The Sharon Academy is proud to announce that we have moved to an Open Enrollment policy.

Now, students interested in attending The Sharon Academy (TSA) no longer need to complete an application. We are accepting Enrollments on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Sharon Academy (TSA) welcomes students who are willing to work hard as active members of our learning community.  We seek students who wish to participate in a safe environment that supports and challenges them. We recognize that a good match between students and their school fosters engagement: academically and socially.  We believe that encouraging students to develop meaningful relationships with adults and peers benefits their long-term academic and personal growth.

Our Enrollment Office collaborates with each student and family to explore whether TSA is the school that will best serve the student. This discovery process begins when a student visits TSA, spending the day going to classes with a current student and speaking with a staff member, often the Head of School.

The Sharon Academy strives to build a diverse student body in terms of academic achievement and potential, extracurricular interests, and hometown. We value a small school culture and community.  Traditionally, we have 15 to 20 spaces available in each of the 7th and 9th grades.  Enrollment for all grades is on a rolling basis.


Enrollment Process


To review the Enrollment Process for the Middle School, click here: Middle School Enrollment Process

To review the Enrollment Process for the High School, click here:

High School Enrollment Process

*Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Policy: It is the policy of The Sharon Academy not to discriminate on the basis of a student’s or his/her family member’s actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, creed, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, age, military/uniformed service or veteran’s status, disability, or other legally protected classification in the provision and administration of its educational programs, activities, services, and access provided to the public, in accordance with and to the limits of applicable requirements of state and federal laws.  TSA complies with the American with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as other applicable state and federal laws with respect to accommodating individuals with disabilities.  TSA provides special education to eligible students in accordance with the School’s special education approval from the State of Vermont in the categories of Specific Learning Disability and Other Health Impairment, state and federal legal requirements, the School’s policies and in coordination with the student’s school district.