Application Process

SJS Application Process
Please see the registration page for detailed information regarding enrolling your child(ren) at SJS. All applications are done on-line through our website.  Please see TADS, Admission and Enrollment under “Important Tabs”

Enrollment Information for the 2022-2023 school year is below!
New students:
Admission to St. John’s School opens on February 23, 2022.

We do have an extensive waiting list for most grades, please call the school before you apply to make sure there space avaialble.

 The application process for St. John’s School is online through TADS.  Please use the Admissions tab once you are on TADS.  You will need to have the following documents available to upload for your application.  New families can apply for financial aid through TADS until February 18, 2022.

Birth Certificate (Notice of Birth is not acceptable)

Baptismal Certificate (if applicable)

Custody Papers (if applicable)
There is a $45 application fee (per student), a $75 enrollment fee (per student)  and a $300 tuition deposit (per family).

Returning students:
Enrollment for current students will be done entirely online this year through TADS.  Use the Enrollment tab once you are on TADS.
There is a $75 enrollment fee (per student)  and a $300 tuition deposit (per family).

Returning students with siblings not currently enrolled:
If you are a current family and are enrolling a new student, such as a Pre-K student or any other grade, you will need to register your returning students first through the Enrollment tab on the TADS website.  Then you will need to apply for enrollment using the Admissions tab. Please use this link to access TADS.  Admission for new families opens on February 23, 2022. Again, call the school first to make sure space is available.

For students entering Kindergarten and 7th grade, the new immunization regulations require the following:

* Proof of a second dose of varicella (chicken pox) vaccination is required for students entering kindergarten.

* Proof of Tdap vaccination, which protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough), is required for students entering 7th grade.

* Proof of one dose of MCV4 (meningitis) vaccination, is required for students entering 7th grade.

The St. Mary’s County Health Department recommends that parents or guardians review their child’s immunization records and consult with their family physician to ensure their child has received all required immunizations prior to school entry next year.   Since it can take several weeks or months to get appointments with health care providers, the health department is urging parents and guardians to start planning now.

Regulation vaccination requirement details are available at the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s website.

To learn more about recommended immunization schedules for all ages, visit the Center for Disease Control’s website.