Admissions Process

We thank you for your consideration of Gesu Catholic School for your educational needs and trust that your experience with us will give evidence of how we fulfill our mission and commitment to personal growth, academic excellence, service to others and global citizenship.

The selection of a school for your family is an important one. Within that choice, begins a partnership between you as parents, and a school community which provides an environment that is safe, loving, and nurturing while contributing to the growth and success of each student. We are a school rich in tradition, where students engage in a variety of sound educational experiences designed to help them reach their full potential and develop into future leaders and contributing members of our society.

It is our hope that you will choose to become part of the Gesu Catholic School family!

Gesu Catholic School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the
rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to
students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and
ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies,
scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Tour Our School

Tours of the school are available throughout the school year and are scheduled on an individual basis. Parents should contact the Admissions Director, Judi Herbert to schedule a tour.

Inquiry about Gesu

Get more information about Gesu. Family Inquiry Form

Student Application

Applications are available on the Application Forms link.

Your application for Gesu School will be considered on the basis of the following guidelines:

  1. Parishioners:  i.e., children of families who are registered in and attend Mass at Gesu Parish.  (In cases with the same application date, parishioner priority will be based on date of Gesu Parish registration.)
  2. Catholics from parishes without an elementary school:  i.e., non-parishioners who are registered in and attend Mass at a parish without an elementary school.
  3. Catholics from parishes with an elementary school:  i.e., non-parishioners who are registered in and attend Mass at a parish with an elementary school with the specific written permission of the pastor.
  4. Non-Catholics:  i.e., children of families of other faiths who desire a Catholic education.

Student Visits

Students applying for admission to third through eighth grade usually attend a “shadow day” at Gesu School. These visits allow the students to experience the academic, religious, athletic, and social aspects of a day at Gesu School.

Kindergarten Screening

All Kindergarten applicants are screened as part of their admission process.  These screenings take place at the end of May and are administered by our Kindergarten teachers.

Student Acceptance

Parents are notified of the status of their child’s application following the evaluation of all submitted materials.  Notification is sent via email through the FACTS online enrollment system.

Enrollment Fees

Upon acceptance of their child, parents receive a link via email to complete their enrollment through the FACTS online enrollment system.  The child’s immunization record must be submitted at this time.  In addition, the enrollment fee of $100.00 is paid.  Please note that enrollment fees are not refundable.