APPLICATION PRIORITY CRITERIA
The school sets registration procedures and admission policies. The availability of space and the order of preference for admission is determined by the school according to the following general criteria:
Complete application packets for grades K-8 for the 2019-2020 school year will be accepted beginning November 11, 2018.
*St. Louis Catholic School follows the Fairfax County Public School Inclement Weather policy. In the event of a delayed opening on a scheduled assessment date, the testing time will be pushed back as appropriate for the same day. In the event schools are closed, prospective families will be contacted to re-schedule.
St. Louis Catholic School welcomes applications for the 2019-2020 school year beginning Nov. 11, 2018, and there is no deadline to apply. Families are encouraged to apply by the following dates to be considered in the first round of evaluations:
|February 15, 2019||Sibling Priority Applications (K-8th Grade) - Applications from current school families for siblings entering at K-8th Grade|
|February 15, 2019||Prospective Student Applications (K-8th Grade)|
|TBD||Kindergarten Applications from St. Louis Preschool families|
Applications received by February 15, 2019 will be considered for possible acceptance in the first round of evaluations according to the order in which they are received within each priority category outlined above.
All applications, regardless of priority criteria, received after February 15th will be considered in the order in which they are received should space be available.
Enrollment is contingent upon receipt of all required information, a successful review of the application by the Admissions Committee, and the payment of all fees, including a non-refundable registration fee.
For assistance with the application process, please contact the school registrar, Renee Madden, email@example.com
AGE FOR KINDERGARTEN ADMISSION
Children who will have reached the age of five years by September 30th may be admitted to a kindergarten program. Readiness testing, at the discretion of school officials, may be used to determine, among other things, the developmentally appropriate placement in the kindergarten program.