Admissions Process

Admission Information for 2021-2022

Incoming 9th grade Students Applying to JCHS: Application Process for 2021-2022 School Year

The application process consists of completing the online application and the submission of academic and health records. For those students coming from another school, please submit academic and health records from seventh and eighth grades.

If a student has a documented educational learning plan, IEP, 504-plan, or a pertinent psychological or educational evaluation, we ask that you submit these documents along with your academic and health records.  You can supply these documents in person, upload during the application process, or via email to Mrs. Lynn McClure; lmcclure@johncarrollhigh.com

Application Checklist for Diocesan Partner School Students (St. Helen, St. Anastasia, St. Joseph)

  • Complete online application ($55 application fee). This application for incoming freshmen automatically signs your student up for eligibility for the drawing for free tuition for the 2021-2022 school year.
  • Submit any documented educational learning plan or pertinent psychological or educational evaluation. You can supply these documents in person, upload during the application process, or via email to Mrs. Lynn McClure; lmcclure@johncarrollhigh.com.

Application Checklist for Students Attending a Non-Diocesan Middle School

  • Complete the online application ($55 application fee).
  • Submit copy of birth certificate
  • Submit copy of shot records and health form (DH680, DH3040)
  • Submit academic records (report cards) for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade to-date, including any standardized testing results.
  • Submit any documented educational learning plan or pertinent psychological or educational evaluation. You can supply these documents in person, upload during the application process, or via email to Mrs. Lynn McClure; lmcclure@johncarrollhigh.com.

The documents below can also be directly uploaded when completing the online application process.  It is your responsibility to see that we receive all requested documents.  Please know that the application process is notcomplete until all required documents are received.

  1. A copy of the student’s birth certificate.
  2. Documentation regarding IEP, 504 or psycho-educational testing.
  3. A completed Florida Certificate of Immunization (Form DH 680) is required. Prior to admission and attendance at John Carroll High School, each student must present a certification of immunization. An exemption from immunization requirements is not permissible for religious, philosophical, personal or other reasons.

Information about the High School Placement Test

All incoming freshmen are required to take the High School Placement Test.  This year, the High School Placement Test will be offered in two formats:

1) For Diocesan partner school students:The placement test will be administered at your school on Friday, December 4, 2020.

2) For students attending non-Diocesan schools: The placement test will take place at John Carroll High School on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020 beginning sharply at 9 a.m. You must complete and submit the online application in order to register your student for the test.

Freshman application decision letters and placement test scores will be mailed on February 1, 2021 to students who have completed the entire online application process and provided all the necessary documentation for admission.  After the decision letters are mailed out, John Carroll High School will move to a rolling admission process until the class is full.