Step 1: Visit (Virtually or In-Person)
Get to know more about Carondelet by checking out the webpages at the top of the page, joining a small-group campus tour, or attending one of many virtual events.
All event registrations are collected through our Inquiry Form. We recommend researching all of our upcoming events and registering for them all at once in one submission to save yourself time.
Step 2: Apply
Fill out your application online and submit it by the December deadline.
Step 3: Test
Take the High School Placement Testing on a Saturday in mid-January. You must pre-register several weeks before the test date.
Step 4: Recommendations
Recommendations are due by the February deadline. All recommendation forms will be filled out electronically through our online application. Please give your school officials plenty of time to complete and return to Carondelet Admissions.
Step 5: Interview
Parent and student interviews are held on a Saturday in February on our Carondelet campus. Our Admissions team will reach out in January with an appointment time between 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Interviews last a total of 30 minutes—15 minutes with the student and 15 minutes with the parents/guardians and student.
Step 6: Decision
Letters of Decision and Financial Aid and Scholarship Awards are emailed in March. Enrollment contracts must be completed within one week of to secure your space in the incoming freshman class.
For this year’s dates, please visit the Admissions Dates & Deadlines.
Carondelet High School admits qualified young women of any race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in the administration of admission/educational policies, athletic, financial assistance, and other school-administered programs.
The Admissions Committee considers each ninth grade applicant based on the student’s desire to attend Carondelet, high school placement test, standardized testing in middle school grades, seventh and eighth grade report cards (academics, attendance, conduct, effort), school report by principal or designated official, and language and mathematics placement recommendations.
Although Carondelet’s curriculum is rigorously college prep, support services are available to students who may require additional support. Interviews, when deemed necessary, will be scheduled.
A wait pool will be maintained for qualified students who cannot be accepted because of full enrollment. Students who do not qualify will be so informed.
Tenth and eleventh grade applicants’ eligibility will be determined on the above criteria in addition to an interview, high school transcript, letters of recommendation and Carondelet’s ability to provide a program of studies that will meet graduation requirements. Twelfth grade eligibility is limited.
In the case of a former student re-applying, she and her parents must meet with the Principal before beginning the re-admission process.