When it comes to raising their child, many parents look at the teachers at Catholic schools as partners, trusting they are teaching the same values in school as they teach at home. Catholic schools focus on instilling character so students make the right choices, no matter what their friends or others might say. Call St. John Paul II Catholic School today to talk about a Catholic Education for your child.
1590 Riverbank Street · Lincoln Park, MI 48146
Phone (313) 386-0633 · Fax (313) 928-1326
QUALIFICATIONS FOR ENROLLMENT
Entry to St. John Paul II Catholic School is open to all families as described:
Families who are registered and active members of our supporting parishes of Christ the Good Shepherd, Our Lady of the Scapular and St. Vincent Pallotti
Catholic families that do not belong to our supporting parishes, but are registered and active members of a neighboring parish without a school
Catholic families not currently registered in a parish
Students with disabilities will be evaluated for admission on an individual basis; admission will be based upon their needs and the school’s ability to accommodate those needs.
Preschool (3 years old) – a child must have reached the age of three (3) on or before September 1st.
- Preschool (4 years old) – a child must have reached the age of four (4) on or before September 1st.
Kindergarten – a child must have reached the age of five (5) on or before September 1st.
Many people assume that a Catholic education is just too expensive. In fact, tuition assistance and affordable payment options are available. An investment in a quality education that will benefit your child is priceless and can be much more affordable than one would believe.
All families that are active, registered parish members at an Archdiocese of Detroit church may qualify for Private School Aid Scholarships (PSAS) for children in grades K – 8.
PSAS Enrollment forms will be available in the school office and/or you may visit the Archdiocese of Detroit’s Tuition Assistance & Scholarship page for more information regarding these programs.