How To Apply

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.  A student screening (qualifying applicants only) will be required as part of the application process.  See link below to apply Online now.

After February 2020 – Saint Anthony Catholic School will continue to accept applications for the wait-list 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 2020-21 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
-Non-Catholics

Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission or qualify for a student screening.

Tuition:

2020-21 Tuition / General Information

 

Online Application:

2020-21 Online Application – Click to Apply Now 

Note: Review Application Checklist and Required Documents  before completing online form

 

 

Contact Admissions Office:

Admissions Office – Phone (954) 525-8851  ~  Fax (954) 901-2601  ~  email s.williams@stanthonyftl.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.