2020-21 Open Enrollment is January 26 – January 31, 2020 for Grades PK3 through 8th Grade. Wait list Applications may be submitted for certain grades (5th – 8th) and will be subject to availability throughout the school year. See link below to apply Online now.
After February 2020 – Saint Anthony Catholic School will continue to accept applications for the waitlist or as space permits. Please contact the Admissions Office to discuss space availability and the application process. Applications will be placed on a wait list for the 2019-20 school year pending available space.
Consideration for Admission Based On Availability:
-Practicing parishioners at Saint Anthony Catholic Church already at the school
-Practicing parishioners at Saint Anthony Catholic Church
-Students coming from other Catholic schools with a letter from their pastor and principal
-Practicing Catholics out-of-parish with a letter from their pastor or principal
-Non-practicing Catholics who now wish to become active practicing Catholics
Note: Application Checklist and Required Documents
- Printable Form: 2019-20 – Application & Instruction Packet
- Admissions Calendars View for Monthly Tours and other important dates.
Contact Admissions Office:
Admissions Office – Phone (954) 525-8851 ~ Fax (954) 901-2601 ~ email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Archdiocese of Miami is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students and issue I-20 certificates for students to obtain F-1 status. If you need assistance, please let the school know at registration. It is our responsibility to remind all families that the Immigration Naturalization Services will not permit a student to attend classes who is in the country on a Tourist (B-1 or B-2) Visa. Ordinarily, a family wishing for their child to come to this country to study applies for a student Visa (F-1) before they are allowed to attend classes in a school in the United States.
A school is not allowed to enroll a child who is in the country on a Tourist Visa (B-1 or B-2).
Note: Saint Anthony Catholic School does not discriminate against students with disabilities. The school provides minor adjustments necessary to accommodate students with disabilities. A delay in disclosing a student’s disability and/or an accommodation request may delay or impede the school’s ability to make certain accommodations. Parents/guardians are therefore strongly encouraged to disclose student disabilities and requested accommodations prior to registration in school.