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The Chrysalis admissions director, clinical leadership and academic director work together to determine if a student is suited for the Chrysalis program. This includes:
- Reviewing psychological and educational testing
- Interviewing the student’s former or current therapist
- Interviewing the family
- Reviewing the completed application
- Conducting an on-site visit to meet with family (if a visit is not possible, students are still considered)
After the other admission requirements are met, an on-site visit is scheduled. The visit takes place between 10:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on any day from Monday through Friday, except in summer when availability is Monday through Thursday due to weekend activities. The day visit encompasses the following:
- Touring the campus
- Meeting with the academic director
- Meeting with a prospective therapist
- Sitting in on an academic class
Upon acceptance, the enrollment date and time are scheduled.
What girls are best suited for the Chrysalis program?
A Chrysalis girl can be of average intelligence, but is usually a bright and gifted student, and must have an IQ of 90 or higher. Chrysalis students also demonstrate responsiveness to:
- Special accommodations
- Low student-to-teacher ratios
- Our minimal-distraction learning environment
- Comprehensive therapy
- Our general program structure
- Our therapeutic milieu
- Medications (when applicable)
Students come to us from all over the country and around the globe.
Chrysalis is SEVIS certified and can accept international students. We welcome girls from all backgrounds and cultures and look forward to enriching the Chrysalis experience by expanding diversity in our community.
Any questions regarding admissions should be addressed to our admissions director, Robin Greene at 406-260-2803 or email@example.com.
“My daughter wrote in a letter to me: ‘Mom, these people here love me as much as you do!’ I cried, and I knew we had made the right decision in trusting our daughter to Chrysalis.”