Registration Procedures

Admissions

This admissions policy defines the specific entrance requirements necessary for a child to be considered for admission to St. Albert the Great School. In accordance with Christian principles, St. Albert the Great School admits students of any gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities at our school. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, educational programs, athletics, and extracurricular activities. The primary and essential purpose for the existence of St. Albert the Great School is to provide a Catholic education for the children of St. Albert the Great Parish families. Admission may be granted to students from outside the parish who provide evidence of good academic standing and excellent behavior, and who meet the new student guidelines.as follows:

 All Catholic children of the parish are eligible for admission to St. Albert the Great School.

 All pupils to be admitted must accept the curriculum and discipline as provided in the school regulations.

 The admissions policy shall not be solely based on ability or achievement. However, since St. Albert the Great may not be able to meet the instructional needs of every student, admission shall be based on the ability of the school to meet the needs of the student and is at the discretion of the administration.

Enrollment Priorities

  1. Students currently enrolled in the school.
  2. Children of parishioners who are registered and supporting members of the parish and who live within established parish boundaries and with a sibling currently enrolled in the school.
  3. Parishioners who are registered and supporting members of the parish who live within established parish boundaries and with no siblings currently enrolled in the school.
  4. Parishioners who are registered and supporting members of the parish who live outside established parish boundaries and with a sibling currently enrolled in the school.
  5. Parishioners who are registered and supporting members of the parish who live outside the parish boundaries and with no sibling currently enrolled in the school.
  6. Catholic families not registered in the parish with a sibling currently enrolled in the school.
  7. Catholic families not registered in the parish with no sibling currently enrolled in the school.
  8. Non-Catholic families/children

In the event that all children of registered and supporting members of the parish cannot be accepted due to class size limits, parishioners with the longest registration within the parish will have first priority.

For more detailed information on enrollment and admissions policies please see our StAGs Handbook.