We’re delighted that you are interested in learning about Our Lady of Guadalupe School! We are currently accepting applications for 2022-23 School Year for PreSchool to 8th grade. PreSchool and Pre-K are currently waitlisted, but you are welcome to submit an application.
Please find our admissions documents below. Please complete relevant parts of Step 1) Application… below and email or drop off at the school office (206) 935-0651.
Step 1) Application for new students
A completed application, $50 fee, and input/transcript form will hold a spot for our upcoming school year.
- Pay $50 Application Fee online, or by check (non-refundable)
- Preschool & Pre-K Parent Input Form (application supplement)
- Kindergarten Parent Input Form (application supplement)
- Transcript Request Authorization Form (application supplement for transferring students in grades 1 – 8)
For questions on our admission policies, please see our Family Handbook, page 10 Admissions Policies
Step 2) Registration for newly accepted students
After receiving acceptance of your admission, the following steps need to be completed to be fully registered:
- Complete online registration: you will be sent a link upon acceptance
- Pay Registration Fees:
- Set up a FACTS account
- OLG In-Parish Tuition Request (K-8). This form is necessary to complete each year to be verified for the in-parish tuition rate for incoming K-8.
- New students also need to submit a copy of birth certificate, baptismal certificate, & Certificate of Immunization (CIS)
- Early Learning Center (ELC) – Preschool/Pre-K students must fill out a ELC Student Profile
Step 3) Additional Paperwork
Monthly tuition payments begin July 5th through FACTS. Additional summer packet of information such as school supplies, technology and family handbook sign-off forms, and milk order form will be sent out to registered families and posted on the parent documents portion of our webpage as they come available.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic School admits students of any race, color or national and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. In the administration of its policies, the school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan and athletic and other administered programs.