Apply for Admissions
The application timeline:
- October, 12 – October, 28 2022 – Intent to return for current preschool families
- November, 1 – January, 9 2023 – Priority registration for parish members
- January, 10 2023 – Community registration begins
Applications may be submitted at any time, but the General Order of Acceptance will apply. Applications for admission will not be accepted if the concerned party is in violation of the Diocesan Policies or the adopted policies of Saint Rose School.
In order to maintain optimal class size, a waiting list may need to be established. In such cases, the list will be generated for each grade based on the admission criteria stated in this Admission Policy, with consideration given according to the date the application for admission was received.
General Requirements for Initial Admission
- Completed application
- Non-refundable application fee
- Successful assessment by a Saint Rose staff member for a child entering Preschool - Kindergarten, or a school day visit and/or test for a child entering grades one through eight
- Interview with the principal
- Two teacher recommendations, test scores, and report card for students.
Upon acceptance, additional paperwork will be needed to complete one’s admissions file to include:
- Birth certificate
- Baptismal certificate for Catholic students
- Family Financial Responsibility Form
- Preschool Acknowledgment Form
- Tennessee Immunization Record
- On-line registration
- Record release form signed to obtain records from the previous school. This includes special services, test scores, grades, and recommendations. The withholding of information may render the admission null and void.
Requirements for Admission of Current Students
The following should be returned to the school office by the specified date:
- Intent to Return/Online Reenrollment
- $200 Family Tuition Deposit (per family)
- Tuition Assistance application
Students or a family who are continually in violation of adopted school policy will be issued a letter of probation or non-acceptance at the discretion of the principal on the advice of the Academic Dean, in consultation with the faculty and with approval of the Pastor.