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Step 1: Parent Tour

We invite you to take a tour of The Tuttle School. Designated tour dates take place on selected Tuesdays and Thursdays every month at 9:00 a.m. and last approximately two hours. Please click here to view the list of scheduled tour dates.

Touring the school allows you to see our program, learn more about our school and ask any questions that you may have and see our students in action.

If you would like to tour the school on a date that is not listed, please feel free to contact:

Debbie Etheridge
Director of Admissions

(281) 493-1070 Ext. 121

Step 2: Submission of Completed Enrollment Application, Forms and Fees

Log on to the Admissions Portal to complete the application.

There is a non-refundable processing fee of $100 that must be submitted along with the application. In order to move forward with the admissions process, all necessary forms, documentation and fees must be received.

Recent testing (completed within the past two years) and other documentation must be uploaded through the Admissions Portal.

  • Psycho-educational testing
  • WISC-IV or Woodcock Johnson
  • Speech/Language evaluations
  • Academic achievement including language, reading, and math skills
  • Comprehensive, professional interpretation of test scores and any relevant diagnosis
  • Professional recommendations for classroom accommodations
  • Current report cards

Step 3: Review by the Admissions Committee

The Admissions Committee will review your application and all documentation materials provided. The Committee will determine whether placement is a possibility and parents will be notified of the status of the application.

Step 4: Informal Student Interview

If it is determined that placement is a possibility, the Admissions Office will contact parents to schedule a time for your child to come to school for a student interview. During the interview, the teachers will assess your child’s social, emotional and academic abilities. This process may take 30 minutes to 2 hours, depending upon the age of the child. We try to make this as relaxed as possible for each student. There is no pass or fail, just an informal evaluation to determine strengths and areas of need for each student. Your child will have the opportunity to take a tour of the school and meet some of the teachers and students.

Step 5: Parent Interview

After the student interview, the Admissions Office will contact parents to schedule a parent appointment. Based on staff assessment and current enrollment, your child may be offered the opportunity to enroll. If accepted and classes are full, your child will be placed in a wait pool and you will be notified when an opening becomes available.

Step 6: Enrollment Offer or Consultation

Would we recommend The Tuttle School to parents with a special needs child? We would – emphatically, unequivocally, and with a wish and prayer that their child enjoys all the blessings that our Josie has enjoyed in Tuttle.”

The Tuttle School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Your Admissions Contacts:

Debbie Etheridge
Director of Admissions
(281) 493-1070 Ext. 121

Brynn Matherne
Admissions Database Manager
(281) 493-1070 Ext. 111