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How to Apply

Choosing the right school for your child is hard so we want to make the application process for St. Ann School as easy as possible. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact our main office at  

(312) 829-4153. 

Step 1

Schedule a tour by calling our main office at (312) 829-4153, or schedule a tour online and submit our online inquiry form.

Step 2 (optional)

Schedule a shadow day! Students will have the opportunity to meet their corresponding grade-level teacher and class. 

Step 3
Step 4

Submit the application fee. 

$75 before March 1st

$175 after March 1st 

The following documentation will also be needed by the beginning of the school year: 

  • Copy of child’s birth certificate (PK-8)

  • Immunization / Physical Record (PK-8)

  • Eye Exam (K-8)

  • Dental Form (K-8)

  • Most Recent Report Card (K-8)

  • Standardized Test Results (3-8)

  • Baptismal certificate (if applicable)

  • First Communion certificate (if applicable)

  • Confirmation  certificate (if applicable)

  • 504 IEP (If applies)

Step 5

Admission status will be determined. Acceptance packets are mailed/emailed.

Step 6

Apply for a scholarship if needed. Register on FACTS for financial assistance and scholarship opportunities or contact our main office.

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St. Ann students
St. Ann students

tuition & financial assistance

It is our priority to provide a Catholic education for all who seek it. St. Ann School offers many financial aid and scholarship opportunities. Please visit our Financial aid page for more information.

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admission requirements

There are certain age and class size restrictions which could at times limit the school’s ability to accept a student. Per state regulations, for students entering PK and Kindergarten, the following requirements must be met:

• PK 3—Age 3 by September 1st
• PK 4—Age 4 by September 1st
• Kindergarten—Age 5 by September 1st
• All children must be fully potty trained

Transfer Students

All incoming students will be screened before acceptance. If applicable, the former school will be called and questions regarding attendance, academics, discipline, and special education needs if applicable. The first 4-5 weeks of a new student’s time will be technically a probationary enrollment. Successful completion of the obligations and expectations will indicate a successful transfer and the transition from probationary to standard enrollment.

  • Transfer forms

  • Most recent report card & records from previous school (1-8)

  • Test records (3-8 )

  • Copy of IEP (if applicable)

St. Ann School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex and/or national origin.

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