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San Jose Catholic School will be accepting applications for the 2017/2018 school year beginning February 1st, 2016 for new students. Please download our application form and return it to the main office at your earliest convenience. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us, or stop by. We are always available to assist you with any part of the enrollment process.

Registration Procedures

Parents wishing to register their child at San Jose Catholic School must:

  1. Complete the necessary registration forms.
  2. Birth Certificate
  3. Current Florida Certification of Immunization (Form 680)
  4. School Entry Health Exam
  5. Baptismal Certificate (Catholic) or Certificate of reception into Catholic Church
  6. VPK Certificate of Eligibility
  7. Record Release Form
  8. Recent report card and previous two years report cards (if applicable)
  9. Standardized Tests (grades 2-8)
  10. Psychological-Educational Test Results (if applicable)
  11. Copy of current Individualized Education Plan, Service Plan or 504 Plan (if applicable)
  12. Pay required fees.

Waiting Lists

Currently enrolled students will receive priority for admissions. New families may have to be put on a waiting list pending class sizes. Early registration is recommended.

Educational Needs / Accommodations (DOSA Policy 700.7)

The Catholic school community in the Diocese of St. Augustine has a goal of helping all children reach their full potential intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. Individual schools establish admission policies for their own schools, which target students who are able to manage in a mainstream setting. Limited resources prevent us from accepting students who would require more than simple accommodations.


To withdraw a student, parents/guardians must complete a withdrawal form. All accounts must be paid in full (i.e., tuition, academic fees, cafeteria program, library fines). All textbooks and library books must be returned. Once all these conditions are satisfied, official school transcripts can be released to other schools.

Withdrawal Fees

If a student is withdrawn from SJCS at any time during the academic school year, the family will be financially responsible for two months of tuition from date of withdrawal.