Admission to Putnam Indian Field School is a multi-step process and begins in September for the following year. While most families complete the process in the fall, we continue to accept students throughout the year as spaces become available.
The best way to get to know if Putnam Indian Field School is right for your child is to visit and tour our campus. During your visit, you and your child will have the opportunity to see the classrooms and play spaces in use; we will explain our philosophy and answer your questions. There is no testing involved, and you and your child will not be separated. Tours typically last 30 minutes. Contact Marie Cosgrove, Director of Advancement, for additional information and to sign up for a tour.
How to Apply
Click here to complete our online application and you will be contacted for additional materials and application fee.
Partial scholarships are available to families that demonstrate financial need. Please contact Marie Cosgrove for more information about the scholarship process.
Siblings will be accepted in late October/early November. New students will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning in November.
Preference for morning class placement is given to siblings of existing students, legacies, and faculty children.
Putnam Indian Field School accepts applicants without regard to race, color, creed, gender, or ethnicity.