Admissions

Become A Warrior Today!
  • Thank you for your interest in Our Lady of Mount Carmel!

    In order to register your child at the Academy, you must complete the following steps:

    1. All prospective parents must receive a tour of the Academy--either scheduled privately or during open houses.
    2. Students entering Grades K–7 must successfully complete an entrance exam.
    3. The Academy must be provided with the following documentation:
      a) Birth certificate
      b) Baptismal certificate for all Catholic children
      c) Health records with immunization dates

    Preference will be given to siblings of a current student and/or active parishioners of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church whenever spaces are limited in a particular grade level.
    Contact: admissions@nullacademyolmc.org

Age Requirements

  • Must be 3 years old by October 15th of the starting school year
  • Must be 4 years old by October 15th of the starting school year
  • Must be 5 years old by October 15th of the starting school year
  • Must be 6 years old by October 15th of the starting school year

Annual Tuition and Fees

  • Pre-K 3 & 4

  • K–8th Grade

  • Fees

  • Warrior for a Day

    While taking a tour is a great way to see the Academy, the best way to see if your child is the right fit for OLMC is for them to experience it themselves. We require every prospective student in Grades 1-8 to experience a typical day on campus in our Warrior for Day program. Prospective students are given the opportunity to shadow a current student throughout the course of a typical day; this includes going to classes, interacting with students and teachers and having lunch! If interested, all parents of prospective students should contact: eguerra@nullacademyolmc.org

    What to Expect?
    Please arrive at the Main Office no later than 8:00 a.m. Prospective students and their parents will be greeted by an administrator who will offer a brief overview of the Academy and introduce a student ambassador who will accompany the visiting student throughout the day. At the conclusion of the visit, parents will have an opportunity to speak with the Principal, who will answer any questions.

    Dress Code
    Recommended attire for your visit is:
    Boys: Dress pants or non-cargo khakis; a solid-colored polo shirt or a dress shirt with a collar.
    Girls: Dress pants or non-cargo khakis; a dress or skirt of an appropriate length; a solid-colored polo shirt or dress shirt. Depending on the weather, a jacket or sweater may also be worn.