The Beekman School accepts applications from students transferring high school in grades 9-12. We provide a range of learners with the opportunity to join our community throughout the year. Our rolling admissions policy for transfer students means they can start attending classes – or taking flexibly scheduled courses – in the fall, between terms, within a school semester, or during the summer. These high school transfer opportunities allow students to:
- Transfer credits to Beekman from accredited local, national, and international schools
- Enroll in our school for, or during, senior year
- Earn missing credits required for high school graduation
- Repeat courses and make up credits for graduation
- Earn accelerated high school credits to graduate early
- Transfer credits from Beekman to another local, national, or international school
Students who are interested in applying to our transfer-friendly high school should contact the headmaster’s office to learn more about the application process.
Discover A Transfer Friendly High School in Manhattan
Our unique educational options are ideal for the student looking for a transfer-friendly high school in New York City. The Beekman School accepts transcripts and transfer credits from accredited schools within the state and around the world. In most cases, this means new students do not have to lose valuable credits or retake classes because they relocated or wish to change high schools. Students also earn transferrable credit for high school courses they complete at Beekman.
High School Transfer Requirements and Application Process
Our staff members work diligently to provide personalized education plans for each transfer student admitted to our Manhattan high school. This includes the sophomore who joins us mid-semester and the junior who takes a course for transfer credit back to the student’s home school. We’ll be happy to explain our high school transfer admissions requirements to anyone who is interested in joining our community. Learn more in our frequently asked questions section.