RE-ENROLLMENT Begins February 1, 2019
Access online re-enrollment through existing account on ParentsWeb
No account? Follow the instructions below for Creating a ParentsWeb Login
Go to www.renweb.com
Select Logins from the menu bar and ParentsWeb Login from the drop-down menu.
Type in your username and password. If you have forgotten your username or password, please click on the link provided.
After logging in, click on the Family Information button in the left menu.
Click on the Enrollment/Re-enrollment button.
Online Enrollment system will open with a link to the enrollment packet. The online process should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Your information will be saved if you need to quit and come back later.
The Instructions and Enrollment Checklist page of the enrollment packet contains supplemental enrollment forms that also must be submitted. Further instructions on these forms are provided online.
NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT Begins February 18, 2019
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Contact SMS REGISTRAR: Debbie Norman: email@example.com 318-352-8394
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St. Mary’s School is an open admission non-public Catholic school. It does not discriminate on any national, ethnic or religious basis in administration of the school’s education policies, financial assistance programs, athletics, or any other school-administered program. The school upholds the philosophy of educating the whole child in a faith-filled environment. It seeks to serve all students desiring the benefits of a quality Catholic education.
Admission may be denied to any applicant if their needs cannot be properly served at St. Mary’s School. This may occur when class size does not allow for proper placement of a student, when there is a need for highly specialized counseling or treatment, or when a student’s discipline record indicates a disruptive pattern, etc. St. Mary’s Catholic School administration also reserves the right to deny enrollment of any student due to parental non- compliance of rules and misrepresentation of child or family information (i.e. age, health information, past academic records, church affiliation, etc.).