Your first step is to schedule a tour with our school office.
When you come for your tour, please bring copies of your student’s report cards, learning accommodation information, or any documents that will allow us to view your students academic progress.
Most of the application comprises biographical information, grades, test scores, and activities.
The essay and interview provide two opportunities for the admissions office to get to know students beyond numbers and statistics, providing a human element to the application.
Important Dates to Remember: October 14 - November 15, 2019: Students who attend Archdiocesan schools or participate in Catholic Parish School of Religion (PSR) should complete the Archdiocesan Catholic High School online application. Dianne Dunning-Gill '88, Director of Enrollment Management, by phone at (314) 394-4321, or by email at [email protected] more information or to schedule a tour. Joseph’s Academy is a private, Catholic high school for girls in St. Our community expects these young women to make a profound impact in the world.
Instead, encourage your student to clarify experiences and ideas so that schools can begin to recognize the unique child you already know so well.
Private schools are communities, and admissions officers try to picture how prospective students will fit their schools, so the essay should give a sense of the student beyond what’s already listed in the application.
Keeping this in mind, here are a few tips to help you approach the essay: Finally, for parents — when working with your student on an admissions essay, remember that admissions officers understand grade level expectations.
Photo credit: trinhfelix via Creative Commons Anindita is a writer and educator with a strong interest in technology.
Prior to joining The Writing Faculty, she was the Director of Education at Inspirica, a founding faculty member at the Community Charter School of Cambridge, and a researcher at the MIT Media Lab.