We invite you and your family to start the registration process to become part of the Bridge Prep family! If you think our school would make a great fit for your child, the next step is to attend a Parent Information Meeting or schedule a meeting with the Head of School.


Bridge Preparatory Academy offers personalized instruction, targeting the needs, strengths and interests of each student. To fulfill its mission, classes will intentionally be kept small, so enrollment is limited.


Bridge Prep currently accepts applications for grades 4 – 12, limiting class sizes in each grade level.


Steps to Admission:


1. Attend a Parent Information Meeting

2. Complete online application

3. Submit supplemental materials

4. Schedule placement testing

5. Family interview

6. Offer of admission

7. Enroll



At Bridge Prep, we're committed to the mission of providing exceptional personalized education to our students from experienced, qualified teachers. We understand that providing a private school education for your child, while well worth it, may require a financial sacrifice. We endeavor to keep tuition and fees as affordable as possible, without compromising the mission and vision for our students.



Students must be registered prior to submitting an application for financial aid. Applications are processed by FAST-Financial Aid for School Tuition. FAST provides an online application that can be accessed at the link below.  While FAST processes the application, all financial aid decisions are made by Bridge Prep, and are based solely on a family's financial need and the availability of funds. (No award information will be provided to parents by FAST.) Please note that it takes approximately one week for FAST to process and verify financial information. It is the responsibility of the family to provide all necessary documents to FAST for timely processing of the application. This includes supporting financial documents and most recent tax information. FAST applications can be tracked online on the FAST website. All applications, including supporting documents, must be submitted to and verified by FAST no later than April 1st.





Last year, about 1/3 of our students received need-based tuition assistance.