Our admissions process is twofold. First, apply for admissions, and when accepeted, register online to complete the process. A tour of the school and an informational meeting may be requested at any time by calling the school office at 205-824-7886 x19.
Applications are received year round and many classes have waiting lists for enrollment. A checklist is included in the application packet (link to the right) which will guide you through the process of applying. Complete the required information and submit the application and fee, copies of current grades, standardized test scores, and any psycho-educational testing to the school office at 4650 Preserve Parkway, Hoover AL 35226. Upon receipt, you will be contacted by a member of our staff to discuss your application and next steps.
Upon acceptance, you will be asked to complete the RenWeb online enrollment, including medical and emergency information as well as registering in FACTS tuition management, and submitting any remaining fees for enrollment.
Families will be informed as soon as possible regarding acceptance for the upcoming school year. In the event that a student is still on the waiting list at the end on an academic year, the application packet will be kept on file for the following year and the family will be contacted regarding their intentions. Because vacancies occur throughout the academic year, students on waiting lists will be accepted by the following order of priority:
- Parishioners with students presently enrolled in POP school,
- Parishioners who are registered and actively participating in the parish. Active indicates that a member:
a. Attends Mass regularly
b. Participates in parish activities
- Non-Catholic families with students presently enrolled in POP school,
- Catholic families from other parishes,
- Non-Catholic families
If there are more applications for enrollment than space available for parishioners, then priority will be based on the date of the family's registration in the parish, in conjunction with meeting the definition of parishioner, as stated above.