Every year, Madeira welcomes students from all around the world to our campus. Below is information and requirement specifically for international applicants.
The International Student Application Process
The SSAT (Secondary School Admissions Test) is required of all students applying to Madeira. If English is not your first language, you will be required to take both the SSAT and TOEFL or TOEFL Junior.
Students are encouraged to register for the earliest test dates possible. Madeira must receive test scores directly from the testing agency.
SSAT test code: 4768
TOEFL and TOEFL Junior test code: 8029
Madeira encourages every candidate for admission to visit our beautiful campus and participate in an interview, class visit and tour of the campus. If you cannot visit in person, we will schedule a Skype, Zoom, or telephone interview once all other application requirements have been met.
Deadlines and Fees
Applications and all supporting documents must be received or postmarked by January 15. Applications received after January 15 will be considered on a space-available basis. A nonrefundable application fee of $125 for international students is required. If an application is submitted electronically via fax, the application fee should be mailed within 48 hours after submission. In addition, application fees may be wired to the School. Please contact the Admissions Office for details.
- Stateside Guardian: All international students are required to have a guardian living in the United States who can be contacted in case of an emergency.
- Health Insurance: All international students are required to have some form of international health insurance
- I-20: Madeira issues I-20s after an accepted student has registered and paid the registration fee. Click here to find out more about the process once you have received your I-20.
Learn about Winter at Madeira
Experience life at a premier U.S. Boarding school. Learn more.
What Makes a Madeira Education Different?
For more than fifty years, Madeira’s award-winning experiential learning program, known as Co-Curriculum, has provided internships for students similar to those offered at colleges and universities. More about Co-Curriculum
Contact the Admission Office
Contact the Admission staff with any questions about campus visits, interviews, or the admission process. Contact Us