A. St. Vincent de
Paul School exists primarily to educate those Parish children
whose families are committed to the Catholic faith and Catholic
Vincent de Paul School admits qualified students of any race,
color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its
educational policies and scholarships. Students possessing
physical or emotional disabilities will not be denied admission
solely by reason of the disability.
C. Normally, no more than 30
students will be accepted for grades 1-8. A waiting list will be
established as soon as classes are filled.
D. As openings occur for each grade
level, admissions are considered on the following priority basis
(any exceptions must be approved by the pastor):
NOTE: Families registered in more
than one parish will be considered non-parishioners.
1. Children of St. Vincent de Paul
parishioners who have children presently enrolled in the school.
2. Children of parishioners who are registered in and supportive
of St. Vincent de Paul Parish.
Supportive families are those who regularly support the
financial needs of the Parish (only the
regularity of the financial support is considered – not the
amount). The length of time a
family has been registered in and supportive of the Parish and
their level of involvement in
parish life are taken into consideration.
of non-parishioners who have children presently enrolled in the
4. Children of families who are
registered in other Catholic parishes with first preference
given to Parish
5. Children of parishioners who are
registered in the St. Vincent de Paul Parish.
6. Children of
E. Admission of students is
dependent upon the results of testing and an interview by a
faculty member and/or the principal. Admission is also
contingent upon receipt and review of prior school records.
F. A child must be 6
years of age by August 31 for entrance into the first grade
and/or meet our school’s first grade criteria. (Exceptions: See
G. An immunization form must be
submitted by all new students before a child can attend school.