Inquire Today at St. Augustine School
Come and see for yourself what a difference a St. Augustine School education makes.
Personal tours can be scheduled for anytime during the school day (9 a.m.- 3 p.m.). Please contact our school office at 410-796-3040 or Jennifer Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to meeting you!
“Ever since I joined SAS, from public school, I really noticed a difference in the way people treated each other, acted and the language they spoke. I personally think that the best thing about being a student at SAS is that everything is centered around our Christian faith.” – Fady, 8th Grade
Thank you for expressing an interest in St. Augustine Catholic School.
How do I begin the admissions process?
We want to make the application process as easy as possible for families. Simply call the Admissions office to discuss your need and visit our How to Apply page section.
Is there a waitlist?
Our waitlists do not roll over from year to year. Beginning August 1, all families should contact the Admissions office to roll over their applications to the next school year at no charge. Typically, there is a waitlist in every grade from PreK to 8th. While there is no guarantee of an opening, if you are considering a Catholic education at St. Joseph School-Fullerton, you may want to consider enrolling your child prior to 4th grade as our Middle School fills very quickly.
Can prospective students attend an open house or a private tour?
Yes, we would love for prospective students to attend an open house or join us for a private tour! Both are great ways to experience St. Joseph School – Fullerton. Email our Admissions office to schedule.
Where do most students attend high school?
A majority of our students will go on to attend a Catholic high school. Our 2023 graduating 8th-grade students received more than $720K in merit scholarships to area Catholic high schools. Their high schools included Archbishop Curley High School, Archbishop Spalding High School, The Catholic High School of Baltimore, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Mount de Sales Academy, Mount Hebron High School and Mount Saint Joseph High School.