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The Carmody School Admission Process

The admission process for new students to The Carmody School is selective and based on the results of professional diagnostic testing, a two-day visit in the classroom, and information about the student's current and past academic experiences. For more information, please fill out our inquiry form.

What is the profile of a Carmody School student?

Student has been diagnosed with one or more of the following learning differences:
• Auditory Processing Disorder
• Dyscalculia
• Dysgraphia
• Dyslexia
• Language Processing Disorder
• Executive Dysfunction

Student has a strong cognitive profile but often has difficulty with the acquisition of reading, writing and math skills. Student has the ability to function successfully at The Rumson Country Day School and engage in the curriculum. Families of potential Carmody School students should submit a full neuropsychological evaluation to the Admission Office after attending an information session or private tour.
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