800 North Road | Hopewell, NJ 08534 | 609-566-6000 | info@laurelschoolprinceton.org
800 North Road | Hopewell, NJ 08534 | 609-566-6000 | info@laurelschoolprinceton.org

Laurel Admissions

Our Application Process

1. Please submit an inquiry form.

2. Provide evaluations, IEP and other reports for us to review.

3. Schedule an interview.

4. Following the interview, your child may be invited for a visit for us to get to know your student and for your family to have a better understanding of the Laurel School. 

5.  Once you have completed the above steps, you will be invited to submit an online application by visiting TADS.  The $50.00 non-refundable application fee covers administrative and documentation reviews, interviews, and any necessary baseline placement testing.

6.  You will be notified regarding the status of your child’s acceptance. Your account will then be activated so that you may begin the Enrollment Process.
Please contact Amy Deutsch with questions: 609-566-6000, extension 0282 or at adeutsch@thenewgrange.org

Rolling Admissions / Mid-Year Transfers

Students come to The Laurel School of Princeton all throughout the year. We understand that not all families find The Laurel School or are ready to change schools by the first week in September. A number of rolling admission students join us each year, and we strive to provide a smooth transition and an opportunity to start fresh. The application process is the same, and we will work with families to allow them to move as quickly as possible.

Why offer rolling admission?
No parent wants to see their child become disconnected; we know it’s your top priority to help your child find success academically and personally. That’s why parents have found renewed success by switching schools during the school year.

We understand that some children need more than what conventional teaching systems and traditional public high schools can offer. By placing your child in a holistic educational atmosphere, individualized instruction and guidance will empower him/her to take control of their education and rediscover success.

Affording Laurel

Before and After-Care
Before-Care and After-School Programs are offered for an additional cost.

Related Services
Occupational and Speech Therapy are included in the cost of tuition. 

*Federal Income Tax regulations may permit tuition fees to be deducted as a medical expense (1.213-1 (e)(v)(a)).  Also, some 529 college savings plans can be used for K-12 education.  See links below and please consult your tax accountant for details.



A Remarkable Educational Experience

The Laurel School of Princeton is one of the leading schools for dyslexia and related learning differences in NJ. In order for Laurel School staff to best serve our student population and their families, we need to ensure that there is an appropriate match between a prospective student and our mission. The Laurel School is not able to offer placement to students with primary emotional and/or behavioral issues. Our special education school best serves students with a drive to succeed and a willingness to learn.

If you’ve been searching for the best in school for students with language-based learning differences, please visit us!  Browse our website for more details on our unique curriculum, and contact us for more information.

When To Apply?

We accept new students all year long via our rolling admissions program.

Inquire Now

We accept new students all year long via our rolling admissions program. Please complete and submit the form below and we will be in touch with you to tell you more about the opportunities for your child at The Laurel School!


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