Admissions Application Process

 
December 1: Admissions Applications and Tuition Assistance Applications open in TADS for NEW families. 
 
January 13: Initial window of Admissions Applications and Tuition Assistance Applications closes. Admissions letters and Tuition Assistance awards mailed to these families.
 
After January 13: Admissions Applications will continue to be received by SCCS. Considerations for acceptance of these applications will be made after acceptance decisions are made for initial applications.
 
Admissions Application Process
  • Complete and submit Admissions Application in TADS
  • Mail/Drop off the following documentation to St. Croix Catholic School
    • Copies of birth certificates, baptismal certificate, immunization records
    • Current year's most recent report card (for incoming 1st-8th grade students)
    • Previous year's end of year report card (for incoming 1st-8th grade students)
    • Standardized test scores (for incoming 1st-8th grade students)
    • Completed teacher evaluation forms from current school
Upon reception of the Admissions Application and above-mentioned documentation, our Admissions Coordinator, Denise Faust, will contact families to schedule a Family Meeting with Sister Maria Ivana, Principal. Academic Testing in Reading and Math at St. Croix Catholic School for incoming students, Grades 1-8.
Order of Priority for Admission of Students
(based on completion of the Admissions Application Process and available seats)

1.) Currently enrolled students
2.) Siblings of children currently enrolled
3.) Children of Catholic families actively supporting St. Michael’s, St. Mary’s, or St. Charles’ parishes and based on the family’s date of parish registration
4.) Children of non-parish families
 
Acceptance of students for Ark of Angels Preschool will follow the above-mentioned order of priority for admission of students based on the date which applications are received, keeping in mind class availability.
 
Age Requirements
Children in Preschool must be 33 months old by the first day of school and potty trained.

Children enrolled in Kindergarten should be 5 years of age by the first of September of the school year in which they are enrolled. Early admission for Kindergarten is not recommended, but will be examined on a case by case basis by the Principal. Parents may be required to provide supporting documentation at the request of the Principal.