To find a school and complete your online Admissions Application, follow these 3 steps:
Step 1: Find A School
Before you apply, we encourage you to visit one or more of our Catholic Schools and see firsthand how Catholic Schools put our students on the path to academic and personal success. Click below to locate schools that may be of interest and arrange a visit.
Step 2: Complete & Submit Your Admissions Application
Once you have selected your school, START YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION. Please review all of the information on this page before you start your Admissions Application.
Announcing Early Admissions for the 2017-18 School Year: New students entering Kindergarten through Grade 8 who complete and submit their online Admissions Applications on or after our early admissions date of December 1, 2016 will receive their decisions sooner.
For the 2017-18 school year: New students entering Kindergarten through Grade 8 who complete and submit their Admissions Applications on or after our early admissions date of December 1, 2016 will receive their decisions sooner. Families completing both the Admissions and the Financial Assistance Applications (including all required documents) by February 15, 2017 will receive decisions regarding acceptance and financial assistance no later than March 31, 2017, and likely sooner.
Our goal is to ensure that no child is denied a Catholic school education due to financial constraints. The Archdiocese of New York and its Parishes, Inner-City Scholarship Fund and Children’s Scholarship Fund are making new scholarship awards and financial assistance available to qualifying families at participating schools.
Important: Please remember to fill in your Financial Assistance application for the 2017-2018 school year as soon as you have submitted your Admissions Application. If you have selected a participating school, you will be given a special link and access code to apply for Financial Assistance for your family after you submit your online Admissions Application. You can include multiple children in the same Financial Assistance application. Please use the same email address and password you used for your Admissions Application when you login.
Your child’s Admission Application is not considered complete until your child has been interviewed and you have submitted all required documents to the school.
After you have submitted your online Admissions Application, please call the school to schedule an interview. When you speak with the school to schedule an interview, the school’s staff will inform you what documents are required in addition to those noted below:
Report card for grades 1 to 8
Standardized test scores for grades 1 to 8, if applicable
If applicable, the current Individualized Education Plan (IEP) on file with the Committee for Special Education (CSE) for all grades
If applicable, 504 Recommendation for all grades
If Catholic, certificates of sacraments
PLEASE NOTE: There will be additional documentation required if you decide to apply for Financial Assistance.
Ready to Apply Online?
If you have already selected your desired school, or want to submit additional Admissions Applications:
Need Help with Your Online Admissions Application?
Call (646) 794-2885 (open from 9:00am to 5:00pm; Spanish and other languages available); OR Apply in-person at your selected school. Get personal help if you are unable to access a computer.
BEFORE YOU APPLY, please have the email address you want to use handy and be sure to save your password. Don’t have an email address? Create one prior to applying at Gmail or Yahoo.
Every year, we help make Catholic Schools more affordable than ever through expanded Financial Assistance programs. This is a suggested guideline of incomes used when determining financial need:
Income Eligibility Guidelines for Financial Assistance and Scholarships*
*Eligible income includes: Income as reported on Federal form 1040 in addition to public assistance, SNAP Benefits, child support or alimony, Social Security benefits, SSI, and/or disability, unemployment benefits, workers’ compensation, other government assistance and financial aid from family/friends if applicable.