Students are accepted to St. John’s Episcopal School on the following criteria:
The administration reserves the right to review the records of a student who wishes to be admitted to St. John’s. The academic, psychological, and social adjustment of applicant will be considered. A student may be asked to take a standardized placement test.
The administration will interview the child and the parents of the perspective students. St. John’s reserves the right to deny admittance to those students who do not reflect the academic and moral standards of St. Jon’s Episcopal School.
All new students who seek admission to St. John’s school will be accepted on the probationary basis for one grading period. Final acceptance will be determined by the classroom teacher and the administration.
Preschool students should be three to four years old by September 1st of the current school year. Students entering kindergarten should be five years old by September 1st of the current school year. Exceptions to this guideline may be made by the Principal based on the need of the individual student.
St. John’s Episcopal School is open to all children regardless of gender, race, color, creed, church affiliation, or national origin.
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