We understand that choosing a new school for your family is a difficult and important decision. Whether you are considering a mid-year transfer or enrolling for the coming school year, we can help.
Typically, families interested in enrolling will take the following steps to complete the Admissions Process:
- Tour the school
- Submit an application
- Schedule a student visit day (for students applying to grade 2 and higher)
Once your child has been accepted, you will receive further information from the school to complete the registration process.
Frequently Asked Questions
(Please contact us for more information)
Do you accept mid-year transfers?
Yes, St. Benedict Catholic School accepts students throughout the academic year. We typically enroll several students each year who are looking for a new school. Those interested in joining a class during the school year should contact the office and follow the same process listed above.
I can’t make it to your Open House. Can I still come and tour?
Of course! Families who are unable to come for one of our scheduled tours are welcome to contact our Development Director or Principal to set up and alternative time to visit and explore the school. These private tours can be arranged to fit your schedule and give you one-on-one time to ask questions and see the school in action.
I have toured and I am interested in applying, what do I do now?
Visit our Apply Now page. Fill out the appropriate documents and submit them with your registration fee.
My family is not Catholic, can we still enroll?
Yes. About half of our families identify themselves as Catholic and we welcome families from all religious denominations and faiths.
Does St. Benedict Catholic School offer any financial aide?
Yes. Please follow this link to the tuition assistance page.