Registration and Re-registration

All registrations for the following school year will take place in the spring of the current school year.  The exact date is announced via the school newsletter or Parish bulletin.  To be eligible for admission, Kindergarten children must reach the age of five by September 30.  No exceptions will be made.  This is in accordance with Diocesan regulations.  Pupils registering for the first time must present the following:
Certificate of Birth
Certificate of Baptism

All students entering St. Michael the Archangel Regional School for the first time are required by State Law to submit a record of immunizations from their doctor, clinic, or previous school. 

Immunization requirements are as follows:


a)      D.P.T. – 4 doses with 1 dose after the 4th birthday
b)      Polio (OPV of IPV) – 3 doses with 1 dose after the 4th birthday
c)      Measles – 2 doses with both doses after the 1st birthday
d)     Mumps – 1 dose after the 1st birthday
e)      Rubella – 1 dose after the 1st birthday

The above 3 vaccines may be given as a combined “MMR”

f)       Hepatitis B series
g)      Varicella (chickenpox) – 1 dose after the 1st birthday (Kindergarten and those from out-of-country or state) or a statement from doctor or parent of student having had the disease.

Students Transferring in from Out-of-Country or State:

Certain areas require proof of a PPD (Mantoux) tuberculin test given within the 6 months prior to the first day of school.  Nurse will notify if applicable.

Physical Exam Requirements:

Kindergarten students are required to submit proof of a physical exam by a licensed physician or nurse practitioner that was performed within the 12 months prior to the first day of school.  Kindergarten students are also required to submit proof of a dental exam performed within the 12 months prior to the first day of school.

Records from previous school:

Children entering grades 2 – 8  will need a copy of his/her latest report card and the dates of their sacraments.

Pertinent information relating to the child’s school performance. 
The parents should have this released to the school.