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Grades 1-5 Online Application
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Students who desire an educational experience founded on the Catholic philosophy of education who fulfill the age, health, academic and behavioral requirements are eligible for admission to John F. Kennedy Catholic School.  Any student who is interested in enrolling and/or transferring as an incoming first through fifth grade student must complete the following application.

 

Admission Process
A.  Prospective families must complete the Application for Admission below
B.  A copy of standardized test scores as well as the student’s most recent report card must be provided.  The student’s academic records and attendance as well as any behavioral issues will be reviewed.
C.  A copy of most current IEP/ISP must be provided, if applicable.

Guidelines
Students transferring from Catholic Feeder Schools
-  Completion of Application Form
-  A student who has failed a core curriculum class (Math, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies) will be evaluated on an individual basis upon receipt of their official school transcripts and standardized test scores

Students transferring from Non-Catholic Private or Public Schools
- Completion of Application Form
- Administrative Interview
- A student who has less than a 95% attendance rate will have their records reviewed
- A student who has failed a core curriculum class (Math, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies) will be evaluated on an individual basis upon receipt of their official school transcripts and standardized test scores

A student is admitted to the school on the premise the student intends to learn the Catholic religion and be educated in a Catholic environment.  In certain cases, students may be admitted on a probationary basis subject to the student successfully completing one or more subsequent interim evaluations.  Students with academic or other needs (i.e. behavioral) which cannot be reasonably addressed by the school may be denied admission.When the school cannot offer placement to  a student, we are eager to offer counsel about other schools that may be able to accommodate the student. 

When there are more qualified candidates than openings available, the school establishes an unranked waiting list; if any openings occur, the admissions committee decides which candidate(s) to offer a position based on the overall profile of the class and the match between the needs and qualifications of the student with the needs of the school.  Please note, preference for admittance is reserved for students who are currently members of a Catholic feeder parish.










































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