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Admissions | New Applicants

New Applicants

If your child is transferring from another school, a Student Evaluation Narrative (completed by a current teacher) must be provided to Saint John School. Applications are not considered for enrollment without an SEN.

The following must be submitted prior to admission:

  1. Non-refundable application and enrollment fees

  2. Records from previous school

  3. Current standardized test scores and most recent report card

  4. Wisconsin Health Form

  5. FACTS account or payment plan complete

Additional admission note:

  • In partnership with FACTS®, Saint John School provides tuition management and payment plans to families of students Kindergarten through eighth grade. Visit FACTS® to learn more. Fee free to contact us to discuss options.

Process & Tuition

Tuition & Process

Grades 4K-8 Tuition

The Parish Finance Council approved the following tuition rates for the 2023-2024 school year.  Financial Assistance is available for students in 4-year-old Kindergarten through eighth grade through FACTS.

1st Child:   $3,865
2nd Child:   $3,285
3rd Child:   $2,000
4th Child:    Free

Per Child:    $7,750

3 year old Preschool Registration

Our 3-year-old preschool program for 2023-2024 is currently full. We are accepting applications for a wait list at this time.


There is a one page front and back form to fill out for registration. These are available in the church narthex by the school bulletin board or in the school office. There is a $200 registration fee upon turning in your registration form. This fee covers the cost of supplies for the year, and holds your place on our roster.

2 days a week:   $3,250
3 days a week: $4,250

2 days a week:   $3,550

3 days a week: $4,550

Admissions Policy

The Principal at his/her discretion has the right to admit, re-admit, or deny admission of any student. In making this determination, the Principal will consider a variety of factors, including the conduct of the student and/or parent(s).

Conditions for continued enrollment at Saint John School include students’ academic progress and compliance with all school rules, regulations, and policies. Student failure to comply with rules, regulations, and policies may result in dismissal or denial of admission. Parental support and cooperation in all school matters, as well as ongoing volunteerism, are also required for continued enrollment in Saint John School.

Parents/guardians are required to inform Saint John School of their child’s special academic, emotional, or physical needs. Saint John School must also be informed of any testing for learning disabilities by any public school or private agency. Copies of testing reports are needed to be considered for acceptance. We reserve the right to deny admission to any child whose needs we do not have the resources and ability to meet. Students requiring special support services will be considered on an individual basis. Their status will be reviewed annually. 

New students are considered as probationary students and Saint John School has the right to dismiss a student or family at any time during this probationary period. Probationary status is assessed at the conclusion of the first trimester and the end of the first year enrolled. 


Registration for all day 4-year-old kindergarten through eighth grade at our outstanding Saint John the Baptist Catholic School began on February 1st, 2023. New student enrollment opened on February 15th, 2023. Priority is given to:

  • Families who already have children attending Saint John the Baptist Catholic School

  • Parish members of Saint John the Baptist and Saint Mary of the Lake

  • Members of another Catholic parish

  • Community non-parish members

​Families will be notified by of their enrollment status beginning in March. Those enrolling after March 15th will be assigned any remaining slots or placed on a waiting list. The Education Commission has recommended class size to not exceed 23 per class. 

Saint John the Baptist Catholic School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 

Family Handbook

Family Handbook

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A Message from Principal Goldman

A Message from Mrs. Kozinski

Dear Future Saint John School Families,

I am so grateful you are considering Saint John the Baptist Catholic School for your family.  Saint John School and Parish have been teaching the Catholic faith for almost 150 years.  The people who have been part of our school set the foundation for those yet to come.   We would love to add you to our growing family!

Catholic education, whether through the Catholic school or Faith Formation, is the largest ministry in the Catholic Church.  The future of our Church is dependent on our young generations.   Offering a strong, faith-based, education is vital.  We are proud to provide a solid foundation rooted in faith which supports soul formation, sets high academic standards, encourages service, strengthens morals and values, and provides opportunities to participate in Sacraments.  This foundation sets Saint John the Baptist Catholic School apart from the other schools in our area.

In addition to our focus on faith, Saint John School is proud to offer a rigorous curriculum with high academic standards.  We are blessed to live in a country where education is available to all children.  We know you have options, including the local Waunakee schools, so we work to maintain a high standard of learning and look to find ways to set us apart.  Saint John School is fully accredited through the Wisconsin Religious and Independent School Accreditation (WRISA). Our curriculum is based on national, state, and diocesan standards which are reviewed each year.  SJS teachers are licensed with years of continuing education credits, but more importantly, they are here because they have been called to serve in the vocation of Catholic school teachers.  Each day, they work to meet the needs of each student through personal contact and differentiation.
We are grateful you are considering Saint John the Baptist Catholic School for your family.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about our school or the enrollment process.  I look forward to welcoming your family to our SJS family!
In Christ,
Kalee Kozinski, Principal 

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