Thank you for your interest in Communion of Saints School. We are excited to work with you and answer any of your questions. At Communion of Saints School, we create a learning environment where each student is successful in and out of the classroom. By implementing the highest standards of education combined with faith, tradition and service, our students achieve great results. All admissions questions can be directed to the Admissions Director: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216.932.4177. We look forward to helping you find the best environment for your child/children.
Admission for Kindergarten Students:
Students applying for acceptance to Kindergarten must be 5 years of age by September 30th of the year as verified by an original, certified birth certificate. A readiness screening, conducted in the Spring prior to Kindergarten entrance, is required for admittance. We are currently accepting applications for new Kindergarten students.
EdChoice Scholarship Program:
The EdChoice Scholarship Program provides state-funded scholarships to students who attend low-performing public school buildings. The scholarship must be used to attend private schools that meet the requirements for program participation. Communion of Saints School accepts the EdChoice Scholarship and will provide assistance in the application process. Please click on the links below for more information and to determine eligibility.
Transfer Student Policy:
All transfer admissions are subject to the approval of the principal and based on criteria that include acceptable school records in academic, psychological, attendance and conduct matters. Transfer admissions are also based on space availability. The administration holds the right to require specific assessments for entrance into its academic programs.
Non-Catholic Student Policy:
Communion of Saints School is pleased to accept students of any religious faith. Because religious instruction is an integral part of our mission and curriculum, all students must be present at all religious functions in which the students are engaged during school hours. All students are expected to participate in classes of religious instruction
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