Welcome to Saint Ambrose School Admissions
Thanks for checking out Saint Ambrose Catholic STEAM School! We are Everything for Every Student every day! We are the first STEAM school in the state of Ohio and we think outside the box! Read on to find out what is required to enroll your child at Saint Ambrose School.
**Please call 330.460.7318 or email Admissions@StASchool.us for more information or to schedule a personal tour for our Preschool and K-8 Grade School.
- 2020-2021 Admissions Forms will be available in January 2020.
Personal Tour Dates: Families interested in receiving a personal tour of Saint Ambrose School or to schedule a student shadow day can call the Admissions Office at 330.460.7318, or email Admissions@StASchool.us
Transportation: Transportation by bus is provided to students in Brunswick City Schools, Buckeye School District students and students in the Medina City Schools District. Payment in lieu of transportation is established and available for Strongsville City School District families. Other city school districts may also offer payment in lieu of transportation upon inquiry. For more information please contact the Institutional Advancement Office at 330-460-7318 or BLogue@StAschool.us
Preschool: All students entering Preschool must be age 3 and fully potty-trained by August 1. This age is not flexible due to our License. We do offer a 2 year old caregiver and child early immersion class and program. Please visit the Preschool page for more information. Preschool classes do fill quickly; please review admissions process and dates of applications carefully. Preschool families have early priority enrollment for Kindergarten. Interested in learning more about our Preschool program and school?
Kindergarten: All students entering Kindergarten must be age 5 by August 1. We follow Brunswick City School District and Medina County age requirements. Kindergarten classes do fill quickly; please review admissions process and dates of applications carefully. Interested in learning more about our Kindergarten program and school?
Registration: Priority family enrollment begins in January each year for the following school year. Priority enrollment is extended to all existing school families and active parishioners, with existing school families receiving the first priority. Existing school families will receive enrollment packets home with your child in early January. Additional packets will be available for pickup in both the parish and school office beginning mid January 2020. In order to Register, new families must complete our registration packet and submit a registration fee. Our Kindergarten classes fill VERY QUICKLY!
Please contact our office to inquire about openings in grades K-8 if you are transitioning at the start or during the school year.
TRANSFER STUDENT REQUIREMENTS
1. A meeting with the Principal is required for consideration of admission to Saint Ambrose School.
2. Copies of transcripts and any special education plans are also needed in addition to registration paperwork.
3. MAP Assessment. If your school does not participate in MAP, please let us know and we will schedule your child to be tested so we can best understand and best meet their needs.
SAS and LAPS Priority Enrollment Dates for 2020-2021 School Year
Fall Open House- Sunday, November 10th, 10am-12:30pm
Winter Open House- Sunday, January 12th, 10am-12:30pm
2020-2021 Priority Enrollment: January 12, 2020 – February 3, 2020 (existing school families and parishioners)
2019-2020 Open Enrollment: February 13, 2020 until classes are filled. Our Kindergarten classes fill VERY QUICKLY!
Online Admissions Enrollment Coming for 2020-2021.
Financial Aid and Tuition
Saint Ambrose Catholic School recruits and admits students of any race, color, gender, or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to all students. Saint Ambrose welcomes applications from families of all backgrounds.
The highest value in Catholic education, Saint Ambrose is a learning community based on the values of Jesus Christ and the faith and rich tradition of the Roman Catholic Church.