Admissions

We now are accepting applications for the 2017 - 2017 school year for students entering Transitional Kindergarten - Eighth Grade. Currently, there is space in Kindergarten and Second Grade as well as a few spaces left in some of the other grades.

We also are accepting applications for a Transitional Kindergarten. We are accepting children into Transitional Kindergarten who will be 4 1/2 years old on or before September 1, 2017.

Please call 408-283-5858 for more information
or to schedule a tour.


FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


ANYONE APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE 2016 - 2017 SCHOOL YEAR
PSAS
     English
     Spanish


Completed PSAS Application must be submitted to Mrs. Constantino by

BASIC FUND
- We will receive the forms by mid-January.


The BASIC FUND

This program is intended as a "Helping Hand" for children enrolling into a private school for the first time. The BASIC Fund forms a partnership
with parents in the education of their children and expects parents to be actively involved with the schools and their children.

BASIC FUND for Returning Saint Patrick School students -need to complete and sign the form received from BASIC Fund. In addition, you must complete the Re-Registration Agreement Form and The School Commitment Form. The form then needs to be given to Mrs. Constantino who will have the form completed by the school.
BASIC FUND for New students (Kindergarten – 8th Grade) need to complete the application form, bring a copy of your 2015 tax form and submit to Mrs. Constantino.

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You are invited to visit the school and get a tour. Please call 408- 283 - 5858 for more information.

We are glad you are interested in exploring St. Patrick School for your child's education. St. Patrick offers a learning environment that is nurturing, enriching and challenging. Our school community reflects the richness and diversity that makes up the people of Santa Clara Valley.

To experience St. Patrick visit us, talk with the students and faculty and imagine you child in one of our classrooms.

St. Patrick School accepts registration for students in kindergarten through seventh grade throughout the year. If you are interested in learning more about us, please read over the information provided and then give us a call at 283 - 5858. We would be glad to give you a tour and answer any questions you might have.

Some scholarships and financial assistance are available. Information on the qualifications is available.

Admission Priority
Students will be admitted to St. Patrick School in the following order:
• Children of families registered at St. Patrick Church that have siblings currently enrolled in St. Patrick School.

• Children of families who are members of a Catholic parish other than St. Patrick's and who have children currently in St. Patrick School.

• Children of families registered at St. Patrick Church.

• Children of families who are not members of any other Catholic parish and who currently have children enrolled in St. Patrick School.

• Children of families who are members of another Catholic Parish.

• All others not in categories 1-5.

* Families who previously had children attending St. Patrick School will be given special consideration.

* Students applying for Kindergarten will be screened for readiness

Non-Discrimination Policy

St. Patrick School, mindful of its primary mission as an instrument of the educational ministry of the Church, and witness to the love of Christ for all people, shall admit students of any race, color, racial and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students. Schools in the Diocese of San Jose do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and/or ethnic origin, age, sex or disability in the administration of education policies, scholarship and loan programs, or in athletic and other school-administered programs. (Non-Discrimination Policy)

St. Patrick School, mindful of its primary mission as an instrument of the educational ministry of the Church, and witness to the love of Christ for all people, shall admit students of any race, color, racial and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students. Schools in the Diocese of San Jose do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and/or ethnic origin, age, sex or disability in the administration of education policies, scholarship and loan programs, or in athletic and other school-administered programs.