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ADMISSIONS

Father Yermo Schools

Father Yermo Schools admits all students who meet the conditions set by the school to be admitted regardless of race, religion, color, ethnicity or national origin. Since Father Yermo exist primarily to provide Catholic education for Catholic students, all students who seek admission and their parents should clearly understand and agree to accept and conform to the religious practices and activities, all of which are in accord with the recommendations and dictates of the Catholic Church and her duly appointed authorities. The school will admit students with disabilities to the extent that the school can serve the student’s needs.

If you want to enroll your child in Father Yermo Schools, please:

1. Call and visit our schools. Our admission’s personnel are available for interview and to offer tours of the school. Your child’s record will be evaluated, and he/she will be placed at the most beneficial learning level. The school will notify you whether your child has been accepted to Father Yermo.

2. All applicants for Pre-Kinder should have turned 4 years old by September 1.
3. All new students must take a Placement Exam. Call the schools to schedule dates.
4. Upon acceptance, parents/guardians will provide all forms required by law, and receive a Registration Clearance form. Parents will then go to the Administration Office where registration will take place. Registration fee is not refundable or transferable. Students already attending Father Yermo are given no preference.
5. An up-to-date immunization record, and other applicable papers must be submitted to the appropriate school by the first day of school.
6. Students coming from another country must have a visa with them each day. Form I-20 will be provided to parents after registration is paid in full; forms must be filled out and submitted to the US Consulate Office in Cd. Juarez. In the mean time, the name of the child will be code-recorded from the School to the Immigration Office. If a student transfers out of the Catholic Schools System, I-20 will be revoked.
7. Returning students need to meet the conditions of credits or recommendation by the school administration.
8. Transfer students need to provide official transcript, withdrawal slip from former school and a letter of recommendation from Counselor/Principal. Parents need to ask for interview with Principal and follow the procedures of a first time student.
9. Students who transfer and would like to be readmitted will have their cases reviewed on an individual basis. It is the general policy that Father Yermo Schools does not accept students transferring during their 8th or 12th grade years. Each case is reviewed on an individual basis.
10. All finances are handled in the finance office. The parent or guardian signs a tuition contract at the time of registration. Payments must be made according to the tuition contract. Failure to comply with the contract may result in a forced withdrawal of the student from school.
11. The Registration fee covers the picture and ID card.
12. Annual contract is made in ten monthly payments beginning in August and ending in May. All tuition payments are made through the FACTS collection agency.

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