Many families choose to join the Brandeis community when their children begin Middle School, and our faculty are adept at making new students feel at home from the very first moment they visit the campus.
Thank you for your interest in The Brandeis School of San Francisco! We invite you to begin the admissions process at Brandeis by inquiring online. Once you inquire, our Office of Admissions will contact you.
The current public health restrictions are preventing us from welcoming visitors right now, but we are hopeful that applicant families will be able to tour the Brandeis campus in person later in the fall or winter. In the meantime, click here to learn more about virtual event dates and/or contact the Admissions office if you have questions.
Nearly every step of the application process, including the submission of student evaluation forms, can be completed by logging into MyBrandeis. You must have already completed an inquiry form in order to begin the process.
A completed application consists of the application form, student evaluation (and student records including report cards, if applicable), a $100 non-refundable application fee, and a recent photo of the applicant. Once you have completed the application we will contact you to schedule a student visit and parent interview.
NOTE: Our priority deadline for Fall 2022 enrollment is Friday, January 14, 2022. Families who submit their application on or before our priority deadline will not be required to pay the application fee and will receive a decision on Thursday, March 17, 2022, in accordance with the guidelines recommended by the ISSFBA (Independent Schools Of The San Francisco Bay Area). Applications received after the priority deadline will be considered if space is available.
Please click here or access the student evaluation form on your online checklist by logging into MyBrandeis. You may email the evaluation form directly to your child's teacher and/or print, sign, and complete the top portion of the form and give it to your child's current teacher(s) to return to Brandeis.
For Grades 2-8, we also require the applicant's report cards, narrative reports, and standardized tests from the past two years, as well as any other pertinent information.
Please complete the top portion of the records release form and give to the applicant's school so that these documents can be mailed to Brandeis.
Student visits are a required part of the application process as part of a shadow day for older students. Because public health guidelines may impact our ability to have visitors on campus this fall, we will be in touch with each family after their application is complete to schedule a virtual or in-person student visit.
2. Click here to learn more about tour and event dates.
3. Apply online at MyBrandeis (Please note that you must login to apply. If you have inquired with us, but have never logged in to our site, click here to obtain your MyBrandeis username and password.)
Grades 2-8: Please complete the top portion of the records release form and provide to the applicant's school so that report cards, narrative reports, and standardized tests from the past two years, as well as any other pertinent information, will be mailed to Brandeis.
Include a recent photo of the applicant.
The application fee will be waived for those who complete and submit the application by January 14, 2022.
Beginning January 15, 2022, all applicants will be required to submit a $100 application fee (nonrefundable).
4. After you have submitted your application, we will contact you to schedule a parent/guardian interview and a student visit.
Please note: An application cannot be considered complete until all records have been received.
Brandeis admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, and sexual orientation in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.