Applicants admission to Saint Olaf Catholic School will be reviewed in the following order:
- Children whose siblings are presently enrolled
- Children of Saint Olaf Parish
- Children from other Catholic parishes
- Children of non-Catholic families
*Principal and the pastor share authority and responsibility for the admission of students.
NON-DISCRIMINATION AND COMPLIANCE WITH TITLE IX EDUCATION ACT (POLICY 1200)
The elementary/middle and secondary Catholic schools of the Diocese of Salt Lake City under the jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Bishop, the Superintendent and the Diocesan School Board, attest that they do not discriminate in admitting students of any race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin in its admission policies, treatment of students, and its employment practices.
Programs and Activities
These schools do not discriminate by race, color, sex, nationality, religion or ethnic origin in the administration of their educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and extracurricular activities, or in other school-administered programs in employment or promotion practices.
Pre-Kindergarten: Must be four years of age on or before September 1.
Kindergarten: Must be five years of age on or before September 1.
First Grade: Must be six years of age on or before September 1, and have been in a Kindergarten program the previous year.
New Student: A test may be required to ascertain the level of ability of each new student. Since Saint Olaf Catholic School is primarily structural and academic, and because there is limited personnel, the school is not capable of accommodating students who have severe learning disabilities.
Birth Certificate and Immunization records: Must be presented at the time of registration. Immunization records are required by Utah State Law and the Salt Lake Catholic Diocese. A new student cannot enter school without this record.
CATHOLIC SCHOOL GENERAL COMMENTS:
We recognize the responsibility to provide a learning environment that fosters growth and considers the individual needs of the child. We continue to promote the values of service, respect, responsibility, trust, faith, and family within a community of caring. You will find dedicated teachers, challenging academic curriculum, outstanding facility and friends for life. Catholic Schools educate students so that they graduate equipped to transform their communities!