APPLY ONLINE

Our application process has been designed to be as easy as possible while still giving us the information we need in order to determine if WCS will be a good fit for the student. Families may APPLY ONLINE at this link, or they may download and submit paper application documents, which are linked below with additional information.

Applying for Early Childhood (Age 2-Kindergarten)

  • Complete the Application and return it to the Admission Office along with an application fee of $25 for preschool and $35 for kindergarten.
  • A Release of Information Form may be required for applicants who have previously attended a school, preschool or day care.
  • Candidates will participate in an informal interview and evaluation with results and recommendations shared in a meeting with parent(s).

Contact Becky O’Hearn, Head of the Early Childhood Division, at (316) 771-2204 or email her at rohearn@wcsks.com to schedule an interview.

Applying for Lower School (Grades 1-4)

Once we receive the testing results from any recent standardized testing, we will be able to determine if any additional assessment is needed. 

Please contact Director of Admission Susie Steed (771-2203, ssteed@wcsks.com) with any questions.

Applying for Middle School (Grades 5-8)

Once we receive the testing results from any recent standardized testing, we will be able to determine if any additional assessment is needed.

Students are asked to complete a short essay as part of the Middle School application process.

Please contact Admission Director Susie Steed (771-2203, ssteed@wcsks.com) with any questions.

Applying for Upper School (Grades 9-12)

  • Complete the Application (parent) and the Applicant Questionnaire (student) and return them to the Admission Office along with an application fee of $35.
  • Have one of your child’s current academic teachers complete a Teacher’s Evaluation Form. Only one teacher evaluation form is needed, and it should be from an academic teacher, preferably in math
  • Submit a current transcript and the results of any recent standardized testing using the Request for Copies of Records Form

Once we receive the testing results from any recent standardized testing, we will be able to determine if any additional assessment is needed.

Please contact Susie Steed, Director of Admission, with any questions at 771-2203 or ssteed@wcsks.com.

Wichita Collegiate seeks to enroll academically qualified students of good character who are motivated to learn. Because of our challenging curriculum, we conduct admission evaluations to ensure that admitted students will be able to succeed at Collegiate and maximize the opportunities for learning.

Prospective students should demonstrate average or above aptitude, and perform on standardized achievement tests at a minimum at the grade level for which they are applying. WCS accepts applications year round. Enrollment is subject to the availability of space in the desired grade level. Because several grade levels typically fill very quickly, we encourage families to apply as early as possible.

Admission to Wichita Collegiate is need blind, meaning that admission decisions are made solely on the basis of academic ability and behavior, without regard to a family's need for tuition assistance. WCS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, tuition assistance program, and athletic or other school-administered programs.