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We are thrilled that your family is considering the possibility of joining our Catholic Central family! If you choose to apply for admission, we promise to treat your application with great care.

*There is no fee to apply for admission to Catholic Central High School.

2021-22 INCOMING FRESHMAN (9TH GRADE) STUDENT ADMISSION APPLICATION

Please follow the steps below to complete the application:

  1. Create your onBoard online application account.
      • You will be able to login to this account at any time after you submit the application.
  2. Complete and submit your application through onBoard as soon as possible.
      • The application will automatically save as you fill it out.
      • Please note: your student will be asked to write a Student Personal Statement about how their personal values and goals can be supported by Catholic Central’s mission.
  3. Upload documents to your onBoard account as soon as possible:
      • *Report Cards
        • Copy of 7th & 8th grade report cards
      • *Standardized Test Scores
        • Copy of most recent standardized test scores, such as PSAT 8/9, MAP, etc.
      • Academic Support Documentation (if applicable)
        • If your student currently receives and will continue to need academic support, please submit the academic plan (PSP, PLP, 504, IEP, etc.), medical and educational evaluations, as well as any other supporting documentation

*If your student attends one of the following schools, you do NOT need to provide a copy of your student’s Report Cards or Standardized Test Scores:

Corpus Christi  –  Immaculate Heart of Mary  –  St. John Vianney  –  St. Patrick (Parnell)

2020-21 9th-11th GRADE TRANSFER STUDENT ADMISSION APPLICATION

Please follow the steps below to complete the application:

  1. Create your onBoard online application account.
      • You will be able to login to this account at any time after you submit the application.
  2. Complete and submit your application through onBoard as soon as possible.
      • The application will automatically save as you fill it out.
      • Please note: your student will be asked to write a Student Personal Statement about how their personal values and goals can be supported by Catholic Central’s mission.
  3. Upload documents to your onBoard account as soon as possible:
      • Report Cards
        • Copy of most recent Report Card
      • High School Transcript
        • Copy of up-to-date transcript
      • Standardized Test Scores
        • Copy of most recent standardized test scores, such as PSAT 8/9, MAP, etc.
      • Academic Support Documentation (if applicable)
        • If your student currently receives and will continue to need academic support, please submit the academic plan (PSP, PLP, 504, IEP, etc.), medical and educational evaluations, as well as any other supporting documentation

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Catholic Central partners with Educatius and Global Academic and Cultural Studies. These organizations provide host families with a network of support. Friendly, local Community Coordinators match international students from more than 50 countries with host families and schools in their area. Any international student interested in attending Catholic Central High School must apply through one of our partnered organizations.

Please contact an organization directly:

– Educatius Group: Christian Rodriguez, Christian.Rodriguez@educatius.org

– Global Academic and Cultural Studies: Linda Tunks, linda@gacs-intl.org  or (574) 370-3559

Related Podcast

THROUGH THE EYES OF A TRANSFER STUDENT

Not everyone comes to Catholic Central as a freshman. After struggling with public school, Bri Outwarter transferred to CC in the hopes of finding a community where she could thrive. We sit down with Bri and her parents Kristen and Ben to discuss what it is like to change schools, the challenges faced and how Catholic Central affected their lives.

(after transferring to CC) I love my school. I look forward to going every day...it just feels really good to be so welcomed and be around people who have the same interests as me and people I can relate to.

— Bri Outwater, Transfer Student