Admissions

Application Process

Incoming Freshmen

Elizabeth Seton High School admits approximately 160 students to the freshman class each year. The deadline for submitting admissions material for entry into ninth grade is December 12, 2019. Each eighth grade applicant should provide the following in order to be considered for admission:

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  • Eighth grade students presently attending Catholic elementary schools must ...

    • Submit Seton’s application and application fee by December 12, 2019
    • List Seton as one of their choices at their Catholic middle school
    • Take the HSPT given at their school in November and select Seton as one of their high school choices on the test day
  • Eighth grade students not attending Catholic elementary schools must ...

    • Submit Seton’s application and application fee by December 12, 2019
    • Submit two teacher recommendations
    • Forward an academic transcript containing final 7th grade grades, first quarter of 8th grade grades, and standardized testing from 6th or 7th grade from their present school
    • Register for the Archdiocesan Entrance Exam (HSPT) given in December and select Seton as one of their high school choices on the test day

Transfer Students

Elizabeth Seton High School admits a limited number of sophomore and junior students each year, depending on space.

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Required Forms

The forms below may be downloaded, printed and used in place of forms supplied by Seton. If you do not already have the Acrobat Reader installed, you will need to download and install the Reader before you can access these Forms:

*Important note to Grade 9 applicants currently attending a parish school in the Archdiocese of Washington: The above forms do not apply to your application as Elizabeth Seton High School accepts the Catholic High School Student Information Form in lie
Elizabeth Seton High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its admissions and educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.