Steps For Transfer Candidates Admissions

In recent years, capacity constraints have resulted in transfer opportunities to Antonian being extremely limited. As a result, transfer admission is generally only considered once the re-enrollment of current students for the subsequent school year has been completed. This typically is in April/May of each year.

Step 1: Submit an application for admission

When: Applications for transfer admission are received on an ongoing basis.


All students seeking transfer admission to Antonian must complete an application for admission. The online application can be obtained by clicking the link below,  or by contacting the Dean of Admissions.

A completed application includes the admission application form(s), transcript/report of high school coursework completed and in progress, one (1) letter of recommendation from a  current Administrator or academic counselor, and, when available, results of recently completed standardized testing. Antonian generally does not administer an assessment for transfer admission.

Step 2: Be interviewed by Antonian staff

When: Interviews are scheduled when the availability of a position may be imminent.


All candidates seeking admission should be interviewed by a member of the Antonian staff. Interviews are generally brief (10 to 15 minutes) and are a means of gaining more information about the candidate. All interview arrangements should be made through the Director of Admissions.

Step 3: Receive a decision

When: Decisions are rendered on a rolling basis.


Due to capacity constraints, most applications for transfer admission are placed immediately on a waiting list, then reviewed as positions become available. As a result, candidates for transfer admission may not receive an immediate decision on admission status. Each candidate for admission will receive a correspondence from the Dean of Admissions advising the status as positions become available.

**Antonian does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national and ethnic origin, or gender in the administration of educational policies, admission policies, and scholarship programs.**