On-Campus Interviews and Tours
We are now interviewing on campus for Fall 2014 admission.
A personal interview is a required part of your application. If you are both touring and interviewing, please allow for a two-hour visit. If you are only touring or only interviewing, please allow for a one-hour visit.
How do I schedule my visit?
An appointment is necessary for an interview and/or student-guided tour; we cannot accommodate walk-ins. Experience has taught us that scheduling is easiest by phone. Please call 603-777-3437 to schedule your appointment.
I'm in the area, but don't have an appointment. What are my options?
If you arrive on campus without an appointment, please feel free to take a self-guided tour. You'll find maps just outside the Admissions Office.
Fall/Winter Schedule (September 16, 2013 - January 31, 2014)
We offer multiple options for tours and interviews in the morning and afternoon, Monday through Friday. We are open several Saturdays for a half day.
See below for exceptions to our touring and interviewing schedule:
|September 23||Office closed - Academy Life Day|
|November 9||Office closed - Exeter/Andover Interschols|
|November 21-23||Interviews only - Test Week|
|November 25 -26||Holiday Schedule|
|November 27 - 30||Office closed - Thanksgiving Holiday|
|December 2||Holiday Schedule|
|December 3||Interviews only|
|December 19 -20||Office closed at 12:00 PM|
|December 21 - January 1||Office closed - Winter Holiday|
|January 2-4||Holiday Schedule|
|January 17||Office closed - PEA Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.|
When should I interview?
All interviews must be scheduled by January 15, 2014 and conducted by January 31, 2014 in order to receive a March 10 decision. We encourage you to schedule your interview appointment well before the January 15 deadline. It is not necessary to submit an application before scheduling your interview.
What can I expect?
Tours take about 45 minutes. A current student will take you and your family around campus and answer your questions: What's it like being in a class with only 12 students? What do students do for fun? Is the food really good?
The interview will last about 45 minutes and is meant to be a conversation to get to know you. We'll speak with your parents afterward, so they have a chance to ask questions or voice any concerns they might have.
What are you going to ask me?
We want to meet the person behind the application. We'll ask about your favorite classes and why you like them, your hobbies and extracurricular activities and what you like about school.