The following information is needed by Central Catholic High School to process your application for admittance:
- Application Form: Complete and return the application to the Central Catholic Admissions office with the application fee.
- School Recommendation Form: This form needs to be completed by the student's Math and English teachers and returned to Central Catholic's Admissions Office as soon as possible.
- Student's Report Cards: Please submit the report cards from the past two years. If the student is currently in high school, we need to have a copy of the high school transcript.
- Standardized Testing: Please submit the most recent copy of the tests. An example would be the Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills (CTBS), Stanford Achievement Test, SAT 9, STAR, American College Testing (ACT or a similar test showing national percentile scores.
- Placement Test: All incoming students must take the placement test in Math and English. These tests are used to determine honors placement (see Important Dates).
Note: When a student has completed the application process, the CCHS Admissions Committee will review all data and make recommendations for admittance. An interview is required for all high school transfers.
Any student transferring from another school to Central Catholic is subject to the following limitations:
- Only one transfer is allowed during the student's high school career after the initial enrollment as a ninth grader in a four year high school or as a tenth grader in a three year high school.
- If a transfer is the result of a complete family change of residence, the student will have immediate eligibility per CIF regulations.
- If a transfer occurs between the 9th and 10th grades, the student is not eligible for Varsity sports for a period of one year. The student is only eligible for junior varsity competition.
- The transfer must not be a result of a disciplinary action.
- Central Catholic must certify that no consideration was given to the athletic performance of the student in accepting the transfer.
Central Catholic High School admits students of any sex, color, racial, ethnic or national origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Central Catholic does not discriminate on basis of sex, color, racial, or ethnic origin with regards to its administration or its education policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school administered programs.
Students meeting the academic and disciplinary eligibility standards will be admitted to Central Catholic according to these priorities:
Students who have brothers or sisters already enrolled at Central Catholic.
Children of families who have had children graduate from Central Catholic.
Children of Alumni of Central Catholic.
Catholic children with letters from pastors recommending them as loyal parishioners.
Public school children who meet the academic and citizenship requirements of CCHS.
Central Catholic High School welcomes students of all faiths who meet the academic and citizenship requirements.
Diocesan policy states before accepting a student transferring or graduating from a Catholic school, CCHS must obtain verification that no tuition is owed to the school from which the student transfers or graduates.
Each Parent(s) and/or guardian who enrolls a student at Central Catholic High School shall sign a written agreement to pay a specified tuition, Scrip obligation, and fees.