By using our simple inquiry form, you can schedule a campus visit, receive more information in the mail or speak to someone in the Admissions Office. You may also contact the admissions department for more information.

1. Create an Online Application Account

To create an Online Application Account, click here . Once you have created your account, you will be able to save the different parts of your application and return later. To submit an application, you will need to:

  • Complete the student questionnaire, which includes an essay and short-answer questions. This must be filled-out by the student.
  • Complete and submit the parent questionnaire.
  • An application fee of $100 ($200 for international applicants) is required at the time of submission.

2. Send Your Recommendations and Transcripts

In addition to the student application, we require three teacher recommendations. One from your English teacher, math teacher, and a personal recommendation (could be a guidance counselor, principal, coach, etc.).  Please have your current school send an official transcript. For students applying to 9th grade, only an 8th grade transcript is required. Applicants for 10th-12th grade should provide a complete transcript for all high school years completed. You can find a transcript release form here.

3. Visit Campus and Interview

We strongly encourage all prospective students and parent/guardians to visit our campus, see for yourselves the beautiful mountain setting, feel the warmth and strength of our community as you meet our students and faculty, and observe our forward thinking academics in action. This is the best way to determine if attending Wasatch Academy is a good fit. Please contact the Admission Office to schedule your campus visit and interview. If you are unable to visit our campus in person, we can arrange for a Skype interview once we have received your completed application.

For all interviewing students (either in person or via Skype) we request that prior to your interview you thoroughly read our Student Handbook to become familiar with our policies and procedures. Please prepare questions you have about the handbook to ask during your interview.
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy:

Wasatch Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins 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 or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school administered programs.

Enrollment Procedure

We are delighted you have elected to join us at Wasatch Academy. We offer an engaging academic and extracurricular boarding school lifestyle to students grades 7 – 12. In order to finalize your enrollment, you must complete all enrollment paperwork/forms by August 1st.

If you have specific questions about any form or require assistance, please contact Jolean Barkdull Admissions Manager 435-462-1424 or send Jolean an email. Additionally, please peruse the Student Handbook prior to your arrival on campus. Wasatch Academy’s policies and procedures are clearly detailed within the contents of this helpful guide. You are encouraged to contact the Office of Admission with any questions regarding your enrollment into Wasatch Academy. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on campus!

International Health Insurance

The cost for the GeoBlue insurance is $124 a month. It needs to be purchased for the student before they arrive in Utah so they have insurance for their ride to campus and at all times while on campus. Please see the link below to purchase GeoBlue insurance.

Wasatch Academy encourages its international students to purchase GeoBlue insurance as it is billable by local doctors and hospitals. Otherwise a parent/student must pay for all medical care in cash and be reimbursed for it in their home country, according to their own insurance plan.

Traveler’s insurance is not sufficient for students, and many international insurance companies do not cover providers in our local area. This often means students have to pay all expenses at the time of the visit, including travel costs, and seek reimbursement on their own.

We encourage all of our students to purchase a full year of insurance and continue the insurance year to year while enrolled at WA so they have only one 6 months pre-existing clause, which will cover only $250 in the first 6 months for a medical problem existing before the student arrives at Wasatch Academy. This plan also offers the student a small amount of insurance coverage ($1000 lifetime) in their home country if they don’t have another insurance policy there.

We also recommend that all regular medical and dental exams and immunizations be completed at home because most international insurances do not cover these types of services.

Sign up for International Student Health Insurance (GeoBlue).

Visit Our Campus

Truly appreciating everything that Wasatch Academy offers requires a visit to our gorgeous campus. Campus tours are available by appointment every day of the week, and we encourage students considering Wasatch Academy to attend and observe classes, and to join the student body for meals or extracurricular activities.

A trip to Mt. Pleasant, Utah, also provides an opportunity to ski at Utah’s world-class resorts or visit one of the half-dozen nearby national parks. In the surrounding Sanpete valley, visitors can golf, camp, hike, rock climb, mountain bike and sight-see.

Schedule your visit today.

Laptop Requirements

Wasatch Academy is an Apple Macintosh campus. Students are required to have a MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air laptop with the following minimum system requirements:

  • OS X 10.7 (Lion) or higher
  • Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i5, Core i7
  • Recommended: 4 GB RAM with i5 processor (or better)
  • Recommended: Apple Care protection

Discounts are available to students and faculty via the Apple Education Pricing. Wasatch Academy’s Apple website can be found at

Email: Students are given a school email address. Announcements, activities and other information are communicated via the school email. Students are expected to check their email account daily.

Software: Some classes may require the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite. Students and faculty are eligible to install Wasatch Academy’s educational site license on their computers, free of charge, to use for educational purposes while enrolled at Wasatch Academy.

Some classes may require Apple’s iLife suite of creativity applications. Please note that both iWork and iLife are now free with the purchase of every new Mac or iOS device.

For Your Dorm

Twin Sheets
* Comforter & Pillow
* Bath Towels
* Personal Care Items
* Shower Caddy to carry your personal items to the shower
* Laundry bag or basket
* Laundry detergent
* Desk lamp
* Dress code clothing

For Required Formal Events

* Suit coat
* Dress shirt
* Dress slacks (no jeans)
* Tie
* Dress shoes and socks
* Dress or Blouse/sweater and skirt OR
* Nice pant suit
* Dress shoes or dress sandals

For Outdoor Recreation Events

Sleeping bag and pad
* Hiking shoes
* Flash light/head lamp
* Bathing suit
* Bug repellent
* Backpack

For Academic Support Technology

Laptop Computer
(See laptop specifications sheet for more details)
* Calculator (TI-83 Plus Silver)

What NOT to Bring

T-shirts or other items that glorify or depict sex, drugs, alcohol, vulgarity or are otherwise offensive in nature
* Large stereos
* Refrigerator
* Candles, incense and lighters
* Aerosol cans of any sort
* Furniture

Your houseparent needs to hold the following items for you:

Air-soft/paintball equipment and supplies
Over-the-counter medications

The dress and grooming of both males and females should always be modest, neat, and clean, consistent with the dignity of representing Wasatch Academy. Please note, faculty and staff make final decisions regarding appropriateness of dress, and if students are asked to change, they are expected to comply immediately.

General Guidelines
* All clothing must be in good repair, not torn or ragged
* Hats may not be worn in school buildings with the exception of dorms
* Bandannas may not be worn during the academic school day
* No tank tops are allowed during meals

The following are NOT allowed at any time:
* Bare midriff, spaghetti straps, strapless shirts, or visible underclothing
* Bathing suits
* Clothing with logos or phrases of a sexual or offensive nature, or clothing that advertises tobacco, alcohol, or illegal drugs