Virginia Intermont encourages students who demonstrate outstanding academic ability to apply for early admission. Early admission allows high functioning academic students to complete high school credits while also accruing college credits. In order to be considered for admission, the Office of Admissions must receive the following materials:
- A completed application for admission;
- Official transcripts of all high school work;
- Official SAT (critical reading/math) or ACT (English/reading/science/math); composite score must rank at or above the current national average;
- One letter of recommendation that attests to the student’s personal character, work ethic, academic ability. High school students should seek letters from a principal, teacher, or counselor. If home-schooled, submit a letter of recommendation from someone who knows your personal character and academic ability – a tutor, pastor, or home school co-op teacher.
- Additional materials – such as a letter of recommendation, personal essay, interview, portfolio review, or audition – may be required to process applications.