The Master's School welcomes international students to grades 7-12 (ages 12 to 18) who desire to have a college-preparatory, Biblically-based education.
We offer rolling admission, so there is no need to wait to apply.
International Student Cost
International Student Fees and Services
I-20 Processing/SEVIS Record Keeping
Community Building Activities
SAT Prep Class (grade 11)
International Student Liaison
PSAT/SAT Testing (2x per year)
AP Testing Fees (Maximum $500 per year)
Early College Experience Classes (2 per year)
TOEFL Exam (1x per year)
ESL Tutoring (10 hours per year)
All student applicants from non-English speaking countries are required to organize homestays with CSIET Compliant Organizations. Below are listed some recommended homestay providers who can assist students and their families.
Within one to three days following the interview, the school will inform students if they have been accepted, if additional information is needed, or if they have been declined acceptance to the school
Student without an agent
If a student is not being represented by an agent they will be provided with further documentation about our host family option for housing and the requirements for medical insurance. Additional charges for housing and insurance will apply to students coming without an agent but will depend on the particular situation of each student and their needs.
Before school starts, after the student’s F-1 Visa has been confirmed, the school will send out a packet of documents that must be signed and returned before the beginning of school. This packet includes:
The Master’s School is an independent, college-preparatory, non-denominational Christian day school enrolling children in preschool through post-graduate in West Simsbury, CT.
The Master's School is fully accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
The Master's School opens its doors to all qualified students regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national affiliation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid, and other school-administered programs.