Join Us at Open House on Saturday, October 15th!
In the fall of 8th grade, Nazareth Academy High School encourages students to officially begin the admissions process. Applicants should complete the following steps to ensure that all of the proper paperwork/materials are submitted on time for enrollment.
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 | 6:30 PM
Parent(s)/guardian(s) of Class of 2027 applicants and prospective transfer students are invited to attend. Information about our admissions process, academics, and student life as well as an explanation of our financial aid process and how to navigate the financial aid application will be provided. Students are welcome to attend, but the information provided at this event is geared toward parents/guardians.
Pre-registration is closed.
We invite your daughter to spend a day as a Panda! Shadow Days offer your daughter an opportunity to see a full schedule of classes, have lunch in our Student Dining Room, and get to know our students and faculty. The school day begins at 7:40 AM and concludes at 2:10 PM. Your daughter can shadow a current Nazareth student whom she knows, or we will pair her with a current freshman based on similar academic and extracurricular interests.
FALL OPEN HOUSE | Saturday, October 15, 2022
Our Fall Open House provides prospective parents and students with an opportunity to get to know everything about Nazareth and all we have to offer from academics to athletics and performing arts to traditions. Families will take a tour of the school led by a student ambassador and hear a variety of presentations from our faculty, staff, and administrators.
Pre-registration is required. Tours will last approximately one hour and 30 minutes. When you complete the online registration form, you will be prompted to select a tour time between 9 AM and 11 AM. Tour times will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Click here to register for our Open House!
SPRING OPEN HOUSE | Wednesday, April 26, 2023
Our Spring Open House gives prospective students and parents the opportunity to learn about everything that Nazareth has to offer - academics, athletics, activities, performing arts, and more!
Families will take a tour of the school led by a student ambassador and hear a variety of presentations from our faculty, staff, and administrators.
Pre-registration is required. Tours will last approximately one hour and 15 minutes; after completing your registration, you will receive an email confirmation that will prompt you to select an arrival time. Tour times will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration will be available in January 2023.
Click here to access the online Application for Admission for those applying to our Class of 2027. A copy of the applicant's birth certificate must be provided with the application. There is a $50 non-refundable application fee that is due at the time of application submission. The application fee must be received in order for an application to be reviewed. Please note: Submitting an Application for Admission does NOT automatically register your daughter for our 8th Grade Entrance & Scholarship Exam.
You will be submitting your daughter's Application for Admission through PowerSchool. You will need to create a PowerSchool account in order to complete and submit the application.
After completing the online application, each applicant for the Class of 2027 should submit the following documents:
To request copies of your academic records, you must complete the Transcript Release Form and submit it to your current school. The school will then forward copies of your transcript, attendance records, disciplinary records, and standardized test scores to NAHS. The transcript must include your daughter's final grades from 6th and 7th grades along with her standardized testing results from 6th and 7th grades (if applicable).
In order to obtain a letter of recommendation, Class of 2027 applicants should forward the Teacher Recommendation Form to their Principal, guidance counselor, or 6th, 7th, or 8th grade teacher. The evaluator will then complete the recommendation and mail it directly to Nazareth. NAHS only requires and recommends ONE teacher recommendation.
Saturday, October 22, 2022 | 7:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Saturday, November 5, 2022 | 7:45 AM - 12:00 PM
The High School Placement Test (HSPT) is a critical tool in the admissions process as we consider candidates for the Class of 2027. Students who are unable to sit for Nazareth's Entrance Exam may choose to take it at another private or Archdiocesan high school in the area and send their scores to Nazareth in order to be considered for admission. Students can select which testing day the prefer. Please note, only students who take Nazareth's Entrance Exam are eligible for academic scholarship consideration.
Please note: Submitting an Application for Admission does NOT automatically register your daughter for our 8th Grade Entrance & Scholarship Exam.
For more information regarding our scholarships, tuition, and financial aid, please visit our Affording NAHS page.
Qualifying applicants will receive a notification from the Admissions Office inviting them to schedule an interview. Each qualified applicant and their parent/guardian will have the opportunity to meet and interview with a member of the admissions staff or school administration. Please note: applicants must have a completed admissions file before an interview can be scheduled. A complete file includes the applicant’s Application for Admission, transcript from her current school (including 6th and 7th grade final grades and standardized testing results), and one teacher recommendation.
Nazareth Academy High School fields requests from international students wishing to come to the United States and study at college preparatory schools, such as ours. Prospective students engage in the same rigorous admissions process as all Nazareth applicants, including interviews conducted via Skype. An applicant's acceptance to Nazareth is contingent upon meeting academic requirements and living with a CSIET approved agency or blood relative (as verified by affidavit). Applicants must also meet all of the guidelines of the Department of Homeland Security and Student Exchange and Visitor Program.
For additional information, please contact, Sister Teresa Mary Lukaszewski at firstname.lastname@example.org. or 215.268.1064.