Application Deadlines and Information

January 15th:   Deadline for Priority Admission, with a $125 non-refundable application fee

Applications for Preschool - 8th grade should be submitted by January 15th to be considered in the first round of priority admissions for the following school year. 

Late applications, after January 15th:  A $250  application fee will be charged after January 15th, and considered if space is available. 

Summer applications:  Applications received between May 1st and August 1st are only considered on a very limited basis, if space is available., and other determining factors.

Application review process

Each application undergoes a careful review process that is specific to the application. The review process includes reading of application, supporting documentation (transcripts, recommendations) and a family interview.

*Please note:  The entire application process can take several months.  All applications are carefully reviewed, possibly requiring follow-up information and a family interview with the Principal. 

                                                                Submitting an application does not guarantee admission.

Applying is easy using our
Online Application

Step 1

Create An Account

Create an account through our online application and begin a new application. 

 

You will have the flexibility to log in and out of your account and access your open application.

Step 2

Submit Application

Once complete, with all required documents included, submit the application.

Priority Deadline is January 15th

    ** Please note, once submitted you will not be able to re-open it. 

Step 3

Pay Application Fee

Enter payment for the non-refundable $125 application fee (per student) online.

     

You can print a copy of the completed forms and start a new application for another student (if applicable).

Begin New Application
Here

Read below to learn what happens after you apply.

What happens after I apply?

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After the January 15th deadline, all prospective JK & K families will receive an acceptance letter acknowledging you child has a spot in our program.  Specific placement in one of those classes is based on Gesell readiness assessments.

All JK/K students will be scheduled for a Gesell readiness assessment in the winter/spring.  A $35 fee is due by the day of the assessment.

Parents attend a parent information session while your child participates in a group assessment.

After all assessments are completed, a letter will be mailed in the late spring with Gesell results and recomendations for JK or K placement.

Information for the new school year, Jump Start to Kindergarten Camp, uniform guide, school supplies etc. will be emailed at the end of May/beginning of June to help families prepare.

Transfer Students 1st - 8th grade:

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After the completed application and fee has been submitted, it will be reviewed and processed.  Families will receive an email confirming we received it and what the next steps are.  If further information is needed we will ask for it at this time.

All 1st grade transfer students will be scheduled for a Gesell readiness assessment or a Brigance.

 

Applications will be reviewed by the Leadership Team.  They will follow up on any criteria needed, such as, IEP/504plans, teacher recommendations, previous school contacts etc.

Once cleared, an informal, family interview with the Principal will be scheduled, either in person or by Zoom.

After the interview is complete, final recommendations will be made and decision letters will be mailed to parents.  An Information Packet will be emailed at the end of May/early June to help families prepare for the new school year.

Order of priority for enrollment

Presumes active participation in the parish life, including support of the church and is based on the following: 

  1.  Children of registered, active parishioners of St. Patrick

  2.  Siblings of enrolled students, priority given to families that are registered parishioners of St. Patrick.

  3. Other Catholic families from a parish without a school.

  4.  Non-parishioners.