How to Apply

 

New Student Application Process

1. Complete the application online here: Enroll your child at Sacred Heart School

2. Send Sacred Heart School your child’s latest academic records, birth, baptismal certificates (if applicable), and medical records.

3. Upon receiving this information, an acceptance letter will be sent requesting a deposit to secure the student’s seat in the class.

4. For students ages 2.9-K2, acceptance is based on space availability within the appropriate classroom.
For students entering grades 1-8, please contact the office to arrange a date for the student to visit the classroom and meet the teacher prior to beginning school.

3. Acceptance is conditional based upon receiving all updated academic and medical records, successful completion of Sacred Heart School evaluation, and receipt of deposit.

New Student Screening Process

K1: All applicants for K1 are required to take the “ESI-P Early Screening Inventory Revised” test. The test is administered by Mrs. Catherine Fanikos (K1 teacher) and Mrs. Erin Ogorek (Pre-K/K1 teacher). Once your application is complete, a test time will be scheduled. Parents are asked to complete a pre-test questionnaire and return it to the school prior to the scheduled testing date.

K2: All applicants for K2 are required to take the “ESI-K Early Screening Inventory Revised” test. The test is administered by Mrs. Noreen Shea (K2 teacher) and Mrs. Catherine Fanikos (K1 teacher). Once your application is complete, a test time will be scheduled. Parents are asked to complete a pre-test questionnaire and return it to the school prior to the scheduled testing date.

Grades 1-8: All applicants for grades 1-8 are required to spend a day at Sacred Heart School. Once your application is complete, a visiting day for your child will be scheduled. The visit begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m. On the same day, parents are asked to participate in a brief interview with the principal.

Official acceptance is conditional upon the receipt of all educational records, health records and non-refundable deposits and fees.