Registration for 2020 - 2021 is now available online!
St. Isaac Jogues welcomes all families who are seeking an authentic Catholic education, who support our vision, and whose children meet our enrollment requirements.
- Pre-School children must be three-years-old by September 1 of the year they are enrolling.
- Pre-Kindergarten children must be four-years-old by September 1 of the year they are enrolling.
- Kindergarten children must be five-years-old by September 1 of the year they are enrolling.
Request an Information Packet
The information packet can be picked up in the school office or mailed to you upon request. Please contact the school office to request an information packet to be mailed to you.
586-771-3525 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule a Visit
Prospective students are encouraged to spend a day shadowing at St. Isaac's. This visit can be scheduled through the school office (see contact information above).
An interview will be scheduled with the parents and the Principal at the end of the Shadow Day to discuss enrollment and placement.
Complete the Application Process
- Complete Registration online.
- Sign a tuition agreement form and enroll with FACTS Tuition Management.
- Sign acceptance of the Parent/Student Handbook.
- Gather the following documents and submit them to the school office (Note that these documents constitute an essential element of the admission process and therefore must be submitted prior to acceptance.)
- A copy of birth certificate
- A copy of baptismal certificate (if applicable)
- Most recent copy of report card / academic scores
- Core Subject / Counselor Recommendation form
- Behavioral Code of Conduct form
- Request a release of student records form (if applicable)
- Michigan law requires that parents submit written evidence of their child's immunizations before being admitted
- Special academic and/or psychological evaluation may be required at the discretion of the Principal
Admission Policies are non-discriminatory in terms of sex, race, color, ethnicity, or national origin. Students are accepted on the basis of meeting the standards of achievement and behavior. It is also the right and duty of the school to decline the application of students who require professional competency beyond staff training.