Admissions Process - PreK3 to Grade 8

2021-22 Registration

Welcome to St. John School. We hope you are excited to join the St. John School community and we welcome you! 

During Coronavirus:

St. John School has been in continuous in-person teaching every day since August 2020. To facilitate this goal, many Covid policy adjustments have been in place. One of the new policy changes is the physical closure of our St. John campus to visitors. If you have not toured the school or if you missed our Virtual Open House, we invite you to call our school office. We are taking appointments for private tours, starting in April. 

Please see released statement from St. John School teachers (June 2020).


Please click on the links below for necessary paperwork for your child's grade. Please call us at 860-388-0849 with any questions. Paperwork can be mailed or scanned and emailed to (please mail any checks, made payable to St. John School to our school office).

PreK Only 

Kindergarten - Grade 8

 Other Admissions Information:

  • St. John School welcomes students from all cultures, creeds and ethnic groups. 
  • Preference is given to siblings of current students and parishioners of area Catholic parishes.  Non-Catholic students are very welcome to join our school community.
  • Applicants may be screened/tested to determine the level of readiness and/or academic achievement to be certain the needs of the student will be met by the school.
  • St. John School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEAS&C), and is approved by the State of Connecticut. 
  • General tuition/fee information is available in the Tuition section of the school website.  Parish subsidies and financial aid are available, with discounts for multiple siblings attending concurrently.  St. John School uses the FACTS Tuition Management Program to allow families to manage tuition costs with various payment schedule options.
  • Each family is also required to contribute a minimum financial donation (assessment), usually through fundraising, and a minimum number of volunteer hours per year.  See here for more information on assessment and volunteer requirements per family. 
  • Registration begins in January for the coming academic year, although mid-year placements are also available.  Contact the Principal for admissions and registration questions or information.