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Freshman Admissions

Freshman admission begins in the fall of 8th grade year. 

The application process for girls, class of 2028 is closed and on a waitlist. It is highly unlikely that it will re-open

To be placed on the Application Waitlist, please complete the form via the box below



Prior to beginning an application, please first contact our Dean of 
Admissions, Candace Castiglione at 
to inquire about space in the class. 



Step two: Apply- Applications for the class of 2029 will go live on October 1st. 


Step one: ShadowShadow days for the fall of 2024 will be posted in mid August

All students are required to complete an online application prior to acceptance.
There are three sections to a student's application:

      Initial application portion completed by the student & parents

      Teacher recommendation- to be completed by a current 8th grade teacher. 

      Transcripts/grades- parents are required to submit a transcript request form to their child's
      school counselor to request transcripts be sent. 


All of the above steps are included with the application account that you will create for your child.
Please be sure to read each of the steps as they are very detailed. 

Parents are required to request the teacher recommendation and transcripts-
we cannot request them on your behalf. 

The High School Placement Test (HSPT) is not offered or required for admission to St. Mary's Prep. 


Applicants Requiring Academic Accommodations 

If the applicant is on a current documented and supported IEP, 504 or another form of
an accommodation plan, please contact the 9th grade academic dean respective to your child's
division to schedule a time to speak to them to discuss your applicant:

Girls Division- Mrs. Margie McElyea

Boys Division- Mr. Jeff Giolitti


It is important that our staff discusses the applicant’s accommodation plan with you

so that we may further be aware of the specialized needs of the student.

Our priority is to ensure the academic success of every
prospective student and having these conversations first is a wonderful way to start.

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