Admissions

NEW STUDENTS – Welcome to St. Michael’s School Community!

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Please contact the school office at 410-668-8797, to arrange for a tour of the school. Shadow days for students are arranged on an individual basis.

Registration for kindergarten and grades one through eight will take place beginning January 30th.  A child must be five years of age by September 1st in order to enroll in Kindergarten.

Please see the attached sheets which are included in our Admissions Folder to find all the necessary information for Enrollment. If you have any questions, please contact the School Office at 410-668-8797.

Click here to view the Principal’s Letter

Click here to view the Mission & History

Click here to view the General Information

Click here to view the Scholarship Opportunities

Click here to view the Extended Care Information

Click here to view the Check List for Registration

School Admin Online Application – Click here to view the Enrollment Application

Click here to view the Tuition Rates for 2016-2017

Click here to view the Tuition Contract for 2016-2017

Click here to view the NEW Summer Care Program

PRIORITY OF REGISTRATION
1. Siblings of current St. Michael’s School students and Preschool students
2. Active members of St. Michael the Archangel Church
3. Catholic members of parishes in the Archdiocese of Baltimore
4. All other applicants

Non-Catholic students may enroll in St. Michael’s School. As a community, all students must participate in all aspects of the religion program, including weekly School Mass in the Church.

PROBATION PERIOD

The probationary period is a time for review and observation of a student’s behavior and academic qualifications. During this period, the behavior and academic progress of the new students will be observed. To properly satisfy the behavioral and academic needs of all students, the needs of the new students must be compatible with the currently available resources of the school. Students whose behavioral and academic needs are beyond the resources of St. Michael’s School will be advised to seek help satisfying those needs.

If the psychological and emotional needs or problems of the student are beyond the professional expertise of the faculty or adversely affect the learning environment, the administration has the right to require the withdrawal of any student who is unable to comply with St. Michael’s School standards.