K-12 Admission

Sacred Heart Catholic School will admit students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to other students. All students are accepted on a probationary basis, both academically and behaviorally. Final decisions regarding admission and placement rest with the administration.

The admission process begins after completion of the information form by the legal guardian. An interview may be held with the counselor or principal; however, in cases of questionable admissions, administration will determine whether Sacred Heart can serve the needs of a particular student. A meeting with the bookkeeper is required.

All admissions paperwork must be completed.

Full disclosure of a student’s academic and behavioral records is required upon registration. Lack of disclosure can result in denial of admission to Sacred Heart School or dismissal of the student.

REGISTRATION PROCESS:

  • Pre-Registration in the Spring
  • Full registration is completed the week before school starts in August.  All consent forms and, if applicable, after school care and free and reduced lunch forms should be submitted online.
  • Families should check FACTS or the Sacred Heart App to ensure that all contact inforamtion is current and to see balance due.  All fees and the first month's tuition is due at registration in August.  Checks may be sent to or dropped off in the school office or paid online.
  • Auto draft is available - a new form is due each year.
  • All forms and links are avaiable on this page in the box at the right (or bottom for mobile view) of this page.

Admission Requirements

The enrollment process begins with Kindergarten Preview held in the Spring. At this time, each student and his/her parents/guardians have the opportunity to meet the Kindergarten teacher. The teacher has the opportunity to evaluate each student’s pre-school progress. Parents/guardians need to provide the school with the following items:

  1. Copy of Birth Certificate
  2. Copy of Immunization Record
  3. Copy of Social Security Card
  4. Copy of Baptismal Certificate if Catholic

In August, the parents/guardians will register the students for the school term. It is recommended that Kindergarten students be five years of age on or before September 1st of the current school year.

The enrollment process begins with the parents and student meeting with the principal. A parent/guardian must sign a release form for school records from the previous school attended by the student. A parent will complete a General Information Form pertaining to the student. Sacred Heart Catholic School will not accept any student who is under current expulsion or that is in the process of being expelled. Parents/guardians need to provide the school with the following items:

  1. Copy of Birth Certificate
  2. Copy of Immunization Record
  3. Copy of Social Security Card
  4. Copy of Baptismal Certificate if Catholic