Admissions

Admission Priorities

The order of priority for acceptance to St. Isidore Catholic School follows:

  1. Continuing students in good standing at St. Isidore Catholic School who meet registration deadlines (students who do not meet registration deadlines may lose their priority standing).
  2. Siblings of Catholic families attending St. Isidore Catholic School/Holy Angels Preschool
  3. Siblings of non-Catholic families attending St. Isidore Catholic School / Holy Angels Preschool
  4. New Catholic Families
  5. New non-Catholic families

Probationary Admission

All students are admitted to St. Isidore Catholic School on a probationary basis. Probation covers conduct as well as grades and general participation. The school administration may terminate enrollment at any time.

Age for Admission

Documentation Requirements

At the time of initial registration, the school will require parent(s) to provide the school with copies of the student’s birth certificate, baptismal certificate, social security number, and health records including an up-to-date immunization record.

Physical Examination

Every new student must have a physical examination report on file in the school office by the first day of attendance. The report must be dated within 18 months of entrance. Students may not attend class until this information is on file.

The school will require all children to submit proof of having received a health assessment during the 18 months prior to entrance into first grade. The principal may grant permission to extend this to 90 days after entrance.

Immunizations

Immunizations can be a complicated topic which may be explained more fully by the child’s physician. Every child must show up-to-date proof of required immunizations by the submission of a current California School Immunization Record (this can be provided by the physician).

The California Health and Safety Code sections 120325-120380 set forth current California law on this topic; a summary follows:

Questions regarding immunizations should be directed to the principal. The following website provides thorough information: www.shotsforschool.org

Withdrawal

Two weeks’ notice by parents/guardians is required before the withdrawal of a student. An exit interview must also take place with the principal. Tuition and monthly extension contracts are prorated by day. All other fees/obligations will not be prorated. The registration fee is non-refundable. The school reserves the right to withhold student records until all financial obligations have been settled.