Students will be considered for admission to
Saint Anselm School on the basis of academic ability, conduct,
and moral character according to the following priorities:
Parishioners: i.e., children of families who
are registered in, attend and contribute to Saint Anselm
Parish. Evidence of Catholic practice includes attendance at
weekend liturgy, regular use of church envelopes, and
support of the values taught in the Catholic faith.
Siblings of children already enrolled in
Saint Anselm School.
Catholics from Holy Angels and Divine Word
Parishes, according to the same guidelines outlined above.
Catholic families from parishes without an
elementary school: i.e., non-parishioners who are registered
in, attend, and contribute to a parish without an elementary
Catholics from parishes with an elementary
school: i.e., non-parishioners who are registered in, attend
and contribute to a parish with an elementary school with
the specific written permission of the pastor.
Non-Catholics: i.e., children of families of
other faiths who desire a Catholic education. Those families
who live within Saint Anselm Parish boundaries are given
The pastor, in collaboration with the principal,
will determine who may be admitted to Saint Anselm School
consistent with parish and diocesan policies.