Applicants for admission to Saint John's School should be academically oriented and be able to meet demanding standards and curricular, instructional, and behavioral high expectations.
Where applicable, criteria for admission include evidence of previous academic success, positive school behavior/citizenship, and proof of ability to succeed in the academic and social environment at Saint John's School.
All candidates are given careful consideration in the admissions process, and any adverse decisions are made regretfully but with the best interest of the child and the school in mind. The final decision on an applicant's admission is based on the collective experience and judgment of the school administrators, psychologist, and counselor on the Admissions Committee.
All applicants are informed in writing or by phone call of the action taken on admissions. Each applicant's admission folder and content is the property of Saint John's School and may not be copied or released to parents and/or guardians.