Admissions Process


Our admission process consists of an application, two teacher recommendations, a recent report card, relevant test scores, and a $75 non-refundable application fee.* Once families have completed this paperwork, an admission representative will contact you to schedule a shadow day. This is an opportunity for your child to spend the day at Hanger Hall with a current student. Prospective students will also complete a writing sample and math assessment during their shadow day. Parents also participate in a parent interview with Jen Schoolfield.

Hanger Hall offers two admission deadlines. The early admission deadline is November 1st of each year. Applicants reviewed in our early admission process will be notified by the end of November regarding their acceptance. We encourage all families to apply no later than February 1st, as our classes fill up early. If you apply after February 1st, there is a strong possibility that you will be placed in the wait pool and may not have a decision until mid-summer.

*We are able to offer a fee waiver for families who qualify.

Admissions Timeline

List of 6 items.

  • Early Admissions:

    November 1
  • Early Acceptance Notice:

    Early December
  • Regular Admission Deadline:

    February 1
  • Regular Acceptance Notice:

  • Tuition Assistance Deadline:

    April 1
  • Mid-Year Transfer Deadline:

    1st Week of January

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Statement

When: June 20 - 24 (9am - 1pm)
Open to: Rising 5th-8th grade girls
Cost: $250
We will be teaming up with Dr. Marietta Cameron, Chair and Professor of Computer Science at UNCA, to gain exposure to some of the web's most fundamental tools and programming languages. We welcome beginners through the more experienced coders, and will work on some exciting projects. 

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64 W. T. Weaver Boulevard
Asheville, NC 28804
(828) 258-3600
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