2023-2024 Application Process
The online application for admission can be found below as well as a downloadable PDF that can be filled out and mailed or dropped off to the school.
Students applying for transitional kindergarten must be 4 years old by September 1.
Students applying for kindergarten must be 5 years old by September 1.
Admission decisions are based on factors such as, but not limited to, parishioner status, siblings, space, school records, report cards, standardized test scores, teacher evaluations and entrance testing.
Applicants will be considered in the following order:
- Siblings of students of OLPH Catholic School
- Qualified parishioners of OLPH, St. Kateri or St. Clare churches
- Qualified Catholics who are not parishioners at one of our tri-parishes
- Qualified non-Catholics
Please use this checklist to ensure the following items are uploaded or mailed with your application:
- A recent photo of your child
- State certificate of birth
- Certificates of any sacraments received, if applicable (Baptism, First Communion)
- Most current report card and standardized test scores, if applicable
- Immunization records
A $50 nonrefundable application fee is required with the submission of your application. If dropping off your application and/or copies of documents to the school, we accept check or cash only.
Your application will be complete when we have received the application fee and documents.
Applicants for grades kindergarten through eighth will be contacted to come in for an assessment.
To apply, please fill out the online application or download the PDF provided. Both can be found below.
OLPH Catholic School, mindful of its mission to be a witness to the love of Christ for all, admits students regardless of race, color, national origin and/or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, medical condition, sex, or national and/or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies and practices, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs, although certain athletic leagues and other programs may limit participation and some archdiocesan schools operate as single-sex schools.
While the school does not discriminate against students with special needs, a full range of services may not always be available to them. Decisions concerning the admission and continued enrollment of a student in the school are based on the student’s emotional, academic, and physical abilities and the resources available to the school in meeting the student’s needs.