Eastside Prep is proud to partner with Rainier Scholars. The program was founded in 2000 on the belief that all student deserve an equal opportunity to excel academically and become thriving community and workplace leaders. Rainier Scholars supports underrepresented communities in the Puget Sound region including African African American, African immigrant, Hispanic/Latinx, first generation Asian, Pacific Islander and Native American students. Please visit the Rainier Scholars website to learn more about their inspiring story.
Applying for EPS
Eastside Prep uses the Ravenna online admissions application as do many other Seattle area independent schools. On Ravenna, you’ll see the list of materials that we ask to be submitted and the events we ask for your family to attend. You will find a helpful Admissions checklist on page 13 of the EPS – An Introduction PDF.
Our financial aid application is done in a separate system from our admissions application, yet these two processes happen at the same time. Eastside Prep uses a system called Calirty to collect your household financial information and help us to assess your level of financial need. The information you provide is supported by copies of your tax documents that you upload to SSS. We award financial aid to all accepted students with demonstrated financial need. We will communicate the amount of aid we can provide your student along with their acceptance to Eastside Prep. Financial aid recipients will receive an award that will be applied to all EPS educational expenses: tuition, books, EPS laptop purchase, school trips, lunch, and transportation. An application for financial aid is completed each year that a student attends Eastside Prep. For more information on tuition and financial aid, please visit our Financial Aid page.
As mentioned above, Eastside Prep awards financial aid packages with a grant award applied applied to not just tuition but also other educational expenses such as bus transportation. We offer a bus route in the morning and then a return trip option right after school. Eastside Prep offers three bus routes for our students:
- Seattle-Renton Route stopping near the Montlake Bridge, in the Garfield area, and near Renton High School.
- I-90 Route stopping on Mercer Island, in Lakemont, and in the Highlands.
- Woodinville-Redmond Route stopping in Woodinville Tourist District, near Sixty Acres Park in Redmond, and Totem Lake.
Please visit our Transportation page for more information on transportation options to and from EPS campus.
For More Information
For more information regarding the EPS admissions process, you can visit Applying to EPS and check Ravenna for our upcoming community events.
Please feel free to reach out to our Admissions Team with any questions along the way at firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 822-5668 Ext. 1
We look forward to getting to know your family and sharing our EPS community with you!