The application process at Salpointe Catholic is designed to be as simple as possible for prospective families. See below for the different ways students can become a part of the Salpointe Catholic community.
Sophomore and Junior transfer applicants must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher with no F or D grades on their transcript. Junior applicants are only admitted to the Fall semester. Transfer students are accepted based on space and course availability. In the case of a former student reapplying, the student and their parents may be required to meet with the Principal before beginning the readmission process. We cannot guarantee admission.
Senior transfers are rare at Salpointe unless one is transferring from another Catholic High School out of the area, or, for students returning to Salpointe, or, as a result of a hardship (which is defined by Salpointe as an unforeseeable, unavoidable, and uncorrectable act, condition, or event, which causes the imposition of a severe and non-athletic burden upon the student or his/her family).
Our Transfer Application Process for the 2024-2025 school year begins in February 2024. Decisions are ideally made in mid-June but can occur as late as early August. If you are interested in getting information for the 2024-2025 school year, CLICK HERE to be added to our mailing list.
*If you are moving from out of state mid-year with a job transfer, or have other special circumstances, please contact the Admissions Office for further discussion.
International Student Transfer Admissions are closed for the 2023-2024 School Year. If you are interested in getting information for the 2024-2025 school year, CLICK HERE to be added to our mailing list.
Salpointe Catholic High School accepts a limited number of International Students each school year. International student's applications are reviewed by the school's Admissions Committee and are accepted based on their academic and English qualifications. International students may apply only for the beginning of a school year (Fall semester only, no Spring semester applications).
International students must demonstrate strong English skills (TOEFL English proficiency exam required plus a Skype or Google Hangout interview is required) as all of the classes at SCHS are taught in English at an accelerated rate. The goal is to see all international students be successful at our academically rigorous school, hence the advanced English requirement.
For International Students, the Application Process has 4 steps:
Step 1. Apply online: The first step to becoming a Lancer is to complete an online application form. Go to our website, www.salpointe.org, and click on the “Apply Now!” option located on the right part of the screen. Follow the instructions to the login page. If you don’t have an account, choose the “Create Account” option. You will create your username and password which will be used throughout the application process.
If you have a current student at Salpointe, please use the myPointe login information that you already have. It is not necessary to create a new account.
Once you are logged in, complete all steps of the online application and click Submit. There is a $60 non-refundable application fee that is paid online.
Step 2. Complete all of the Checklist Items:Once the application has been completed and processed, you will need to complete all of the following checklist items. Details for all of the Checklist items can be found once you log into the myPointe site. This is the same login information you created for the application.
All Items Must Be Translated Into English
Copy of Passport
Copy of a Bank Statement
High School Transcripts
Principal or Counselor Recommendation
English Teacher Recommendation
Math Teacher Recommendation
Student & Parent Interview (Google Hangout or Skype) - This will be individually scheduled after we have received the student’s recommendation forms and high school transcripts.
Step 3. TOEFL Test
All International applicants are required to take the TOEFL English Proficiency Test - no other English proficiency tests are accepted.
Salpointe’s code to receive these scores is 2782.
Step 4. Notification of Admission Status:This will be done after all the checklist items have been completed.
If the Student is Accepted, SCHS will process the I-20 application if the international student requires an I-20 to apply for an F-1 Student Visa in their home country. The I-20 should take approximately 2 weeks to be received by our school. Once our school receives the I-20, it will be express mailed to the student's family. The I-20 may then be used to obtain the F-1 Student Visa in their home country. Note: the I-20 cannot be requested by our school unless the name and address of the home-stay family are provided to our Admissions Office.
Meet our Admissions Director
List of 2 members.
Director of Admission/Enrollment Management
Administrative Assistant for Admission/Enrollment Management