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Welcome

Thank you for your interest in Ben Lippen School. Our Admissions Office looks forward to serving you.

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All Students

The first step in applying for admission is to Create an Account. Once completed you may begin the application for your student(s). After your student(s) application is submitted, logon to your account often to track admissions status including monitoring the receipt of required supplemental information such as transcripts.

Other Information:

  • There are no application deadlines.
  • Applications for multiple students may be completed under one account.
  • Information will be saved should you log out before submitting the application.
  • An application fee, paid with a credit or debit card, is required at the time of submission. The application fee is $75 per day student and $100 per boarding student.
  • Space is limited.

Day Students

  • Click here for admissions criteria.
  • Families seeking financial assistance are encouraged to apply for admission and for financial assistance before February 28. Click here and scroll down for information about financial assistance.
  • Click here to schedule a Campus Tour.
  • If you have other questions, please see contact info below.

Boarding Students

  • If you have other questions, please contact: Steve Sark at 803-807-4113 or Steve.Sark@benlippen.com.

The Crest Online Students

  • If you have other questions, please contact Ben Porter at 803-807-4219 or Ben.Porter@thecrestonline.org.

Kelly Adams
Director of Upper School Admissions
803-807-4110
kelly.adams@benlippen.com

Lil Mason
Director of Lower School Admissions
803-807-4111
lil.mason@benlippen.com

Ben Lippen School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Ben Lippen School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.