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The average student in our country will spend more time in their school community than at home with their parents, so it is essential parents select the right school for their family. At Saint Joseph School we recognize the parents as the primary educator of their child, and see ourselves as serving our families to ensure the best future for their child. Our families are engaged in their child’s learning which creates a nurturing environment for all students. Our website has some additional information about our school, but the best way to learn more about us is by completing an Enrollment Interest Survey and scheduling a tour. During the tour we will provide families with additional information, meet with the principal, and ensure all your questions are answered.

A few notes:

  • Families must be committed to Saint Joseph School’s high expectations for student engagement and responsibility in their education.
  • Transferring students must have a clear behavioral record to be considered for admission.
  • All admissions are subject to the approval of the principal.

Operating a private school necessitates private funding; however, a Catholic school may be more affordable than you think due to the fundraising efforts of our community, benefactors, and careful financial management. We are committed to making Catholic education accessible to all families regardless of their financial standing. To these ends, the school has a financial aid and scholarship program. For additional information about admissions or financial assistance please complete the survey below, or contact the school office at (530) 243-2302.

Enrollment Process Overview

STEP I: Complete Enrollment Interest Survey & Schedule Tour

STEP 2: Tour & Introductions

Attend Your Tour

Meet the Principal/Ask Questions

Review Tour Documents

Inform School of Your Desire to Apply (after tour in-person or later after discernment).

STEP 3: Begin Formal Application

Contracts and Records Requests

Admissions Assessment

STEP 4: Registration & Acceptance

Office will notify families of preliminary acceptance.

Families finalize enrollment and make their registration payment.