St. Laurence High School is gauging interest from families who have daughters who will be sophomores during the 2018-19 school year for potential admission into the school.
The decision comes after receiving interest from parents with daughters that are part of the graduating Class of 2021 who want to transfer to St. Laurence.
St. Laurence opened its doors to girls for the first time in the 2017-18 school year. The school originally only accepted girls in the sophomore through senior classes, but has received several inquiries about transfer students in the Class of 2021 in the past year.
Families can fill out an interest form at www.stlaurence.com/2021girls.
Upon filling out the form, families will be contacted by St. Laurence staff members regarding next steps.
St. Laurence will also be holding an information night at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 22 to share details about the transfer process, coed transition and background on the school.
Families will be expected to submit unofficial transcripts and a registration fee and partial tuition payment no later than Friday, March 2. Based on the number of families who apply and qualify, a decision will be made the week of March 12. If the school decides not to accept the class, the fee will be refunded. The fee will be non-refundable after the date of announcement.
Families with questions about St. Laurence or about the transfer process can contact Director of Admissions Joe Spano at email@example.com or (708) 458-6900, ext. 252.