St. Theresa School is committed to the highest standards of learning for all of our students and to providing a classroom environment that is most conducive to learning. It is our commitment to keep families together and have the necessary space available during the registration process to take siblings of current students prior to offering seats to other parishioners and the community.
Please submit your application and supporting documentation** in your designated enrollment phase. All applications will be verified for phase accuracy. Applications received that do not qualify for the particular enrollment phase will be discarded and application fee refunded. Forms cannot be submitted without payment verification.
12/27/17 - 1/12/18
|OPEN||Currently enrolled St. Theresa School students in good standing.||
This includes siblings of currently enrolled St. Theresa School students who re-enrolled for 2018-2019.
1/16/18 - 1/26/18
|OPEN||Parish families not currently enrolled at St. Theresa School.||
Families must be officially registered with St. Theresa Parish. If you are unsure if you are registered, please contact the Parish Secretary. To register with the Parish, you must live within the St. Theresa Parish boundaries and complete a Parish registration form. Parish registration will be verified prior to acceptance confirmation.
1/29/18 - 2/9/18
|OPEN||Families of other Catholic parishes without a school.|
2/5/18 - 2/16/18
- Siblings of In Parish Families
- Siblings of Out of Parish Families
- In Parish Families
- Out of Parish Families
- Non-Catholic Families
- Scheduled with the Admissions Office
St. Theresa School does not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admission policies, athletic or other school administered programs. All students have the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students formally accepted into the school. Students in grades 1-8 are not formally accepted until completing a first semester probationary period. Children who are not Catholic are expected to participate in religion classes and to respectfully attend all religious functions for the school.