How to Apply
Step 1 - Application & Supporting Documents: The application is now available online. During the process, you will be asked to upload or mail to the school the following:
- Copies of the birth certificate, baptismal certificate (if applicable), and the student's health record (available online).
- Copies of the most recent report card (Grades K-8) and the most recent standardized test results (Grades 4-8) also are required.
- Teacher Referral Forms (see blue box): Referral Form K-1 (general), two teacher referrals are requested for Grades 2-8: (one from the child's math teacher and one from the reading teacher). They should be sent to St. Joseph School directly from the current school. Instructions are on the forms. No referral is needed for Pre-K.
- $100 Non-refundable, non-transferable deposit - payable on the secure Admissions website.
Step 2 - Screening: Once all the above items have been received, St. Joseph School's Enrollment Manager will contact you by email to schedule screening. Screening is important for determining grade readiness and recommendations.
Step 3 - Admissions Decision: After the admission items and screening results are reviewed, a recommendation for placement is sent to the parent(s) by email. If accepted and space is available in the class, an invitation to enroll is sent be email to the parent(s).
These steps are required as part of the admissions process. Only completed admission applications will be reviewed and given admissions decisions.
How to Enroll (for applicants who have been accepted)
Applicants who have completed Steps 1-3 and who have received an invitation to enroll, will begin the enrollment process. There is a non-refundable, non-transferable $500 deposit toward the tuition that is payable upon acceptance to hold a place for the child in the class. There are a number of other items that need to be completed (Enrollment Contract, FACTS Tuition Management Plan set up, etc.) Instructions are sent with your acceptance email.
If space is not available, students are placed on a waitlist. Placement on the waitlist is only available for students who have applied and have been accepted.