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Notes for Prospective Students
School Tours & Open Houses: Small group tours for prospective
parents are offered on Tuesday mornings from 10:15 a.m.
â€“ 11:00 a.m.
To make an appointment, please
call the school office and speak to Mrs. Dillon, our school
secretary, at (415) 751-9564.
Families are welcome and encouraged
to attend our Community Open House on Sunday, November 9th 2008
from 11:30 a.m.
Please check our
website for family and community events during the 2008 - 2009
Eligibility for Enrollment: At St. Monica School, the
development or behavioral age of the child is a strong factor in
The developmental age is an assessment at
which the child is functioning as a total person: emotionally,
intellectually, physically and socially.
and/or chronological age are not necessarily guarantees of academic
The prospective student must be able to understand and
speak English proficiently.
Kindergarten: A child must be five
years of age by December 1st in order to be eligible for entrance
into the St. Monica School Kindergarten class.
It is advisable that
children have pre-school experience before attending Kindergarten.
After an application has been submitted, appointments for the
Kindergarten Readiness Assessment will be scheduled, first held on
a Saturday morning in January/February.
The preferred application
deadline is January 31st.
Incoming 1st through 8th Grades: Transfer
students are welcome at any time.
A child will be accepted into St.
Monica if he or she is assessed as being able to perform
academically at grade level.
In order for this judgment to be
fairly made, a full day classroom visitation and testing for the
prospective student is provided at every grade level.
We may not be
able to accommodate students applying for Grades 1st through 8th if
the studentâ€™s previous school indicates that
there have been continuing problems in the areas of self-control
and/or study habits.
Acceptance priorities: 1.
Child is a sibling
of an enrollment student 2.
Child is Catholic and parents live
within the St. Monica Parish boundaries 3.
Child is a Catholic and
parents do not live within the St. Monica Parish boundaries 4.
Child is not Catholic Families of all faiths are welcome