Atholton Adventist Academy

New Student Enrollment

How to Apply

There are five easy steps to apply for admissions to
Atholton Adventist Academy.

1. Contact the School by webform, email, or phone
2. Have a personal tour of the school (virtually or on site)
3. Complete the application and pay the application fee
4. Enter into the assessment process
5. Attend the family meeting with the Principal

For more information contact , call 410.740.2425 , or if you want to apply on line, follow the instructions below.

Learn about our Indexed Tuition Program

We have significant funds available in our Indexed Tuition program which increases accessibility for families whose income does not support the full amount of tuition at Atholton. We encourage you to contact the school to understand how your family’s income would be indexed at Atholton.

Instructions on how to apply online via the webform

Applying is easy using our Online Application. Families apply online as it simplifies submission and provides parents a tool for tracking their application status.

1. To begin the Online Application process, create an account. 

2. Then, log into your new account and create a new “Student Application” for your child. 

3. After submitting your application, you will be able to track your admissions status by logging in to your account. At this stage, you will be able to log in and and log out freely and check your application status.

Non-Discrimination Policy – Admission to Atholton Adventist Academy is open to all students – students of any race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin – who have a keen desire to grow spiritually, academically, physically, and socially. Students gaining admission will commit to cheerfully following all requirements as outlined in the school Handbook. Parents will also pledge themselves to be in harmony with the principles and objectives of the school and will commit to supporting the school’s philosophy and its program. Admission to Atholton Adventist Academy is a privilege and not a right, and that privilege may be withheld or withdrawn by the school at its discretion and in harmony with its philosophy.