How do I enroll at a Catholic School in the Diocese of Phoenix?
The enrollment process does vary by school but typically requires completing a registration form, providing a birth certificate and vaccination records, sacramental records, parishioner registration form, previous school records (if transferring), and other documents as per the school’s request.
If a student has an IEP or documentation from any academic or psychological testing, this should also be submitted at the time of application. Students with IEPs and/or learning or emotional challenges attend most of our schools. Catholic schools do not have the staff and resources to follow all aspects of most IEPs, but there are many ways our schools can make accommodations for students to be successful despite learning exceptionalities. Each school approaches students with learning differences according to their own available personnel and resources.
The entrance requirements for the Diocesan High Schools are a bit more rigorous than for the K-8 schools. All Diocesan High Schools require the applicants to take the High School Placement Test. Additional details regarding the application process at each High School are available through each school’s website.