Welcome to St. John Central School
St. John Central School does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admission policies, athletic or other school directed programs.
St. John Central School does reserve the right to refuse admission to any student with a history of behavior that would likely disrupt the learning environment. This includes, but is not limited to, expulsion from another school and/or behavior that threatens the welfare of the student body.
Admission to Kindergarten
St. John Central School offers a five-day, full-time kindergarten program. Students entering kindergarten shall be five (5) years old by August 1 and shall have successfully completed a kindergarten screening.
Any student transferring from another school into St. John Central shall submit a copy of the cumulative record from the previous school. The student will be assigned to a grade based on the recommendations of his previous instructor. If records are unavailable, an examination may be administered to determine which grade the student should be enrolled. Students entering first grade shall be six (6) years old by August 15 (ORC 3321.01) and shall have successfully completed kindergarten.
Tuition Guidelines & Fees
St. John Central School is supported by the parishes of Our Lady of Mercy, Lowell; St. Ambrose, Little Hocking; St. Bernard, Beverly; and St. John the Baptist, Churchtown.
Students enrolling at St. John Central School will be required to pay tuition and registration fees as described in the registration and tuition agreement form for that school year. A non-refundable registration fee shall be paid per student upon registration. Questions regarding tuition shall be directed to the school bookkeeper and/or the principal.
Pam Keeney, Bookkeeper
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Contact the School Office
Mon-Fri 8am - 3pm