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Getting Started

Welcome to Campus School of Smith College. We are happy that you are interested in our school, as we believe Campus School is unique in its mission and philosophy, and a wonderful place for children. 

We design the admission process to be as efficient and user- friendly as possible and pride ourselves on the personal attention we give all interested families as they explore our school.

This process begins with an important question: is Campus School the right school for your child? Ascertaining the match between child and school is the most important outcome of the admission process. We are not the right school for every child but for families who align with our mission and educational approach, we have a 92 year history of success and many happy and successful graduates to point to.

The first step in the process is to review this web site, where you will find important information about our school, programs, and community. We then encourage you to fill out the inquiry form, which will formally initiate the admission process.

Please review our application requirements and the application process

Another good place to start is with our admission open houses, which provide opportunities to learn more about our school and see us in action.

We look forward to getting to know you and your child!

Sincerely,

Maureen Litwin

Director of Admission and Financial Aid

(mlitwin@smith.edu  or 413-585-3270)

Parent Visit Days

See our school in action! We are hosting Parent Visit Days on Thursday, January 24, 2019 and Tuesday, February 5, 2019 from 9:00-10:30 a.m. Tour the school, observe classrooms, and learn about what makes Campus School unique. RSVP below.

Request an admission packet here.

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How did you hear about us?

If you are unable to use this form, e-mail us at cwicks@smith.edu.

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