The following documents are required to complete an application for consideration:
- Birth Certificate
Parish Verification Form
Student Evaluation Form completed by Teacher
Grades 1-7 - School Transcripts (Report Cards and Standardized Testing)
- Application Fee is $175 (Reapplication Fee is $95)
- Applications received after the annual April notification date are processed based on space availability.
Step 2: Pre-Admission Screening (regular admissions season)
Once a completed application is received by the Admissions Office, you will be contacted to schedule pre-admissions screening. Kindergarten applicants are assessed for readiness and developmentally appropriate skills that assist in predicting success in our program (45 minutes). Applicants for all grade levels will be screened for academic benchmarks.
Step 3: Decision Notification Date
During the regular admissions season, decision letters are emailed the first weekend of April.
Step 4: Candidate Acceptance Reply Date
Candidate Acceptance reply date is sent with the email notifying an applicant of enrollment. To secure their space, families will be asked to submit a $500 deposit of which $250 is applied towards tuition.
General Admissions Information from the Archdiocese of Atlanta
Queen of Angels Catholic School admits students of any race, sex, color, national, or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of educational policies, admissions policies, loan programs, and other school administered programs.
Queen of Angels follows Georgia State Law regarding age for school entrance. For kindergarten, a child must be 5 years old on or before September 1st. Local transfer of students into grade 8 from any public, private, or Archdiocesan school are not considered. Students whose families have relocated to the Atlanta area can apply for admission into Grade 8.
Information obtained during the application process is confidential and includes, but not limited to entrance test scores, teacher evaluations, report card grades, standardized test scores and other information provided.
Students must also meet state standards for immunization. There is no provisional admission. For medical exemptions, a physician must indicate the Immunization Form. The Catholic Church does not recognize an exemption based upon matter of conscience or religious exemption.
Note: All new students must have a physical exam and meet all state requirements for a second dose of mumps vaccine and a second dose of varicella vaccine. The child’s current Form 3231 should be marked “Complete for School Attendance.”
Georgia Form 3300 - Certificate of Vision, Hearing, Dental, and Nutrition Screening - is also required for enrollment.