Admissions Events & Tours

Murl Windsor Academy Enrollment Application

Prospective Student Classroom Visit

  • Prospective student classroom visits take place from January through July.
  • Visiting procedures may vary depending upon the grade level for which your child's application is being made.
  • Contact Judy Patterson at 954-547-4315 or

Prospective Parent Tours

  • Tours for prospective parents take place starting March. Tentative tour times are 10:00 a.m. Mondays, or Wednesdays. Appointments are required.
  • Parent tours can occur prior to application, however priority scheduling is given to registered applicants.
  • Parents are encouraged to visit the school on a day other than the day their child is visiting.
  • Tours generally run 45min. to an hour and are conducted by a member of the admissions team.
  • To reserve a tour by contacting Judy Patterson at 954-547-4315 or

Annual Fall Open House

  • This is an informational meeting for parents of registered students or parents interested in learning more about the school and our application process.

Annual Meeting for Prospective Parents of Students 4-6, 7th – 12th Grade.

  • This is an informational meeting for parents who have already completed the application process for the McKay Scholarship or Step-Up.

Admissions Process

All applicants must go through MWA’s admission process.


  • Private interview with student and private interview with family
  • Brief academic screening
  • Review of all background information and files
  • The admission process moves to the finance department

Admission and Employment Policy

MWA is non-discriminatory in admissions and employment practices. We recognize the value that student and staff diversity can bring to the program.

MWA Non-Discrimination Policy

The School is committed to non-discrimination with respect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, political opinions or af-filiations.


Full Time with Teacher Support

Full time Fourth grade-Twelfth grade program with teacher support
Regular Tuition Price
$8,950.00 4-8th
$9,450.00 9th – 12th
Other fees may apply

Financial Process

Parents who cannot afford full tuition must fill out scholarship request / financial aid forms and provide all required documentation (Tax Returns, Personal Financial Statements, etc.).

Scholarship Grants

Scholarship Grants are received on a first come, first serve basis.


The Scholarships that are Available:


  • McKay Scholarship
  • Step-Up Scholarship
  • PLSA Scholarship
  • HOP Scholarship


MWA is currently authorized to receive payments from the above providers. MWA also have a transportation scholarship available for students that qualify.


If you have questions on any of these funding sources please contact our business office. 954-547-4315

Parents who cannot afford full tuition must fill out scholarship request / financial aid forms and provide all required documentation (Tax Returns, Personal Financial Statements, etc.).



Our curriculum consists of five fantastic courses that your student is guaranteed to love. Students will be exploring Language Reading, Math, and Science, and Social Studies. Our program is designed specifically for students looking to be successful.

Fourth and Fifth graders use wide-range learning packages. In Lively Language Arts and reading, students will review their knowledge of parts of speech and greatly expand their vocabulary while engaging in math, science and arts.

The curriculum brings lessons to life with a rich mixture of online and offline teaching tools, including interactive animations with beautiful illustrations and narrative, original CDs and videos, and materials for hands-on experiments. In addition, lesson plans for each subject are integrated, so your child may be reading literature from the same time period as the art or history lesson he or she is studying.

Lessons are followed by assessments, so you can be sure that your child has mastered a particular area before moving on. Our individualized approach means your child can go as fast or slow as needed. The online assessments are integrated with the planning and progress tools, making it easy to find the right pace by subject and to stay on track.

110 SW 11th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315