Admission Process

Complete a Mount Saint Joseph Academy Application.

You may submit your application electronically on our website. The entire application must be completed, and payment received, in order for your application to be complete. Payment must be made using a credit card. You will receive an email confirmation. The application deadline is Friday, November 2, 2018.

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Submit the Mount Transcript Release Authorization to the principal or guidance counselor of the school the applicant is presently attending.

By signing and submitting the transcript release authorization, parents are giving permission to their daughter’s present school to release attendance records, sixth and seventh grade transcripts, and all standardized test scores for achievement and ability. We ask that all requested records be forwarded to and received by the Mount no later than Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

ELECTRONICALLY Submit the Mount Evaluation and Recommendation to the principal, guidance counselor, english or math teacher of the applicant's most recent school.

Upon completion, the evaluator will electronically submit the confidential evaluation and recommendation directly to the Admission Office at the Mount.

Attend the Mount saint joseph academy Open House.

Open House will be Sunday, October 21, 2018. All interested families of sixth, seventh, and eighth grade girls are welcome. Attend an information session and tour the school. Meet administration, faculty, and students.

Take the Scholarship/Entrance Examination (HSPT) at the Mount.

Once an application is received, information regarding the Scholarship/Entrance Examination is included in the email confirmation. The $75.00 application fee includes the cost of the Scholarship/Entrance Examination. The examination will take place on November 3, 2018. This will be the only day the Scholarship/Entrance Examination will be given at the Mount. Applicants should arrive by 8:00 a.m. that morning. The doors will be open at 7:30 a.m. for early arrivals. Parents are invited to remain for a brief talk in the auditorium by Kathleen Brabson, SSJ, President. Family members wishing to remain for the duration of the examination may wait in the cafeteria.

Shadow a Mount Student for a Day.

Eighth graders are encouraged to spend a day with a Mount student hostess and attend classes with her. Parents may arrange a visit online. Shadow dates for fall 2018 will be available from early November through mid-December.


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