Admissions

Admission Process

List of 5 items.

  • Application to Freshman Year

    Eighth graders applying for freshman year are asked to follow each of the steps outlined below.  Transfer students and international students are asked to comply with procedures that have been developed especially for their unique circumstances.
  • Learn about Paul VI High School

    Whether a pre-game tour, our annual Open House, or an Eagle-for-a-Day visit, we offer a variety of ways for families to learn about Paul VI.  Our Admissions Events are a designed to help your family get to know ours!  Our latest admissions magazine is also a good source of information. To have a copy sent to your home, please fill out the Request for Information form.
  • Submit Your Application & Personal Essay

    Applications for the class of 2022 are being accepted beginning September 1st, 2017. The Paul VI application is a required step in the admissions process.
  • Have Transcripts Sent to Paul VI

    Please use the Transcript Release Form to arrange for the academic records to be sent to Paul VI High School after the first marking period of 8th grade.

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  • What's Next?

    Paul VI High School has a rolling admissions process; upon receipt of the student's application and essay, Paul VI will issue a letter regarding the admissions decision. 

    To be eligible for registration on February 24th, 2018 the application, essay and transcript must be received by January 26, 2018. 

    Application materials received after January 26th, 2018 will also be processed on a rolling basis. Space permitting, accepted students will have the opportunity to register at a later date.  

For Transfer Students & International Students

Paul VI has special procedures for the unique circumstances of transfer students and international students.  Please click on the appropriate link to access the information that will best serve you. 
Christopher is our fourth child to graduate from PVI and the lessons learned are priceless. We have been sending our children to Catholic school for 20 years, and the one question we get asked most about Catholic education is "is it worth all that money?"  The answer is a resounding "yes"!  Along with a great education, Paul VI planted the seeds of great morals, great values and a strong work ethic in the hearts of all of our children and for that we are grateful.  PVI prepared them well for college and more importantly for life and you can't put a price on that! This is the reason why we are sending our fifth child, Melissa to PVI!

James and Jeanette Bakey