PreK-Grade 8 Admissions Intro

PreK-Grade 8 Admissions

PreK-Grade 8 Admissions


Why choose Saint Agnes School?


  • We offer a strong Catholic education, starting at 8 weeks old - 3 years in the Early Learning Center to Preschool (4 year olds) through Grade 8 at the Elementary School
  • We offer specialist classes in art, music, physical education, STEM, Drama, and world language - (Spanish / Latin-Grades 6-8).
  • We have a full time Special Education department that services I.E.P. & 504 plans.
  • We have 2 counselors- 1 for grades K0-5 and one for grades 6-8 to meet the social and emotional support needs of our students.
  • Our classrooms have interactive technology, such as SMART Boards, access to Chromebooks, and / or Ipads to further enhance the student learning experience.
  • Students participate in faith formation activities, with school liturgies at least once per month, as well as adoration and confession.
  • We offer sibling discounts!





A unique Middle School program...


  • Seventh and eighth grade students can take Honors classes in Mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • Core subject teachers collaborate with the teachers at Arlington Catholic.
  • Seventh and eighth graders are able to participate in sub varsity sports at Arlington Catholic.
  • We have a variety of clubs
  • We have administrators who oversee the entire middle school experience (Associate Principal for Academics, 6-12 and Director of the Middle School).
  • Beginning in the seventh grade, eligible students can be members of our National Junior Honor Society (NJHS).
  • Saint Agnes School students, who successfully complete eighth grade, are eligible to recieve automatic entrance into Arlington Catholic High School, eliminating the application process, and making the High School Placement Test (HSPT) optional.



Saint Agnes School admits students of any race, religion, color, nationality or ethnicity to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School.  The School does not discriminate on the basis or race, color, nationality or ethnicity in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or in the hiring of school personnel.

Non-Catholic students are welcome at Saint Agnes School with the understanding that they accept the Catholic philosophy of the School, participate in religion classes, and attend the School’s religious activities.

Students transferring from another Catholic, public, or private school will be accepted on the basis of space availability, their academic record, and the recommendations they provide from their previous schools.  In making admissions decisions, the School may also consider a number of other factors including whether the applicant is a sibling of a child currently or previously enrolled in the School, and whether the applicant is a member of Saint Agnes, Saint Camillus or Saint Eulalia Parish.