Our goal for students is unwavering integrity, a desire to learn in a rigorous academic environment, and enthusiastic participation in community life. We make leaders, joiners, and achievers. York boasts a diverse curriculum, outstanding faculty, and exceptional arts and sports programs in the heart of Lincoln Center.
August 2020 Admissions Update


Thank you for your interest in York Prep! We are looking forward to meeting you and introducing you to the York Prep community.

We invite your inquiries for both the 2020 - 2021 and 2021 - 2022 school years, and welcome you to set up a casual one-on-one chat with Director of Admissions and Enrollment, Simone Hristidis. Please click here to schedule the chat. We are currently accepting applications for the 2020 - 2021 and 2021 -2022 school years. You are welcome to start your application here.

Our Admissions Office has created an online experience that will guide you through the application process and inform you about the details of our program at York Prep. During our live, online open houses and meetings you will have the opportunity to learn more about our curriculum and speak to current students, administrators, and teachers. Please check back for updates on our Admissions events.

In preparation please create your account on Blackbaud and complete your family profile. You will then receive a welcome email from the Admissions office.

Feel free to email Director of Admissions and Enrollment Simone Hristidis shristidis@yorkprep.org and Director of Admissions Tracy Altman Warner twarner@yorkprep.org with any questions, and refer to our Admissions pages on our website anytime.

We look forward to meeting you online and sharing our school with you!

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