Records Release Requests should be signed by the parents and given to the previous school, permitting the school to forward at least two years of report cards, discipline, standardized testing and any other relevant information pertaining to the student to Cannon School.
Cannon Lower, Middle and Upper School students adhere to a dress code. It is not a requirement that our visitors dress according to the dress code. However, the Cannon School dress codes can be viewed in the links above for your reference.
The Admission Office invites student visitors to eat lunch in our dining hall as our guest. Lunch menus can be found here.
Entrance Evaluations are required for all candidates. Evaluations are scheduled through the Admission Office. Please call 704-721-7199 to schedule.
Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten Applicants participate in developmental readiness assessments at Cannon School. Appointments begin in November; call 704-721-7199 to schedule.
Grades 1-3 Applicants take the Children’s Progress Academic Assessment (CPAA), and reading and writing grade level assessments. This is an online test administered at Cannon School. This year's assessment will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Grades 4-12 Applicants take the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE). The fee for the exam is paid directly to the testing company, ERB, at the time of registration.
Grade 4 applicants take the Primary level, ISEE. This is an online test administered at Cannon during a scheduled assessment time. To register for the Primary level ISEE, please call the Admission Office at 704-721-7199.
Grade 5-12 applicants take the ISEE. Parents or guardians may register their child for a group testing date listed on the ISEE website. Cannon School is listed as a testing site (Test Site #340878). Please visit www.iseetest.orgfor more information and to register.
Enrollment decisions at Cannon School are based on an assessment of an applicant's ability to succeed in a challenging, yet supportive college preparatory environment. Academic records, teacher recommendations, entrance testing results, writing samples, and a student visit form the basis of this assessment.
An applicant's file is presented to the Admission Committee only when the entire application process is complete. Cannon School accepts students without regard to race, religion, gender, or national origin.