Step 1: Tour
Our admissions process begins with a tour of our school. You may call the school office at 713.921.1558 and ask to schedule a tour.
Step 2: Application
If you are interested in applying, complete the application forms and return to the school office with copies of the necessary documents. Also, complete both online applications below:
FACTS Tuition Assistance Online Application
Free/Reduced Lunch Online Application
Step 3: Classroom Visit/Assessment/Parent and Student Interview
After you have returned the application, we will schedule your child for a classroom visit and academic assessment. Additionally, the school will contact you to schedule an interview with parent(s) and student(s).
Step 4: Admissions Committee Decision
After completing our admission process, the Admission Committee will meet, review applications and make recommendations regarding admissions. We will contact all applicants with our decision. If we do not have space available, your child’s name will be placed on a waiting list. Eligibility for admission and attendance is contingent upon current payment of all tuition as indicated in the parental fee agreement.
Please Note: Age Requirements
|3 years old by September 1||Pre-Kindergarten 3|
|4 years old by September 1||Pre-Kindergarten 4|
|5 years old by September 1||Kindergarten|
|6 years old by September 1||First Grade|
Special consideration in admissions is given to siblings of students currently attending Queen of Peace Catholic School. New students are admitted on a probationary basis, while teachers and the principal evaluate whether the school can meet the student’s academic, social, emotional and behavioral needs in a successful partnership with the family. The admissions committee will carefully consider students for enrollment who have special needs, based on the extent of accommodations needed.
Nondiscrimination Policy for Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
The Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston admits students of any race to all the rights,
privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school administered programs.