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Admission Process

Admission Process 

New families are welcome to submit an application for admission at anytime. Registration normally begins in January and all new family interviews will be scheduled after Returning Family Registration is over. 

Admission priority is as follows:
     1. Current Annunciation students 
     2. Siblings of current Annunciation students
     3. Parish members of Annunciation Catholic Church
     4. Parish members of other Catholic parishes
     5. Non Catholic families

To begin the admission new families should submit:
     1. Completed Application Packet
     2. Recent report card (if transferring from another school)

Family Interview
Beginning in mid-February, Mrs. House will meet with the prospective student and his/her parent(s).  This meeting lasts approximately 30 to 45 minutes.  Special arrangements will be made for families living out-of-state.
*The kindergarten readiness test will be administered to all new incoming kindergarten students.  
Letter of Acceptance
Acceptance letters are typically mailed within two weeks of the family interview. 

If your child is accepted, your family must timely submit the Registration Fee, copy of birth certificate, immunization record (MS Form 121), tuition contract, Emergency Contact Form, and Request for School Records (applicable to transfer students).  Due to limited space in classes, the deadline for submitting these documents is time sensitive and placement in the class is not guaranteed after the deadline given in the acceptance letter.

Please return application to:
Annunciation Catholic School
Attention: Katie Fenstermacher
223 North Browder Street
Columbus, MS 39702
by Fax: 662.328.0430
by email:

You should receive a confirmation email within 2 business days.  If you do not receive an email, please call us at 662.328.4479.
Annunciation Catholic School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national/ethnic origin or physical handicap in the administration of its educational and admissions policies.