Admission and Tuition

Admission Policy
Salve Regina Catholic Academy proudly accepts students of all races, religions, and countries of origin. There can be no discrimination on the basis of race, sex, national origin, age (in accordance with the law) and disability, if, with reasonable accommodation on the part of the school, the disabled person’s needs could be met.

Click here to begin an online application for your child.

Requirements for New Registrants

  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Record – Must be up to date
  • Baptismal Certificate (if Catholic)
  • Report Card (if entering Grades 1-8)
  • Social Security Card
  • Completion of School Application
  • Payment of the $300 Registration Fee – NON-REFUNDABLE
  • Interview Process – Principal or Assistant Principal
  • Academic Clearance and Tuition Clearance if a Transfer Student from another Catholic School
  • Trial Attendance (When Necessary)
  • Individual Education Program (I.E.P.) – Failure to present the I.E.P. at registration will result in the voiding of the registration.
  • Registration is not complete until parents and students have signed the Student/Parent Handbook agreement

Requirements for Re-Registration

  • Prior year’s tuition must be cleared
  • Payment of the $200 Re-registration Fee – NON-REFUNDABLE
  • Re-registration fee balance must be cleared by August for their child to attend classes in September
  • Registration is not complete until parents and students have signed the Student/Parent Handbook agreement

Continued enrollment in Salve Regina Catholic Academy is contingent on full cooperation with
all handbook policies.

Tuition & Fees:
Tuition is billed in full at the beginning of the school year. However, as a convenience to
parents, tuition may be paid over a ten-month period, beginning in August, to Ridgewood Savings
Bank. The first tuition payment is due on Thursday, August 1. Future tuition payments are due
on the 15th of every month, with the final installment due on May 15. Families with outstanding
tuition may not attend the Extended Day program, field trips, or any additional fee-based
activity. Report cards cannot be issued to families with an outstanding balance. Parent
Conferences may not discuss specifics found in the Report Cards. Letters from the office may
not be requested. For returning students to begin class in September, they cannot have a
balance from the previous school year. New students that are transferring from Catholic
schools may not have a balance remaining at their previous school.

Download Forms:

  • New Student Registration Form
  • Re-registration Form for Existing Students
  • Student Health Form