Is St. John Fisher School accepting for the new school year?
Yes, we are accepting applications.
What is the application for St. John Fisher School?
Once the parents submit their application to the front office. An assessment/Evaluation test will be scheduled with the teacher. Once the office receives the test scores, a letter will be sent out to the parents informing them if their child has been accepted or declined.
Do you have to be Catholic to attend St. John Fisher School?
No. We accept other faiths.
Can I see the school in person?
Yes, campus tours are Monday – Thursday 9am to 2pm and Friday 9am to 11am
What is the classroom size?
Classroom size is small. Approximately 20 students per classroom.
Do you have extracurricular activities?
Yes. We offer Student Council, Drama, Sports through CYO, and many more.
Do you offer Daycare?
Yes. We offer Morning and Afternoon Daycare.
When is the first day of school?
The first day of school for the 2022-2023 school year is Monday, August 29th.
What is the tuition?
How can I become a parishioner?
You will need to submit a parishioner registration form to the St. John Fisher Church office and actively participate in the church by attending Sunday Mass.
Do you offer any kind of tuition assistance?
For Tuition Assistance information, you will need to speak with Mrs. Anne Marie Hudani, our principal.
Is your Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten a full day or half day?
Both Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten are full day.
What time does school begin and end?
School begins at 7:50am and ends at 3pm Monday – Thursday. Friday 7:50am – 12:10pm.
At what age can a child begin Transitional Kindergarten?
Transitional Kindergarten are for children who turn 4.5 years old before December 1st.
At what age can a child begin Kindergarten?
Kindergarten is for children who turn 5 years old before September 1st.
Where can I call to get more information?
Please call the school office at (310) 377-2800.
- All Day Kindergarten
- Full Day Transitional Kindergarten
- Spanish Class Twice a Week K-8
- Technology Program including
- Coding and Robotics
- Differentiated Groups for Middle
- School Mathematics
- Academically Challenging Curriculum with flexibility to meet the needs of individual students.
- After School Sports and other activities
- Service Activities
- Morning and After School Care
- Hot Lunch Program
- Hearing/Vision/Scoliosis Screening
- Science Laboratory
- Computer Laboratory
- iPads and iPad cart
- Resource Teachers
- PAC / Gym
SCHOOL STUDENT SIZE (Approximately)
Factulty & Staff
Green & Gold