Admissions Process 

 Admissions Policy

    As a Roman Catholic school dedicated to the dignity of every human being, there is no discrimination in our enrollment practices according to sex, race, ethnic background, social or economic status. Since we are a religiously oriented school for the Catholic community, we give preference to members of the Roman Catholic Church, but also welcome members of other creeds after the Catholic community has been served. 

Age Requirments

    It is the policy of the Catholic School Department of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City to abide by the requirements established by the Board of Education of the State of Oklahoma. Children who are five (5) on or before September 1st may be admitted into Kindergarten in August of the same year. A first grade student must be six (6) on or before September 1st to be admitted into the first grade of the same year. Proof of age by furnishing a copy of a birth certificate is required. A student in second through eighth grade will be placed according to the grade information from the last school he/she attended. Proof of grade must be furnished at the time of enrollment.

Waiting List

Students who are placed on a waiting list are required to pay a $25.00 fee and will be notified when there are available openings. The waiting list is updated on a regular basis.

Admissions Requirements

    The following documents are required at the time of application:

 

  1. Completed application form.

  2. Birth certificate copy (State Department of Health ).

  3. An up-to-date immunization record signed by a physician.

  4. Sacramental records.

  5. For admission of older children, transfer documents or withdrawal from the school previously attended.

  6. If transferring from a public school, a letter of recommendation from a teacher or administrator is required. This is not mandatory for new kindergarten students.

Entrance Priorities 

    Admission is based on available space within a classroom and the following guidelines:​

  1. Active parishioners with children enrolled in Christ the King Catholic School or oldest child entering Kindergarten.

  2. Catholic transferring into Christ the King Parish with children presently enrolled in a Catholic school.

  3. Active parishioners with school age children not presently enrolled in Christ the King Catholic School.

  4. Non-Catholic students.