Saint Ambrose School admits students of any sex, race, creed, color, national and Ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded to students at the school.
Priority and Early Admissions Eligibility: Saint Ambrose School and Littlest Angels Preschool
- Member of a Catholic Church.
- Current Saint Ambrose School students and siblings.**
- Current Littlest Angels Preschool families.**
- Registered members of Saint Ambrose Parish.
- Registered members of Saint Colette Parish.
- Students who are five (5) years old by September 30, 2017 or age eligible to attend Saint Ambrose School All-Day Kindergarten.
2017-2018 ADMISSIONS TIMELINE
January 18th- Priority Enrollment begins for current Saint Ambrose School and Preschool Families-packets sent home.**
January 19th-Priority Enrollment begins for Saint Ambrose Parishioners. Packets available at the parish & school offices & online download.
January 29th- SAINT AMBROSE DAY SCHOOL AND PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE 11AM-2PM.
February 13th-Deadline for Priority Enrollment.**
February 13th-Early Enrollment begins for Saint Colette Parishioners.
February 20th- Open Enrollment begins based on remaining space and availability.
**First priority guaranteed to all current Saint Ambrose School and Preschool families through February 13th, 2017.
For any admissions questions, to have enrollment forms sent to you and or to schedule a personal tour please contact our Admissions Office at 330-460-7318 or admissions@STASchool.us. We are happy to assist!
Transfer Student Policy
All transfer admissions are subject to approval of the Principal and based on criteria that include acceptable school records in academic, psychological, attendance and conduct matters. Transfer admissions are also based on space availability. The Saint Ambrose School administration holds the right to require specific assessments for entrance into its academic program. All transfer students are accepted on probationary status for the first interim period or longer if necessary to assess whether or not the school program will best support the student’s learning and development.