Thank you for your interest in St. John's Episcopal School. We are honored that you are taking the time to learn about us.
SHARE YOUR INTERESTFor those looking to apply for their child to attend St. John’s, you will need to contact the school at 432-337-6431 or 432-337-6434 to arrange to meet with the Head of School.
VISIT OUR SCHOOLWhen you meet with the Head of School you will be invited to take a tour of our facility.
BEGIN THE APPLICATIONAfter meeting with our Head of School and taking the tour of our facility, you will be asked to complete several forms for application to St. John’s Episcopal School. You may even complete these forms online.
APPLICATION REVIEWSit tight… we will process and review your application. You will be contacted with our decision as quickly as possible.
Applications are being accepted for 2020-2021!
Welcome to St. John’s Episcopal School! We appreciate your interest in enrolling your child.
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Request More Information
If you would like more information after visiting our website, please Request More Information and our Admissions Office will contact you to set up an appointment to visit St. John’s. We would love to show you our school, meet teachers and see what being a St. John’s Eagle is all about! The first step of the admissions process is for all parents and students new to our school meet with a member of the Admissions Office. Then we will share with you the link to our online application. After your acceptance, we will then complete the enrollment process.
Request more information using this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For students who are currently enrolled, parents can complete the application(s) online by following the directions on the link that was sent via email. If you are having trouble with re-enrolling online please call the school office at 432-337-6431.
St. John’s Episcopal School seeks students of average to above average ability who can contribute to and benefit from the Carden academic program.
Students are selected for admission to the School on the basis of academic potential, developmental maturity, school achievement, and readiness for the School’s program.
Students applying for acceptance to St. John’s shall provide past scholastic records and may be given an appropriate readiness or achievement test deemed necessary and administered by the St. John’s staff. Each applicant will be evaluated to determine proper grade placement, taking into account the student’s level of achievement, his/her chronological age, and other social, physiological, and developmental considerations. In all cases, the School retains the right to determine whether or not to select a student for admission or to re-enroll a student.
The programs of St. John’s Episcopal School are designed to teach the academically able student. Our staff and our facilities provide the opportunity to administer to individual needs; however, we are unable to adequately meet the needs of children who are physically, emotionally, behaviorally or intellectually challenged.
The admission committee may make recommendations to the head of school, who has the ultimate authority and sole discretion in the decisions of whether or not to admit or re-enroll a student.
- The student shall display high academic standards.
- Previous School records will be examined.
- Testing, per St. John’s policy, will be evaluated for academic readiness.
Students shall display attitudes of respect and cooperation.
The parent shall provide all necessary information and documents necessary to apply.
- Application and fees for admission
- Student health inventory and immunization records
- Birth Certificate
- Release for past scholastic records
Acceptance for admission to St. John’s Episcopal School will be probationary for a period of no less than four weeks and not more than eighteen weeks to determine whether a child’s needs can be met by the academic program at St. John’s.
It is the policy of St. John’s Episcopal School not to discriminate in violation of the law on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, and ancestry. All persons are encouraged to apply.