Thank you for considering St. Patrick Catholic School. We are currently accepting applications for all grade levels. We invite you to find out more about how St. Patrick provides instruction, inspiration, and opportunity like no other.

St. Patrick students are committed to personal, academic and social development. We consider students for admission who will pursue academic study with dedication and responsibility, challenge themselves through athletic and extracurricular activities and actively participate in the community.

Admission Policy

Parents/guardians wishing to enroll children at St. Patrick Catholic School must:

  1. Fill out a current application and pay determined fees.
  2. Sign enrollment agreement.
  3. Present academic and immunization records.
  4. Present birth certification, social security card and baptismal certificate.

All students seeking school enrollment with below average academic and/or conduct grades may be placed on a six-week evaluation period. Upon conclusion of this period, a child may be taken off evaluation, kept on the evaluation plan or dismissed from St. Patrick Catholic School.


Registration fees must be paid at the time of registration for the following year or at the time a new student is registered. Registration fees are non-refundable. Registration for the next school year will not be processed until tuition, fees and all other financial obligations for the current year are paid in full.

For your convenience, you can download theĀ application formĀ and complete it at home and bring back with all required documents to the school.

Entry Into Pre-K Programs

  • Students applying for the three (3) year old kindergarten and four (4) year old kindergarten programs must reach those respective birthdays by September 1 of the year of admission.
  • The Student must be toilet trained, communicate effectively for his/her age and be of sufficient maturity to derive benefit from the Pre-School Program.

Entry Into Kindergarten or First Grade

  • Kindergarten students must be five years old on or before September 1 and first-grade students must be six years old on or before September 1. These are state requirements.

Policy of Non-Discrimination

St. Patrick School does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, or national origin in the application and/or acceptance of students for admission; in administrating educational policies, in the awarding of scholarships and loans, other than those developed in consideration of special needs or for participation in extracurricular and athletic programs.