE WINSTON SCHOOL of Short Hills encourages applicants and their families to begin the admissions process with two goals in mind. First, we begin the process together by exploring whether the WINSTON program fulfills and matches a child’s needs. Second, we initiate the WINSTON partnership between family and school. The partnership ensures success for youngsters who desire a meaningful and compelling school experience.

Application Process:

List of 5 items.

  • 1. Inquire

    Please take a moment to complete THIS FORM to receive more information about Winston and our admission process. We look forward to speaking with you soon!
  • 2. Application and Supporting Documents

    Please submit Winston’s application and supporting documents listed below to Greg Williams ’01, Director of Admission and Enrollment Management via email at gwilliams@winstonschool.org or mail them to The Winston School of Short Hills, 30 East Lane, Short Hills, NJ 07078.

    Winston’s nonrefundable $100 application fee must be mailed to us via check or money order.

    Supporting Documents:
    • Neuropsychological Evaluation and/or Psychological-Educational Evaluations.
    • Additional Evaluations (Speech & Language, Occupational Therapy, etc.)
    • Current IEP, ISP, 504 Plan, Educational plan.
    • Most recent report card from current school. 
  • 3. Written Application Review

    Once the written application and supporting documents have been received, an applicant’s file will be read by Winston’s admission committee. The admission office will then communicate potential next steps with the applicant’s family.
  • 4. On-Campus Tour & Interviews

    The final step of the application process is the on campus tour and interviews. Both the applicant and the applicant’s parent/guardian will have to interview. While more than one parent/guardian is invited, only one parent is required to participate.
  • 5. Notification of Admission Decision

    The applicant's family will be notified about the decision as soon as possible by the Director of Admission and Enrollment Management. Winston's Admission process is on a rolling basis, and we will enroll applicants as space permits.
The Winston School of Short Hills does not discriminate on the basis of handicap in violation of Section 504 with regard to admissions or access to the school, treatment, or employment in its programs or activities. The Winston School of Short Hills does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education programs or activities which it operates, as required by Title IX.