Admissions Procedures Preschool and Kindergarten
Welcome. Thank you for your interest in The Cathedral School Preschool. We strive to admit families who are committed to becoming part of our community and our pursuit of excellence in education. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Preschool and Kindergarten
Step 1: Visit Us
The Cathedral School Preschool and Kindergarten accept applications on a rolling basis. Open Houses begin at the end of September and we encourage you to visit us. For inquiries and tours, please contact our Admissions Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, students for our Prekindergarten Program must be fully potty trained.
Step 2: Apply
We invite you to fill out our Application Form and submit the $50 processing fee as soon as possible in the fall. Once an application is received, our Admissions Director will contact you to set up a playdate and parent visit. Playdate visits begin in October and consist of time spent with a faculty member and exploration in our classroom. Kindergarten applicants are required to submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher. Forms will be provided by our Admissions Director upon submission of application.
Step 3: Admissions Decisions
Admissions Decisions will be made once visits are completed, on a rolling basis, with required reply within 2 weeks.
Optional Step 4: Complete Financial Aid Information
The Cathedral School requires families to submit financial aid requests through FACTS Management System. Financial Aid applications are available for Kindergarten through Eighth Grade beginning October 1st. To apply, visit www.FACTSmgt.com and create an account. Please note, there is a processing fee paid to FACTS for this service. We require all financial applications for our Kindergarten Program to be completed by January 10th, 2021.
*Any applications received after the deadline will be considered on a rolling basis if space remains in the grade.
The Cathedral School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or sex in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, and other school-administered programs and activities.