Admissions Process

St. Patrick School is committed to quality education within a Catholic environment. Students and parents are expected to support the philosophy, educational and administrative policies of St. Patrick School.

St. Patrick School respects the dignity of all students. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, nationality, ethnic origin or sex, as required by the terms of Title IX of the Education Act of 1972, Public Law 92-318 (as amended by Public Law 93-568).

Order of Admissions (dependent upon space availability):

  1. Currently enrolled students who have met the previous year’s financial obligations
  2. Siblings of currently enrolled students and children of faculty/staff
  3. Children of registered, contributing and participating members of St. Patrick Parish or St. Mary Magdalen Parish 
  4. Children of families registered in another Catholic parish
  5. Non-Catholics who qualify and agree to conform to the school’s religious instruction 
and policies
  6. Final decision regarding acceptance will be contingent upon responses to family questionnaire and student shadow feedback.

Acceptance of students for admission or re-admission will be judged individually on the basis of past academic and behavioral reports. Admission may be denied for any reason deemed to be appropriate by school or parish authorities, including but not limited to the following:

– students with past disciplinary or academic problems

– students who require special services which cannot be serviced by the school or staff

All new students are on probation behaviorally and academically for the first quarter.

All students entering Jr. Kindergarten should be five years of age on or before December 1.

All students entering kindergarten should be five years of age on or before September 1.

All students entering the 1st grade should be six years of age on or before September 1.

All new students entering the 7th or 8th grade must be carrying a ‘C’ average. 
Parents and/or students who do not abide by or are disruptive in their actions toward school policies or instructional programs may be asked to withdraw from the school.

The Application Process includes a shadow day for all students entering grades 1-8 and those entering middle school may be interviewed by administration.  

Offers for Enrollment will be emailed by the Admissions Office.  THOSE WHO APPLY BY FEBRUARY 15th  WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE FIRST ROUND OF OFFERS which will begin in mid-March.  

The second round of offers should be completed by May 30.

Late Applications will be accepted from June 1 – June 15.  Final offers will be made by June 30. 

Application Process

To Apply:  

Fill out the online registration form which will be available starting January 1.  Please submit a copy of your child’s report card with the application. 

TIMEFRAME:  Apply by Feb. 15 to be considered in the first round of offers. Round 2 offers will be completed by May 30.  Late Applications June 1-15. Final offers June 30.

If accepted, a $500 registration fee is required.

Space:  If a student qualifies for admission but there is not space available, we will advise of next availability until June 30.  

Sydney just said the other day something like:  “Mom when you guys decided to send me to St. Pats, it was a decision you made in one day but it changed my life…  I’m so glad I got to go here”.

Shannon T.