ADMISSION SELECTION PROCEDURES
St. Francis de Sales Central Catholic School admits students of any sex, race, color, nationality and ethnicity to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to students in the school.
Admissions may be made on a rolling basis. Applicants must complete all necessary registration forms and submit a non-refundable registration fee to be given full consideration for admission. Eligible students will be selected and admitted into the school based upon the maximum capacity of classrooms as set by Diocesan policy and in accordance with the following categories in order of preference:
1. Students of currently enrolled families at SFCCS;
2. Children of full-time employees of SFCCS;
3. Catholic students of families not currently enrolled at SFCCS;
4. Non-Catholic students of families not currently enrolled at SFCCS.
All new admissions to St. Francis Central Catholic are probationary for a period of one semester. At the end of the semester, probationary status can either be removed or continued for a period of one additional semester. If probationary status is continued, the parents and student will be notified in writing as to why probationary status has been continued and what concrete actions must be taken to remove the probationary status.
All decisions regarding admissions shall be subject to the discretion of the Designated Pastor in consultation with the Administration.