Our Admissions Process
There are limited spots available per class at St. John the Baptist Hybrid School. If a class is full, students may be placed on the waitlist.
If there are not enough students enrolled in a particular grade, we may consider the possibility of combining two grades to meet the minimum space requirement per class. This method of combining two grades is used in various small, private schools throughout the country.
Each class will be given grade-appropriate instruction within the same classroom. We will make every effort possible to accommodate all interested families.
Applying is as easy as 1-2-3
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Complete an online application through ClassReach
(See instructions below!)
Pay the application fee via emailed invoice.
Submit recent standardized test results and Progress Report/Report Card or complete a Grade Readiness Assessment with our staff.
Visit stjohn.classreach.com/apply (this is best viewed on a computer)
Enter your main email address on the website. You will receive an email from ClassReach (please check your junk mail if it doesn't come to your inbox) with a link to our online application.
Use the email link to complete the entire application. You will only need one application per family. There will be options to add more than one student. (If you are unable to finish in one sitting, you can SAVE & EXIT the application. ClassReach will then email you a link to return to the application at a later time.)
Once your application is submitted online, you will receive a confirmation email. We will send you an invoice to pay the Application Fee.
After we have reviewed your application and received your Application Fee, we will contact you for recent standardized test scores or to arrange a grade readiness assessment with our Educational Advisor. \
Note about accommodations for students with learning disabilities
St. John the Baptist Hybrid School is a program designed for parent and teacher collaboration in a united effort to meet the individual needs of every student. With a balance of homeschooling and traditional classroom instruction, time in class is limited compared to full-time traditional schools. Due to time constraints, we do not have the ability to provide in-class accommodations for students with learning disabilities. We do offer additional time for taking tests on an as-needed basis. At this time, we are unable to accept students who have known or suspected learning disabilities that require accommodations during school hours.