Admission Process

 

Thank you for considering Mater Salvatoris School for the education of your daughter.

Our admission process begins when you schedule a Parent Interview, sending basic information to the Admissions Office. A visit by the student is the final step in the Admission Process. After the Parent Interview, you may submit the Application for your child. The last step is a Student Visit.

  • Request of Information +
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information regarding the new Mater Salvatoris School in Stamford. Contact the Admissions Office at stm.admissions@matersalvatoris.org or call at (203) 997.5421
  • Parent Interview +

    STUDENT DATA

    Date of Birth




    CONTACT DETAILS

  • Application Form +
    At the end of the interview parents will receive the application packet to complete, and return to the school by mail or email at stm.admissions@matersalvatoris.org.
    The online application will be available shortly.
  • Student Visit +
    The visit is the third step and takes place after receiving the Application. The Admission Office will contact you to schedule the Student Visit.
    Mater Salvatoris School provides a student-centered learning environment. The purpose of this Student Visit is to meet the student in a welcoming, comfortable and playful environment, to better know the child’s maturity and development stage. This way we can attend to the specific needs of each of our students from the beginning of the school year.

Non – Discrimination Policy

Mater Salvatoris College Preparatory School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It doesn’t discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

The entire curriculum and student life at Mater Salvatoris College Prep School are permeated with the Roman Catholic teachings, traditions, philosophy and mission. Parents who are not Catholic may enroll their children with the explicit understanding that all students must participate in Religion and Theology classes, and all religious liturgies and activities in the school and in the church.

Mater Salvatoris School does not have programs that address the needs of special education students.