Application Overview

Priority application deadline is JANUARY 11, 2019

Decisions will be mailed February 22, 2019

Application Process Overview

Our on-line application system guides you step-by-step through the application process and allows you to upload documents, download needed forms, send electronic recommendation requests, and track the progress of your application. 

A complete application includes:

  1. Application for Admission
  2. Academic Records
  3. Principal Recommendation
  4. Teacher Recommendation
  5. High School Placement Test (HSPT) results.  Please visit the High School Placement Test page.
  6. If the student has an SAP, IEP, 504 or other similar documentation regarding the need for support, documents must be submitted to the Admissions office.
  7. Full disclosure of any disciplinary, behavioral or other issues during the middle/high school years.

Non-Discrimination Policy
Catholic Schools, administered under the authority of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, marital status, disability, national origin, or citizenship in the administration of their educational personnel, admissions, financial aid, athletic, and other school administered programs.

We accept non-Catholic students but please note that all students are required to complete eight (8) semesters of religion courses as well as attend school-sponsored religious activities (including weekly school Mass).

 

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    • 9th Grade Applicants
    • Transfer Applicants
    • Home School Applicants
    • International Student Applicants
    • SPECIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS:
      • Options Program for Students with Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disabilities – Saint John Paul the Great is proud to offer the Options Program.  The JP Options Program is an innovative, inclusive special education program for students with mild-to-moderate intellectual or cognitive disabilities who cannot access the general curriculum.The Options Program provides the opportunity for students to grow socially, spiritually, and academically alongside their peers in a Catholic environment. The program focuses on academic as well as vocational skills, with a highly individualized plan for each student. On graduation day, in lieu of a high school diploma, students receive a special Options Program certificate of completion.
      • Laudare Program for Students with Learning Disabilities – application (IEP, SAP and other testing records must accompany the application).  Students with diagnosed learning disabilities are invited to apply to our Laudare Program. Laudare is for students who are able to access the general education curriculum with a high level of academic support during the school day.  Latin for “to praise,” students receiving Laudare services enjoy daily academic support classes to assist with test preparation, homework support, and assignment completion. Students are taught study skills and organizational techniques, and grades are frequently monitored.

        Laudare teachers work with other teachers to ensure students learning needs are met.  Case managers closely monitor students academic progress and communicate frequently with parents. Laudare is a new program we offer here at Saint John Paul the Great, with low student to teacher ratios.  We are proud to launch this unique program as we seek to promote an inclusive, supported environment in which all students learn about faith, ethics, and the importance of personal responsibility and self-advocacy.