Admissions Overview

Edgewood High School is a small, safe, personal environment where it is easy for students and teachers to get to know and encourage the best in one another. Our excellent teachers and staff help students grow to be young adults who are confident, compassionate, and contributing members of society. At Edgewood, we strive to educate the whole student so our graduates are well prepared to face future challenges throughout their lives.

The Edgewood experience is easy to find. It can be felt as you walk through the historic hallways. It can be seen on the faces of students attentively learning. It can be heard in the passionate teaching by our faculty. Edgewood knows how to turn high school into an experience your student will treasure for a lifetime.

Learn more about the Edgewood experience. Attend a tour or event or watch our video on the value of an Edgewood education.

Fast Facts

  • The average class size is 18 to 22 students.
  • The teacher/student ratio is 1:13.
  • We integrate our values into the curriculum for each subject.
  • We teach, explore, and celebrate faith.
  • Ninety-five percent of our students participate in co-curricular activities.
  • More than 65 percent of our teachers hold advanced degrees.
  • Our teachers serve as mentors and guides for our students.
  • Our teaching staff averages 19 years of experience.
  • Ninety-eight percent of graduates go on to college; 40 percent receive at least one scholarship. Nearly 100 percent of our students take the ACT annually and over the last five years were accepted at more than 300 post-secondary institutions, including 42 of the top 50 U.S. colleges and universities, military academies, and international schools.
  • One-third of juniors and half of the seniors take Advanced Placement courses for potential college credit and preparation.