Because of the competitive nature of admission, students meeting minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission. Listed below are the minimum requirements for admission. Applicants must meet all minimum requirements.
Academic scores at the thirty-fifth percentile or above on both the reading and mathematics components of the most recent standardized academic measurements, ex. End Of Instruction test and ACT EXPLORE.
Grade point averages at or above 2.50 on a 4.00 scale for the first semester of the application year and for the school year immediately preceding.
Superb attendance as defined by no more than 5 absences during the application year and no more than 10 absences during the immediate prior school year. (NOTE: Students with medically documented chronic/serious illnesses or other extenuating circumstances leading to excessive absences may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Such documentation must be provided in writing by the parents/guardians and included with the application packet.)
Excellent behavior as defined by no suspensions out of school or alternative placement for disciplinary reasons during the application year or during the prior school year.
Successful completion of a middle school program through eighth grade or its equivalent.
A Teacher Recommendation Form must be submitted with the application in a sealed official school stationery envelope. The prepared Admission Recommendation Form must be signed by a minimum of three (3) faculty members at the applicant’s current school.
For BTW, any eligible student applicant residing in the historical BTW area shall be offered preferential admission status.
Any eligible student from Carver shall be offered preferential admission status to BTW.
For BTW, former Wilson students who are now attending Rogers Early College High and who have successfully completed the MYP programme will be offered preferential admission status.
After granting the above preferences in the order listed, for BTW, approximately 60% of the entering ninth grade class shall be composed of eligible students who reside in Quadrants I and II. The balance (40%) shall be selected from eligible students who reside in Quadrants III and IV.
5% of accepted students may be at principal’s discretion with the approval of the selection committee.