The admissions policy of Sts. Peter and Paul School does not discriminate based on race, gender, national origin, or age (in accordance with the law). Ordinarily, consideration for admission is based on recent transcripts. A placement test helps to determine grade level.
All students seeking admission to Sts. Peter and Paul must supply the following documents and information:
completed application form
baptismal certificate (Catholic students only)
parish registration (Catholic students only)
completed emergency card
social security number
health forms (those entering grades JK, K, 5th, 9th,and 12th)
Parents/Guardians are encouraged to register students for testing in the Spring. Enrollment is not considered complete until all necessary paperwork has been submitted to the school office and the registration fee has been paid in full. The parent/legal guardian understands that grade placement is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of the previous year.
The school reserves the right to consider readmission on a case-by-case basis. The school gives priority in placement to Catholic students.