Apply Online

Welcome to the Moses Brown Admission application process. Below you will find a list of the application requirements.
  • Online Application
  • Transcripts (report cards and end of year teacher comments) for the past two years (Please complete Transcript Release Form and give to students school)
  • Teacher Recommendation(s) (Log in to your MB account and recommendation forms may be sent directly to the teachers)
  • Parent Statement (This form needs to be printed, completed E-mailed/mailed back to MB)
  • Student Statement (Grades 6-12) (This form needs to be printed, completed E-mailed/mailed back to MB)
  • Parent Visit
  • Student Visit
  • Standardized Test (5th-12th grade applicants only): ISEE (available for 5th-12th) or SSAT (available for 6th-12th). Students only need to take one of these two test options.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Admission Office via phone (401) 831-7350 or email a member of our team if you have any questions!
 
We encourage all applicants to APPLY ON-LINE. Please click the link, establish a user name and password, and then complete the on-line forms. The non-refundable application fee of $55.00 may be paid on-line with a credit card. If you have any questions or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact our admissions office at (401) 831-7350 or email a member of our team.

All international students are offered the opportunity to either reside at Roosevelt International Academy or live with an immediate family member in the school’s drawing area. We do not currently offer a host family program. International students needing housing should apply via RIA by contacting:
 
Roosevelt International Academy
75 East Street
Providence, RI 02903
Contact: Janel Hernandez
(401) 519-6611 ext. 655
 
Moses Brown International Student Applicant Contact:
Natasha Ramirez
Admissions Coordinator
(401) 831-7350 ext. 197
nramirez@mosesbrown.org
 
Admissions decisions are based on a combination of factors, which may include a personal interview with the student and his or her parents, academic record, admissions tests, recommendations from teachers, a classroom visit, and other appropriate information (e.g., educational evaluations). Academic readiness or achievement, social and behavioral maturity, motivation, special talents and affiliation with the school will also be considered. 

In managing enrollment, Moses Brown does not discriminate on the basis of a person’s race or color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, or any other status protected by law. The school seeks to enroll a student body that is balanced between genders and enriched by the presence of Quakers and children of diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. Children of alumni, employees, trustees and current MB families are also a priority.
 
Moses Brown is fully and unconditionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Independent School Association of Massachusetts. Moses Brown School is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, Educational Records Bureau, Secondary School Admission Test Board, and College Entrance Examination Board. Moses Brown School is under the care of the New England Yearly Meeting.