HOW TO BECOME A SHAMROCK
Here are the requirements to be considered for the class of 2024:
1. A completed 2020-2021 application for admission
(Click the New Student Application Link on the left hand side of the page to start an application)
2. All supporting documentation submitted to registrar
Copies of 7th grade transcripts and most current 8th grade report cards
Copies of all middle school standardized test scores
*Photo Release Signed and Returned to Registrar
*Acceptable Use Policy for Technology Signed and Returned to Registrar
*Documents located on the side of the page are printable or downloadable
You can email the completed documents to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring them directly to the school office
3. Entrance exam taken and results received
4. Admissions interview with a member of the YC administration
The following schools will have the test administered on their campus and those dates are to be determined by their administration: St. Francis School, Immaculate Conception and Yuma Lutheran School.
Open dates for all other area 8th graders are on the following Saturdays:
· November 2nd
· November 16th
· January 11th
· January 25th
Pre-Registration for these test dates is required. Please call or email our registrar,
Chris Schiller at 928-317-7902 or email@example.com. There is a $25 fee for the test,
payable on the day of the test. (We can take cash, check or card)
Dates of Acceptance
*Early admission date is February 7th. We will evaluate all the students who have completed the above requirements and select a portion of those students to join the class of 2024.
Students not selected will remain in the pool of candidates until we finalize our class the week of April 13th.
*We expect to have more students applying then we have seats available in the class. Students accepted in either the early or the final selection period will have a limited time to complete the enrollment process and pay the $250 registration.
If the enrollment process is not completed in that time frame we will open up that spot to a student on the wait list.