Message From the Director of Admissions
Welcome to Cedar Hill Prep School
We are excited that you are considering an education for your child at Cedar Hill Prep School. We enroll students at grade levels beginning with Pre-school (age 3 by October 31st of the year of admission) to Grade 8. Our admission process concentrates on examining each child’s potential to contribute to and benefit from being a part of the Cedar Hill Prep Community.
Our students are part of a diverse community of learners who have a broad range of interests, abilities, and talents. Our students are caring and kind individuals who enjoy learning and engage actively within the classroom, House System, and school life. We provide a small class size within a supportive, encouraging, and caring environment. At Cedar Hill Prep, we believe in educating the whole child by providing an experience that will encourage excellence in each of our students.
If you would like to schedule a tour, please contact me at email@example.com or call 732-356-5400 ext. 32 as I’m available daily to show you our campus and classrooms. Please continue to visit our website to view highlights of our Premiere Open Houses which are held once per month on a Saturday from January through May. Tours and Premiere Open Houses provide interested families the opportunity to experience Cedar Hill Prep first hand.
Once you have visited us, the next step would be to submit an application accompanied by an application fee. Each grade has specific requirements. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I look forward to meeting all of you.
Donna Jones | Director of Admissions
CHP Debate Championship Cedar Hill Prep School walked away with the following awards at the NJ Debate Championship: number 1 team: Agni Rajnikanth, Keyon Majidi and Matthew Clarke, number 1 school and most points at the tournament. The final debate topic that clinched the tournament championship was Facial Recognition Technology Does More Harm than Good. We are all very proud of our teams!
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