St. Mary of Carmel Catholic School
St. Mary of Carmel Catholic School is a fully accredited diocesan school with programs for children from three years of age through eighth grade. The curriculum presents a holistic view of education, providing an environment where children can grow intellectually, spiritually, socially, and culturally. The root belief that Christ is in everyone leads the staff to join with the parents in seeking to bring to every student a knowledge of his/her own worth and potential as a saint.
Admission to St. Mary of Catholic School or participation in school programs is not denied to students on the basis of race, color, ethnic or national origin. Admission shall not be denied because of any disabling condition unless it is clear that the staff, due to lack of program resources, will not be able to meet the student's needs.
Our school serves students in Pre-K through 8th grade. Our day begins at 7:45 a.m. and ends at 3:10 p.m. A child must be 3 years old on or before September 1st of the current year to be admitted to Pre-K, 5 years old to be admitted to Kindergarten, and 6 years old to be admitted to First Grade.
To apply go to our online application.
- Create a new account
- Create a new student profile
For all students, the following documents must be provided before enrollment is complete:
- Registration Packet and Registration Fee
- Birth Certificate (Official Copy)
- Immunization Records
- Diocese of Dallas Health Report
- Copy of most recent report card (Grades 2-8)
- Copy of most recent standardized test scores (Grades 2-8)
- Transcript request form, signed (Grades 2-8)
To complete the application process schedule the following.
- Family interview
- Student placement test (3rd-8th grade)
To schedule a tour or a meeting with the Principal, please contact us at 214.748.2934 or email@example.com
Assistance with tuition is available through the HALO Initiative at the Diocese and an internal Parish Partners assistance fund. St. Mary of Carmel, along with the Diocese of Dallas, strives to make every reasonable effort to offer tuition assistance to registered students whose family income and situation warrants such support. Applications for Diocesan assistance are available online through FACTS and applications for school assistance are available in the School Office.
- Tuition Assistance Packet
- FACTS for application