The priority application deadline for the 24-25 school year is February 1.
Rolling admissions continues after this date if space is available.
We are still accepting applications for the 23-24 school year.
Curious about what Gould has to offer? Consider attending one of our Open House events, or schedule a private visit to campus. Please review our Application Timeline for a list of important dates, and then follow the steps below.
An application fee of $50 for domestic students and $100 for international students is required.
February 1 – Admission & Financial Aid Application Deadline
March 10 – Admission Decision Packets Are Mailed
April 10 – Enrollment Contracts & Deposits Are Due
At Gould, we like to begin by learning more about you, your interests, and your aspirations. We recommend you start the process by completing our online Inquiry Form.
Once we receive your inquiry, we will mail you a viewbook and send you an email with information to access your MyGould portal account. This is the best way for you to track your application status and keep track of which items have been completed and what might still be missing.
Visiting Gould is the best way to experience what makes our campus and community special. Located in the western Maine mountains, our campus is easily accessible from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and the Portland International Jetport.
An interview with an admissions officer is also a required step in the admissions process. We are happy to arrange a virtual interview for students and families unable to travel to campus.
To schedule your visit and interview, please contact the Admissions Office at 207-824-7777 or firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience.
Gould is proud to be test-optional for domestic applicants. If you would like to submit test results, acceptable testing includes the SSAT for incoming 9th and 10th graders. For students applying for grades 11, 12, and postgraduate, PSAT, SAT and/or ACT scores are the preferred.
International applicants for whom English is not the primary spoken language, either the TOEFL, or Duolingo English Test results are required.