To apply, please follow the instructions found on this page: Avalon Application. You will be asked to create an account through our Parent Portal before you can submit an application.
If you need assistance creating an account, please email or call the main office (651-649-5495). The easiest way to connect is through email, or by texting 651-217-8348.
Please make sure to select the correct school year when you apply!
We currently (December 6) have waitlists in all grades. To get on the waitlist, please fill out a short application.
Access the Parent Portal to check your waitlist status by clicking on "View Checklist": Parent Portal.
If there are more on-time applications than spots available, Avalon will utilize a lottery system to determine enrollment status for all students. All applications in by 4pm on March 1 will be entered into the lottery. Families will be notified of enrollment status within 10 days of the March 1 deadline. Applications received after 4pm on March 1 will be accepted or placed on the wait list on a first-come/first-served basis depending on availability.
To read Avalon School's full enrollment policy, see here: Avalon School Policies.
Our son has never felt this supported in a school setting before. He feels really seen, heard, and valued at Avalon. He has a wide variety of friends and opportunities through Avalon and is absolutely thriving! We can't thank the Avalon community enough for creating this kind of trusting and growth-minded community.
Family Survey, 2023
The advisor model is very effective. My child has forged positive, supportive relationships with their advisors which helps them be successful in all their classes. There is also a great parent community at Avalon.
Family Survey, 2023
The small size allows for a lot of personal connection with and support from staff and for our son to have developed a solid group of friends, which he didn't have in his old school. I like the way academics are explored and how students are encouraged to think for themselves and take responsibility for their own learning to a good extent. The school feels like a real community, involving families in the school culture.