AdmissionsApplication Process

Application / Registration

St. Aloysius School will begin accepting applications on December 5, 2018 at 8:00 AM.  The open application process will end January 16, 2019 at 3:00 PM. 

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Entrance Requirements

1. A child must be four years old on or before September 30 of the year entering preschool.

2. A child must be five years old on or before September 30 of the year entering kindergarten.

3. A child must be six years old on or before September 30 of the year entering first grade.
 

Pre-K & Kindergarten Entrance Requirements:

Pre-K: Child must be four years old on or before September 30 of the year entering Pre-K.  The school reserves the right to contact and obtain a recommendation from the child’s previous caregiver/childcare center.  Possible pre-screening will take place based on recommendation from previous childcare and/or based on child’s age.  This is to ensure proper placement for your child and to reduce the possibility of retention. 

Note that in an effort to meet the needs of our growing parish families, the St. Aloysius Child Care Center will offer a 4- year old program for children who are ready for the academics of Pre-K but need the gift of time and a smaller setting.  This program will follow the St. Aloysius School’s Pre-K Curriculum.  This is also an option for those parents needing full-day care as well as a year-round option.  Placement into either the School’s Pre-K or K following the Child Chare Center’s 4-year old program will be a joint determination between St. Aloysius Child Care Center and St. Aloysius School, to ensure success of the child.

K: Child must be five years old on or before September 30 of the year entering Kindergarten.  The school reserves the right to contact and obtain a recommendation from the child’s previous child care center.  Possible pre-screening will take place based on recommendation from previous child care and/or based on child’s age.  This is to ensure proper placement for your child and to reduce the possibility of retention.