Along with the application, all prospective students should submit the following:

  • Birth certificate
  • Baptismal certificate (if applicable)
  • Copy of most recent report card or progress report
  • Copy of most recent standardized test scores (if applicable)
  • Copy of current IEP and/or 504 Accommodation Plan
  • Non-refundable application fee of $100 per student ($200 max. per family)

Pre-Kindergarten Admission Requirements:

  • Pre-K students must be 4 years old by September 1st of the enrollment year
  • Pre-K students must be able to use the restroom independently and without adult assistance by the start of the school year
  • For a list of frequently asked questions about Pre-K, please click here

Kindergarten Admission Requirements:

  • Must be 5 years old by September 1st of the enrollment year
  • Successful completion of the entrance assessment

Grades 1-8 Admission Requirements:

  • Must have successfully completed the previous grade
  • Successful completion of the St. Louis School entrance assessment
  • Personal interview with school guidance counselor or administrator

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Admissions Testing:

  • Prospective students in grades 1 through 8: Once we receive a completed application, we will contact you to schedule testing at a mutually agreeable time. Once the entrance exam is complete, an admission decision will be made and communicated within a week.

Private Tours:  At this time, private tours are postponed until further notice due to COVID-19 safety requirements.

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Admission Policy

St. Louis School adheres to the Archdiocesan policy of admission that students who desire an educational experience founded on the Christian philosophy of education and who fulfill the age, health, and academic requirements as stated subsequently, are eligible for admission to Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore without discrimination.

Further, it is the policy of St. Louis School not to discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, and/or national ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies and admission policies.

It is the policy of St. Louis School not to discriminate against any applicant because of gender in any educational program and activity. Additionally, students seeking admission to the Catholic schools as a refuge or haven or for reasons that violate the Christian principles upon which the schools are founded are not to be admitted.

Admission Priorities

Admission is dependent upon the availability of openings and is based on the following priorities:

  1. Children who have brothers and/or sisters in the school
  2. Children of families registered at St. Louis Parish (length of time registered and participation in parish life are considered)
  3. Children of newly registered families moving into St. Louis Parish, transferring from another parochial school
  4. Children of newly registered families moving into St. Louis Parish
  5. Children of Catholic non-parishioners
  6. Non-Catholics

The religion of non-Catholics will be respected; however, the parents of such students will agree prior to admission that the non-Catholic student will fully participate in the St. Louis School religion curriculum, prayer, liturgies, and activities, with the exception of those activities not permitted by the Catholic Church, such as receiving sacraments.