Applying to Madeira
Are you motivated, excited about learning, and ready to share your talents with our community? If so, read on!
2. Create your Ravenna account and begin your application
Ravenna is our web-based application system. Once you set up your account, you will be able to review each application step and submit application materials, register for events, track the status of your application, and view your admission decision.
Create your account using a parent email address that you will have access to throughout the admission season, as this will be your primary email contact with our School.
CREATE AN ACCOUNT:
Go to Ravenna and select "Create an Account," or if you already set up an account during the inquiry process, login using your unique credentials and skip to step 5.
Enter a parent/guardian name, parent/guardian email address, and password.
Ravenna will send a verification email to your account.
Click the link in your email to complete your Ravenna profile.
Click the green "Apply" button and follow the prompts to begin the application process to Madeira. Once you have created your account and started your application, you will see a detailed list of application steps and requirements and can begin submitting application materials.
3. Join us for an event
We are excited to share what makes Madeira so unique and distinct through a variety of virtual events this Fall. Engage with our faculty and students, learn more about our programs and community, and ask questions! Visit our Online Events page or your Ravenna account to see what events might be of special interest as you consider Madeira.
1. Submit an inquiry through Ravenna
Your first step is to submit an inquiry through our admissions portal, Ravenna. This allows us to share important information and updates about the application process and events and keep in touch with you during the admissions season.
In order to apply to Madeira, you will need to set up an account in Ravenna; you can do this when you complete the inquiry or do so at another time.
4. Schedule your campus tour and interview
We plan to welcome families who are applying for the 2021-22 school year to campus for a tour if current health guidelines allow and in accordance with school safety protocols. Please register for a campus tour through your Ravenna account or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and current information.
We understand many families may not be able to travel to campus this year, and we are eager to connect with you virtually. Please contact us if you would like to schedule a virtual appointment with a member of the Admissions team.
An interview is required for every applicant to Madeira – this is our chance to get to know you! This year, interviews will be conducted virtually by Zoom. You will be able to schedule your interview through Ravenna.
5. Complete your Application in Ravenna
Madeira also accepts the Standard Application Online (SAO) and Gateway Application. If you apply through SAO or Gateway, you do not need to complete the Ravenna forms; however, you will still need to create a Ravenna account. Once all application materials are submitted to SAO/Gateway, we will update your Ravenna account accordingly.
To be completed by the Applicant and her family (the following application materials must be received by January 15):
Application Fee ($75 for domestic applicants/$125 for International Applicants)
English Teacher Recommendation
Math Teacher Recommendation
Guidance Counselor/Principal Recommendation
Transcripts/School Reports from current year and previous two years
Additional Special Interest or Personal Recommendations (optional)
English Teacher Recommendation
Math Teacher Recommendation
Guidance Counselor/Principal Recommendation & Transcript Release
6. Register for Testing
ISEE, www.erblearn.org, Madeira school code 472 644
TOEFL, https://www.ets.org/toefl/, Madeira school code 8029.
For the PSAT or SAT, we accept a copy of the parent or guidance counselor score report.
7. Submit your Financial Aid Application (optional)
At Madeira, our students live and learn in a community that is representative of a variety of voices and experiences. We believe this is critical to our mission to innovate, launch world-changers, and foster values like compassion, curiosity, and awareness of self and others. This would not be possible without our robust financial aid program that allows us to partner with families with a wide-range of incomes. We strongly encourage any family of a strong, smart, passionate and caring potential Madeira girl to apply for financial aid if they have need of this resource.
Visit our Affording Madeira page for tuition information and more details about applying for financial aid.
We use the School and Student Services (SSS) to process financial aid applications. Our SSS school code is 4768. The application deadline for Financial Aid applications is January 15.
Our Application Deadline for Fall 2021 was January 15th. Please contact our office for more information as we are currently full in certain grades.
Madeira admits qualified girls of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin and ancestry, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or any other status protected by applicable laws, and extends to them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. Madeira does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin and ancestry, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or any other status protected by applicable laws in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies and programs, financial aid, and scholarship programs, athletic programs, or other School-administered programs.
Madeira’s mission is to educate students in an innovative environment specifically designed for girls. Once admitted to Madeira, all students in good academic standing who abide by Madeira’s code of conduct and who meet requirements for graduation will be eligible to receive a Madeira diploma, regardless of any change in gender identity or other legally protected status.