GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION
- Preferences shall be given to active members of the parish.
- Under Archdiocesan guidelines for financial considerations, the optimum number of students per classroom is thirty-five (35).
- The recommended age for kindergarten students is five (5) years of age on or before September 1, but required by December 1.
- The recommended age for first grade students is six (6) years of age on or before September 1, but required by December 1, unless waived by the principal.
- All students must comply with current California immunization and health requirements prior to enrollment.
- The School seeks to provide a Catholic education to as many students as possible, both with its educational programs and financial considerations; however, the School may have insufficient resources to serve the educational needs of all students.
- The pastor and principal will review a students’ continued eligibility for enrollment in the parish school.
Through the mission of the Archdiocese, our School strives to serve children with varied learning needs. All educators in Archdiocesan schools follow “Directions for the Inclusion Process in Catholic Schools: Support Team Education Plan Process (STEP) and Minor Adjustment Plan Process (MAP)”. Parents or guardians who feel their student may need a minor adjustment to enable him/her to participate in the general education curriculum of the School should consult the student’s teacher and principal to determine how best to meet the student’s needs. Parents or guardians may request the “Disability Discrimination Complaint Review Process” from the principal to address unresolved issues.