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Kim Flint
Admissions Director


PMA is a private Catholic school, sponsored by the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary.  We welcome students from all denominations into our programs from age 3 through grade eight.  The application process applies to all families interested in enrolling their child. All admissions questions can be sent to Kim Flint, our Admissions Director, at


PMA 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 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.


For students entering pre-Kindergarten through grade 1, the following age requirements apply:

  • Students admitted to grade 1 must be six years old by September 30 of the current year.
  • Students admitted to Kindergarten must be five years old by September 30 of the current year.
  • Students admitted to pre-Kindergarten 4 must be four years old by September 30 of the current year.
  • Students admitted to pre-Kindergarten 3 must be three years old by September 30 of the current year.

Acceptance of students in grades two through eight is based on academic approval by the Principal and space availability.  A shadow day is required for the student applying.

The following documents are required for review:

  • a recent report card
  • recent standardized testing report
  • copy of any IEPs and/or 504s, if applicable (even if the plan is no longer in effect)


  1. The PMA application can be found on this website by clicking the  "Apply Now" button located at the top of each page. This includes the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Birth certificate (upload or email a clear PDF version)
  3. A baptismal record (for a Catholic child only)
  4. Proof of the child's yearly physical and immunization records (dated within one year). This should include an action plan for asthma and/or allergies and documentation of any major medical conditions.
  5. Record release form for transfer students K-8


The following admissions guidelines apply to students transferring into PMA at any grade level.

Parents or guardians of students seeking admission to PMA must present copies of the most recent report card, standardized test results, IEPs, 504s, and other evidence of achievement from the last school attended. You may ask your child's current school for copies of academic documents.  Prospective students and parents will meet with the Principal and/or Assistant Principal to discuss admission. 

PMA, respecting the rights of all involved, retains its authority to refuse admittance to, or ask parents to withdraw, at any time, any student whose special needs cannot be met within the school setting, or whose presence would seriously impair the development of Christian education.  The decision to accept a student is the responsibility of the Principal and/or Assitant Principal. Ordinarily, new students are accepted on a probationary basis of one semester.

During the probation period, parents are encouraged to maintain communication with their child’s teachers.  At the end of the probationary period, if there are concerns, a conference will be held with the teachers, parents, Principal and/or Assistant Principal to decide whether to continue the probationary period or to withdraw the student from the school.

Families seeking admission to PMA who have outstanding financial obligations to other Catholic and private schools will not be accepted until those financial obligations are met.