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Welcome to West Nottingham Academy’s Admission Office

Community and connection are at the heart of what WNA has meant for more than 279 years. We’re delighted to connect with you in a variety of ways, whether that’s through our inquiry form, a campus visit, events, an in-person or online interview, or a phone call to get started. Send us an email or give us a call so that we can help you learn more. We look forward to speaking with you! 

Start your journey now! Inquire today!  

The inquiry form below is the first step toward us getting to know you and your family and helps us to provide more details about the West Nottingham Academy experience, specific to your needs and interests. 

To keep exploring, please complete and submit the form, or contact our office by telephone or email.  We look forward to hearing from you and to helping you with choosing your next school.

West Nottingham Academy Admission Office 


How to Apply to West Nottingham Academy

We are so excited you’re interested in applying to West Nottingham Academy! The information on this page outlines the application process and timeline. Follow These Steps to Apply to West Nottingham Academy: Step 1: Complete Inquiry Step 2: Schedule your visit & interview Step 3: Complete your application using the Standard Application Online (SAO) A completed application consists of the following: Student Profile, Parent Statement, Transcripts, and Teacher Recommendations.

2023-24 Tuition and Fees


Type Cost 
Day Student Tuition $17,949 
Domestic Boarding Student Tuition  $64,075 
International Boarding Student Tuition $73,140 
Chesapeake Learning Center (full-time) + $9,750 
Chesapeake Learning Center (part-time) + $5,850 

The Admissions Team


Kacey Michelsen

Director of Admission


Akiko Brownstein

Assistant Director of Admissions/Director of International Student Programming

Opportunity awaits you at West Nottingham Academy!

Every day, in every activity, from the classroom to the playing fields, art studios, and club gatherings, students are exposed to a diverse community of learners from all walks of life.