Admission Policy

ADMISSION POLICY AND PROCEDURES

As a parish school, Incarnation must first give priority to children of Incarnation Parishioners, using the priorities detailed in our Admissions Policy and presupposing available space. Students currently enrolled in the school will be admitted before any new admissions, provided they are officially registered during the re-enrollment period. New students registered and not admitted due to lack of space are placed on a wait list. Please review the Admission Policy Guidelines for more detailed information.

The Incarnation School admission process begins with submission of the following: Application for Admission form; Request for Information form (for students applying for grades 1-8); original birth certificate and Social Security Card (for verification purposes); copies of Baptismal, Reconciliation, and First Communion certificates (when applicable); and payment of the registration fee. All students applying for Early Fives, Kindergarten or Grade 1 will be tested for placement purposes before admission approval. Students in other grade levels are tested for placement purposes at the discretion of the appropriate teachers and/or administration. All applications are reviewed by the Principal for final approval. All accepted students are admitted in accordance with our Admission Policy. Official acceptance letters and related documents are mailed upon admission approval.

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