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All Things Possible start here. At Bolles, student potential is nourished by a superior curriculum and the most extensive program offerings in Northeast Florida for grades PreK to 12. Students here have access to extraordinary opportunities in a vibrant, global community of contributors who celebrate all beliefs and cultures.

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Please contact the Admission Office with any questions:
(904) 256-5030 or Email.

Meet the Admission Staff

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The best way to learn about Bolles is to attend an Explore Bolles! event and experience a day in the life of our students.
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Tuition and Affordability

We know families consider many factors before applying to Bolles with affordability among the most consequential.
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How to Apply

We guide you step-by-step through the admission process including important dates, testing information, requirements and more.
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Meet the Staff

Our Admission Team is available to answer any questions about our School and guide you through the admission process.
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Class of 2022 Facts

$15m

in merit-based scholarships over their four-year college careers was offered or qualified for by the graduates.
 

60%

of 2022 Bolles graduates residing in Florida qualified for Florida Bright Futures Scholarships.

72%

qualified for some form of merit-based awards such as academic, leadership, athletic scholarships or service academy appointments.

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different states, the District of Columbia, Ireland, Novia Scotia & the United Arab Emirates are home to the colleges of the Class of 2022.

267

different colleges and universities accepted the graduates and they are attending 109.

210

of the 214 graduates went directly to college, with 3 taking gap years. 

51

student-athletes were honored for committing to a particular college or university to continue their academic and athletic careers.

34

graduates were “Lifers” — attending Bolles since Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten.

19

graduates had parents who graduated from Bolles. 4 had a grandparent who graduated from Bolles or Bartram.