Apply to Upper School (9-12)

At Maret, our respectful, validating learning environment is the launch pad that allows students to stretch intellectually, and grow. As students practice relationship building and decision-making, they draw upon knowledge, analytical reasoning, and social-emotional awareness, preparing for success beyond our campus.

Create an Account

  • First things first, create an account by clicking on the orange button below to keep track of admission events and deadlines.
  • This is also the place where you will schedule a campus tour, interview, and check on the progress of your application.

Campus Tour

  • Tours begin September 18, 2017 and run through January 4, 2018.
  • Small groups (10-12 people total)
  • Offered daily in the morning
  • Approximate duration: 75-90 minutes
  • Parents/guardians and students welcome
  • Optional; not required to apply
  • Open House on Sunday, December 3, 2017 from 2:15 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.


  • Interviews begin September/October and are offered through January
  • All interviews must be scheduled by the application deadline January 4, 2018 by 5pm.
  • Required for all applicants
  • Do not have to apply or tour before interviewing
  • Roughly 45-60 minutes
  • Half time spent with student, the other half with parent/guardian
  • Multiple time slots throughout the day
  • Conducted by a member of the Upper School Admission Committee

Testing & Writing Sample

  • Required for all applicants:
  • One page (or more) writing sample from English or History class this year
  • Either the SSAT or ISEE accepted for 9th and 10th grade applicants
  • SSAT Code 4822
  • ISEE Code 090115
  • PSAT required for 11th grade applicants

Teacher Recommendations

  • Current Math and English teacher recommendations are required
  • Third teacher/coach recommendation is optional


  • Most recent transcript or report card is required.
  • A transcript or report card is also required from the previous year.

At a Glance

Our high school classes are rigorous and challenging; advanced and accelerated courses are the equivalent of college-level classes.

  • 300 students in grades 9-12
  • Freshmen are empowered as they learn to self-advocate
  • Sophomores manage their course selection with the help of curriculum advisors
  • Juniors and seniors choose from a vast array of electives that span every discipline
  • MSON online classes and independent study challenge highly-motivated students
  • 53 student-created/student-led clubs
  • 27 varsity and junior varsity after-school sports
  • Myriad performance opportunities
  • In-depth community service commitments
  • Expanded summer travel options enrich the academic experience
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