For over sixty years, St. Aloysius has been committed to the spiritual, intellectual, emotional and social development of all of our students.  We value the partnerships with the parents and families of our students in helping each student achieve his/her highest potential. You will find our dedicated staff genuinely cares about each student.

Our fully accredited program follows both state and diocesan standards from kindergarten through eighth grade.  Our students participate in standardized testing and consistently score well above the national average.  Using innovative learning techniques our students are continuously challenged to do their best.

Any family requesting a tuition grant or outside scholarship (regardless of the type) must complete an application.  All parishioners have grants available to them.  We continue to strive to keep tuition competitive with other surrounding schools.

New students:Contact the school office at or 419.352.8614 after completing the online application.

If you have any questions about the process, please contact Mrs. Puhl at 419.352.8614 or email at

We would love to have your family a part of our community.

Priority Registration

Admissions of New and Returning Families 

First priority for admission is given to returning students and their siblings.

For new students, priority is given to active Catholics who are registered parishioners at St. Aloysius Parish. An active Catholic is defined as one who keeps the precepts of the Church. The precepts of the Church are:

1. Attends Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation and rest from servile labor.

2. Confess sins at least once a year.

3. Receive the sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter Season.

4. Observe the days of fasting and abstinence established by the Church.

5. Help to provide for the needs of the Church.

6. Keep the marriage laws of the Church.

Second priority for new students is given to active Catholics who are registered at other local Catholic churches which do not have parish schools (St. Thomas More, St. John XXIII).

Next priority is given to active Christians who regularly participate and support their own church. A letter attesting to the practice of the Faith may be requested from the applicant’s pastor.

If room is still available for other students, St. Aloysius will not discriminate.

Registration Deadline

Registration is accepted throughout the summer, up until the first day of school. When registering a child for the first time, the person responsible for the child must present the school with a copy of the child’s birth certificate, a copy of records from the previous school of attendance, and court custody documentation if applicable. To enroll your child(ren) at St. Aloysius Catholic School, you must complete registration forms and pay registration and classroom materials fees.  Tuition is then due and payable according to the tuition option chosen.


Families who wish to transfer students to St. Aloysius School from an out of local district school, during the current academic year, must have an entrance conference with the principal. Families are given a tour of the school and acquainted with the philosophy and goals at that time. The prospective new student(s) is/are encouraged to spend a day with us before formal entrance.

It is the responsibility of the parent to obtain the previous school’s records by signing a release of records at either St. Aloysius School or the previous school. Most schools will mail the records to St. Aloysius School once the record release is signed and received. Students transferring to St. Aloysius School after November 1 of the academic school year are required to pay tuition in full. A FACTS payment plan may not be available to these families.

Students who transfer to St. Aloysius School from another school shall be accepted after these requirements are met:
1. A conference with the parents, student, and principal.
2. A recommendation for admission is received from the previous school or homeroom teacher.
3. Parents have presented a copy of the child’s most recent report card, and most recent standardized test scores.
4. Final acceptance is determined by the Principal-Minister.

During the summer, it may be difficult to obtain all of the above information when schools are closed. A telephone call to the principal and teacher (s) of the previous school may give enough information to determine admission until the cumulative folder is received. The final decision of admission in all cases is determined by the Principal-Minister.

The school nurse keeps records of students’ immunization dates on file. Items in this file include physical examinations, immunization records signed by the physician, and any documented health issues provided to the school. All immunization dates must include the month, day, year, and physician signature to be considered acceptable. All files must be complete by October 15th of the current school year. If not, the student will not be permitted to continue to attend St. Aloysius  Catholic School.