Step 3: Request from your current school your high school transcript (including most recent report card) and disciplinary report.
The application essay is one of the many important requirements to apply to Catholic Memorial.
The Admissions Committee evaluates the essay as a writing sample and looks for age-appropriate development of ideas, vocabulary, sentence structure, and grammar.
Take advantage of this course to present yourself well through your writing. Each class will include lessons on effective writing, time to work on your essay, and feedback from the teacher.
Both exams test a student's knowledge and ability to process information, offering insight into their future learning potential.
To learn more about Catholic high school entrance exams, read our Catholic High School Entrance Test Guide.Eighth grade students interested in applying to Loyola Academy for the 2019–20 year must take the entrance exam at Loyola Academy on December 7, 2019.Applications for admission are only distributed to students who test at Loyola Academy.If an eighth grade student is seeking extended time or other accommodations on the Entrance Exam, the parent or guardian must complete the Request for Accommodations on HSPT Form and submit a copy of their most recent psychoeducational evaluation as well as an IEP or 504 plan, if one is in place, for the student at his or her current school.Documentation should be sent to Loyola's school psychologist at [email protected] November 22, 2019.Loyola Academy accepts the most qualified applicants and only if Loyola Academy has the space available to accept the student.Acceptance is contingent upon space, academic fit and the successful completion of the applicant’s current school year.Calculators and language translators are not permitted. Any questions, please contact the Loyola Academy Admissions Office at 847.920.2480.Loyola Academy offers limited testing accommodations on the entrance exam.Loyola Academy promotes the best attributes of our own school while respecting the legacy and traditions of other Catholic high schools.Admission to Loyola Academy is based on consideration of a combination of factors including, but not limited to entrance exam scores, grade school academic performance, involvement and relationship with the Academy, leadership and cocurricular activities.