Teacher Recommendation and Release of School Records forms (Sixth grade has only one form here)
Your son will be considered for admission once we receive these materials.
Grades and test scores don’t tell us the whole story of your son; character and personal growth are also an integral part of a Palma School education.
Lastly, deliver the Teachers’ Recommendations and Release of School Records forms to your son’s school. These forms can be downloaded using the links on this page, from the online application site or can be picked up at the school office. The forms will also be available at our open house. There are two recommendation forms: one goes to your son’s current English teacher and the second goes to his current Math teacher. Please include envelopes with Palma’s address so the teachers can mail the forms to us. The Release of School Records form should be given to your son’s school’s front office so they may send a current transcript and test scores directly to us. Be assured that we will keep the information contained in all of these forms confidential.
Once the test results and forms are in our possession, the Admission Committee will review your son’s file and make a decision regarding his admission to Palma. Palma’s Admission Committee will start meeting in mid January and you and your son will receive a decision soon thereafter.
Current Palma 8th Grade students who are interested in attending high school at Palma are not required to fill out the online application nor to sit for the admission test.
The Admissions Guide puts information, downloads and deadlines at your fingertips.
Palma School, a private school for young men, mindful of its mission to be a witness to the love of Christ for all, admits students of any race, color, national and/or ethnic origin. While Palma School does not discriminate against students with special needs, a full range of services may not be available. In order to be considered for admission to Palma School, a student must have met the following prerequisites:
Successful completion of grade 5 to be admitted to the junior high school, or successful completion of grade 8 to be admitted to the high school.
Proficient score on the admission test provided by Palma School which indicate potential for a successful transition to our college preparatory curriculum.
Positive recommendations from the student’s current school, along with a copy of the student’s transcript indicating that the student is in good standing.
Applicants who fall below these prerequisites, but have shown the potential for success, may still be considered for admission, provided resources are available to meet their needs.
Students at Palma School come from a wide array of backgrounds and socio-economic strata and the Admissions Committee understands that any one piece of information is not sufficient to render an accurate picture of a student. By weighing multiple sources, we can better ascertain unique strengths, gifts and talents.
The Director of Admissions is always eager to help should you have a question about the application process. Call 831.422.6391 x241 or email email@example.com.
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Mindful of our primary mission to be a witness to the love of Christ for all, Palma School admits students of any race, color, national and/or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school. Palma School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and/or ethnic origin, nor age in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. While Palma School does not discriminate against students with special needs, a full range of services may not be available. Likewise, Palma School does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of gender, age, disability, race, color, and national and/or ethnic origin. Palma School reserves the right to be a sole judge of merit, competence and qualifications, and can favor Catholic applicants and co-workers in all employment decisions, especially in those positions that have direct bearing upon the pastoral activity of the Church.