1. Get to Know Brandon Hall School
As you’ve seen, Brandon Hall isn’t any old school. We take a unique approach to learning, extra-curricular activities, and student life to help our students.
2. Let’s Talk
Our admissions team loves to talk with students and families interested in Brandon Hall School. We’re ready to answer your questions and help you discover whether Brandon Hall is a great fit for you.
Phone: 770-394-8177, option 1
Brandon Hall School is a special place—and we want to help you experience what sets us apart. From the moment you step on campus, you’ll begin to discover how Brandon Hall can help you succeed. So schedule a visit and see for yourself!
After a great conversation and a fascinating visit, many students are sold on Brandon Hall. Start the online application here and begin collecting supporting documents. Brandon Hall has a $100 application fee. The following are required to be considered for admission:
Additional items may be requested after review of the documents listed above and can include:
We offer rolling admissions, so there’s no need to be anxious about an approaching deadline. We receive applications continuously and are thus able to spend more time on each application individually. Still, keep in mind that we use a first-come, first-served method to grant housing and aid to students.
Brandon Hall’s code for the SSAT is 1790. Brandon Hall’s code for the TOEFL is 7474.
Brandon Hall School offers need-based financial aid each year. You can apply for aid online via School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS. Brandon Hall School students may also be eligible for GOAL scholarships (Georgia residents only), and education loans. Our admissions team is happy to help with any financial aid questions. Learn more about Financial Aid here.
Brandon Hall’s code for the SSS is 1791.
Once you finish your application and financial responsibilities, we’ll let you know if you’re accepted. Our goal is to give you an admissions decision within a week of completing all steps of the admission process. Once accepted, you’ll submit an Enrollment Agreement and pay your deposit. Then we’ll see you on the first day of school.
In order for an international student (defined as any student holding a foreign passport) to enroll at a school in the United States, he or she must obtain an F-1 (or student) visa. U.S. embassies and consulates work from the same set of rules, which are then adapted to their host countries. Therefore you should inquire in advance about individual policies.
Students should plan ahead for their study in the U.S. and should allow plenty of time for visa processing. Keep in mind, however, that you should not apply for a student visa more than 90 days before the registration date noted on the I-20 form. The timetable for visa processing can vary widely depending on the volume of applications processed by an individual consulate or embassy. Notifications of acceptance or denial can range from one to ten weeks. June, July, and August are the busiest months for visa processing.
Brandon Hall School is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students. Prior to applying for an F-1 visa, you must complete Form I-20, Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status. The Form I-20 is a paper record of your information in the database called SEVIS. We will mail you a Form I-20. You will need to use that Form I-20 to pay the I-901 fee and to apply for the student visa.
In addition to the online application and above supporting documents, the following are required for international students:
All international students (high school and middle school) whose first language is not English are required to take the TOEFL exam, the TOEFL Junior, or the IELTS. These test results must be sent directly from the testing center. TOEFL School Code is 7474.