Thank you for your interest in transferring to Archbishop John Carroll High School
The Admissions Office at Carroll welcomes you to the high school transfer application process. We welcome all students currently enrolled at another high school to apply for admission to Archbishop Carroll. Prospective student must have passing grades in all subjects and be in good academic and disciplinary standing at his or her present school. An in-person interview with a representative from our Academic Offices will be scheduled after all required academic, discipline and attendance records have been received.
We operate on a rolling admission policy; although there is not a specific deadline to enroll, it is to your advantage to plan ahead and enroll early. While we will review transfer student applications throughout the calendar year, the last day to enroll for the present 2016-2017 academic year was April 1, 2017. We are currently reviewing applications for transfer student wishing to enroll for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The Transfer Student Enrollment Process at Archbishop Carroll
Step 1: Apply
Complete and submit our online admissions application. We are currently welcoming all transfer applicants from the 2020, 2019, and 2018 Classes. A copy of the applicant’s current report card, transcripts from all completed high school grades (where applicable), and the most recent standardized test scores are required to be submitted along with the application. If you need to obtain new records from your school, or wish to send us official transcripts, please download the transcript release form from the link blow and submit the completed form to your school (Please do not send this form directly to Archbishop Carroll; this will only delay the process!). An admissions decision will not be rendered until thes academic documents have been received by the Admissions Office.
Step 2: Academic Interview
Academic Interview: All applicants aspiring to transfer into Archbishop Carroll must interview with a representative from the Office of Academic Affairs. The meeting serves the dual purpose of aiding in the admissions decision process, as well as creating an anticipate course roster for the prospective student. Please contact the Admissions Office by phone at 610-688-7610 x167 to schedule the academic interview.
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