Admissions

How do students learn about Norfolk Aggie?

Students and parents have several opportunities to learn about our school.  Students who are interested in Norfolk Aggie are encouraged to:

  • Attend our annual Open House October 1, 2017 from 1pm to 4pm, to see our campus, meet students and talk to teachers and administrators.
  • Call our Admissions office at (508) 668-0268 extension 11101 if you have questions.
  • Attend a presentation about NCAHS at your school.

How do students get an application for Norfolk Aggie?

There are several ways for you to obtain an application for admission.  You can do either of the following:

  • Call our admissions office to have an application mailed to you.
  • Click the ADMISSIONS APPLICATION page under ADMISSIONS to access the application.

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Complete and sign the application.  Send the completed application to:

Admissions Office
Norfolk County Agricultural High School
400 Main Street
Walpole, MA 02081

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What happens next?

Once we have received your completed application, you will be invited to attend an Admissions Program. At the Admissions Program, you will receive even more information about the school, spend time visiting our programs, meet students and staff, and have an opportunity to be interviewed by school personnel.

To help your application along, it would be helpful if you could assist with the following:

If you live outside of Norfolk County, you must submit a Non-Resident Tuition Form to your Superintendent of Schools PRIOR to April 1st. We will mail these forms to you after February 1st.

Students who complete an application and participate in a personal interview will be considered for admission once all school records have been received.

What are the Admissions Criteria?

A complete review of each student's application will include a review of the following:

  • Scholastic Record

    We review the student’s grades from both last year and the current year.

  • Attendance Record

    We assess the student’s attendance record from both last year and  the current year.

  • Discipline and Conduct Record

    The sending school provides us with the student’s record for last year and the current year.

  • Sending School Recommendation

    Provided by the sending school. Please be aware that our Admissions Policy does not allow us to consider any other letters of recommendation.

  • Personal Interview

Students will be interviewed by school personnel during the Admissions Program.

How does the Admissions Process work?

Each application is scored, and we accept students based on the highest to lowest score.

  1. Students may be accepted or they will be placed on a waiting list.
  2. Students will be accepted from the waiting list as space becomes available.
  3. Students who do not meet the minimum requirements may reapply the following year.
  4. Students who are accepted must participate in a Placement Testing Program. This testing helps everyone select the right high school courses for each student.
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