Bethlehem Catholic High School warmly welcomes transfer students. In order for a student to be considered for transfer admission, the following provisions must be met by the applicant:
- The appropriate academic schedule is available.
- The applicant has attained the minimum academic level required by Bethlehem Catholic High School.
- The student has a good attendance and disciplinary record.
- If these provisions are met, a formal interview with the applicant will be conducted by our Director of Admissions, Mr. Joseph Henrich.
The Admissions Board will then render a final decision by reviewing all admission materials submitted and considering the formal interview. All transfer students are admitted on academic, disciplinary and attendance probation.
- Bethlehem Catholic High School is a four-year coeducational secondary school.
- Bethlehem Catholic accepts students of all religions. All students must take four years of Theology courses and must attend religious services that take place during the day, regardless of religious affiliation.
- Bethlehem Catholic accepts students of varying academic abilities, provided that the guidance department concurs as to the school’s ability to meet the individual needs of such students and upon receipt and review of grades/testing results from the previous school attended.
- Bethlehem Catholic accepts students having limited physical disabilities, provided that such students have enough mobility to use stairs or may have a schedule adjusted for only first floor classes. Bethlehem Catholic physically cannot meet the needs for other special need disabled (no elevators for the floor to floor movement).
- Bethlehem Catholic reserves the right to either reject or defer the acceptance of students with criminal records, a history of violent behavior, a history of drug or alcohol abuse, or students previously expelled from another school. Often such applicants are advised to attend alterative school. After one year of violation free behavior, they may be reconsidered for admittance to Bethlehem Catholic.
- Bethlehem Catholic students are required to pay tuition and fees. Eligibility for financial aid is determined by an independent agency. All final decisions remain the domain of the school administration.
- Bethlehem Catholic students are required to wear uniforms as described in the student handbook. Some exceptions are made for religious requirements.
- Bethlehem Catholic students are required to adhere to the policies and regulations contained within the student handbook.
If you are interested in seeking tuition assistance, please complete the online application. Once completed, the application and financial documents will be reviewed by our Tuition and Financial Assistance Coordinator, Mrs. Lisa Toolan, for financial aid consideration.
For more information about the transfer process or to set up an appointment, please contact: Mrs. Cristin Eick, Director of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-866-0791 ext. 313.