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Admissions Policy

General Requirements

St. Frederick High School is a co-educational, diocesan Catholic school serving students in grades 7-12. Admission is open to students who wish to pursue their school studies in a safe and caring learning environment and who meet admissions requirements.  Admissions information is evaluated to determine if the student is prepared to meet the school's academic and disciplinary standards.

St. Frederick High School admits qualified students to its programs. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, athletic programs, or other programs.

A student who has been expelled from another school, who has not met the academic requirements of his former school, or who, in the view of the St. Frederick administration, has a history of serious academic or behavior problems, will not be admitted.

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Student Shadow Visit Procedure

We welcome the opponrtinty for prospective students to shadow at our school. Come spend a day seeing SFHS through the eyes of a student. In order to begin the process, the click on the button below and submit form found there. 

Student Shadow Form

Feeder School Admission

(Jesus the Good Shepherd School and Our Lady of Fatima School)

For students entering from a feeder school, the following information is evaluated: the student's overall school record, recommendation of the feeder school principal, and admissions interview when deemed necessary or appropriate. Priority is given to feeder school students whose completed enrollment applications are submitted by the registration deadline.

Transfer Student Admission

Students wishing to transfer from any state-approved school or home school must complete an admissions application, provide the indicated educational records, and schedule an admissions interview. The following information is evaluated to make an admissions decision:

  • placement/admissions test (when indicated)
  • the admissions interview
  • school transcript
  • record of current grades
  • recent standardized test scores
  • discipline records
  • attendance records
  • recommendations from the previous school

All transfer students are considered probationary students for the first semester of attendance. During this time, grades, attendance, and discipline are monitored, and the student's status is reevaluated at semester end, at which time the provisional status may be removed.

Application Process

New Student Inquiry Form