Registration and Admission
St. Dominic School K-3 Program (2016-2017 academic year)
Five-day: 12:00 - 2:30
Students must be age 3 or older by September 1.
Families of new students are encouraged to view the information within the New Student Information section of this site and complete the Request for Information form. School Tours and Shadowing opportunities are available to provide more information about the school.
Registration Forms, Fees and Tuition Deposits must be submitted to the School Office in accordance with the deadlines stated in the Registration Packets in order to be considered for admission. Admission is determined according to the New Student Admission Policy stated below.
All families submitting Registration Forms will be notified of either Admission or, if registrations exceed the capacity of any grade or classroom, Waiting List status.
Registration Fee and Tuition Deposit
All new families will be charged a non-refundable registration fee, plus a tuition deposit, which will be applied to your September tuition payment. This non-refundable payment per family will be paid at the time of registration.
Registration of your child/children is taken as a serious commitment to St. Dominic Catholic School. Payment of this Fee confirms your intention of registering your child/children at St. Dominic Catholic School. If your child is put on a Waiting List, your deposit will be returned to you with notification of your child's Waiting List status.
Currently enrolled families will be charged a non-refundable re-registration fee each year at the time of re-registration. A tuition deposit will also be required at the time of re-registration. The tuition deposit will be applied toward the September tuition payment.
All new students transferring from another school need to present their most recent report card as evidence of their achievement level. When the transfer is not due to a change of address, the student will be enrolled temporarily while the principal contacts the former school for the reasons of the transfer. Upon receiving satisfactory reasons for the transfer, the student is formally enrolled. All transferring students will be on probation for the first semester that they attend St. Dominic Catholic School in order to determine if St. Dominic's educational program can meet the needs of the particular student(s).
Students entering St. Dominic Catholic School from a home school shall be placed in a grade level following an academic assessment determined by the principal. The principal makes the final decision of grade placement.
New Student Admission Policy
St. Dominic Catholic School admits students of any race, color, creed and national or ethnic origin.
The following priorities will be used to determine admission to full classes at St. Dominic.
Educational Grant Money is available to St. Dominic Catholic School Families. Applications for Grant Money are available from the school principal at the time of registration and during the school year. Acceptance of the Education Grant Application is made by the Education Grant Committee.
We encourage parents/ guardians to be actively engaged in the St. Dominic Catholic School Community. These are some suggested guidelines for how to be a part of the home and school collaborative:
Foster Catholic values in the daily activity of the children:
Promote Parish Essential Mission: "to seek Christ, know Christ and become Christ, each one for the sake of all."
Support the staff, mission and policies of St. Dominic School.
Awareness of child/children's academic and moral progress.
Attendance at school related meetings, conferences and functions.
Volunteer help in the various areas of school life where schedules permit.
Awareness of the information in the Parent/ Student Handbook, Family Folder, and communications from classroom teachers, School Advisory Committee, Home and School Association and the Athletic Association
Fulfill all financial obligations to St. Dominic Catholic School and Parish Community, including financial stewardship as an active parish member. To receive parish member tuition, an annual stewardship pledge card must be submitted by December of the prior school year.
Parents assure compliance to the St. Dominic School Uniform and non-uniform policy.
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