Admissions

Admissions Timeline

List of 8 items.

  • October

    OPEN HOUSE

    Sunday, October 14, 2018 10am - 12pm


    Missed Open House?  
    Join us for an Admissions Information Session

    Tuesday, October 16, 2018 between 5pm and 8pm
    Thursday, October 18, 2018 between 8am and 11am

  • November

    ENTRANCE EXAM FOR STUDENTS ENTERING MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Apply online and register for the exam here Walk-in registrations welcome until available spaces are filled.
      
    Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 8:15am.  

    Students should bring two #2 pencils and may bring a small snack (e.g. granola bar) and water for the break. Pick-up time is approximately 10:30 am.


    FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION OPEN

    Families may begin the financial aid application process on November 15, 2018.  The online application can be found here.

    Financial aid applications are due by January 4, 2019 in order to be considered in the first round of decisions.  Applications will be accepted after January 4, though fewer funds will be available as the season progresses.
  • December

    ENTRANCE EXAMS

    Apply online and register for the exam here
     Walk-in registrations welcome until available spaces are filled.
     

    Testing Date 1: Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 8:15am.  

    Testing Date 2: Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 8:15am.

    Students should bring two #2 pencils and may bring a small snack (e.g. granola bar) and water for the break. Pick-up time for middle school applicants is approximately 10:30 am;  high school applicants will finish at approximately 11:30 am.
  • January

    TRANSCRIPTS & RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Admissions Office will send a request for a transcript and a school recommendation to the applicant's current school. If you wish to add other recommendations from teachers, guidance counselors, or principals, please have them sent to the Admissions Office by January 9, 2019. We only accept recommendations from those who know the student from an academic standpoint. Letters from other parties are not considered during the admissions process.


  • February

    NOTIFICATION DATE 

    Decision letters will be emailed on February 1, 2019. Please do not call the Admissions Office prior to that date; by Diocesan agreement, we will not be able to offer any information. Every applicant will be notified of the decision made by the Admissions Committee. 

    ENTRANCE EXAM

    Apply online and register for the exam here.  Walk-in registrations welcome until available spaces are filled.
     
    Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 8:15am.  

    Students should bring two #2 pencils and may bring a small snack (e.g. granola bar) and water for the break. Pick-up time for middle school applicants is approximately 10:30 am;  high school applicants will finish at approximately 11:30 am.

    Decision letters will be sent on a rolling admissions basis.


    ACCEPTED STUDENTS & PARENTS DAY

    Sunday, February 10, 2019:  An opportunity for accepted students and parents to learn more about MSC through information sessions and activities.  More details will be forthcoming with acceptance packages.
  • March

    REGISTRATION FORMS DUE

    Registration forms and deposit are due March 1st. Instructions on how to complete the online registration and payment for the tuition deposit and one-time registration fee will be emailed with the acceptance letter.
  • April

    COURSE SELECTION

    The course selection process begins for registered students.
  • May

    ENTRANCE EXAM

    Apply online and register for the exam here.  Walk-in registrations welcome until available spaces are filled.
     
    Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 8:15am.  

    Students should bring two #2 pencils and may bring a small snack (e.g. granola bar) and water for the break. Pick-up time for middle school applicants is approximately 10:30 am;  high school applicants will finish at approximately 11:30 am.

    Decision letters will be sent on a rolling admissions basis.
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