St. Monica Catholic School is Always Looking for New Eagles!
We have spaces available in many grade levels. Come check us out; we love giving tours of our school!
Our goal is to offer a Catholic education to every student who desires to attend St. Monica Catholic School (SMS), regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or academic support needs. Due to our school size, we occasionally may have more students enroll than we are able to accommodate. A registration deadline of April 17 is in place for grade levels that are near capacity. Please email the School Office at [email protected] or call 317-255-7153 to learn more, schedule a tour, or if you need assistance with any forms or other documents. We will gladly schedule a time to meet with you face-to-face.
Click here to complete our school interest form. (We strive to provide all forms in English and Spanish.)
Already Interested in Applying?
Click here for our Student Application form; submit via email or deliver it to the School Office at [email protected]. To ensure that our enrollment process is fair and objective, St. Monica School Commission developed a formal Admission Policy for Kindergarten through 8th grade.
You Can Afford to Send Your Children to SMS!
Click here for our Tuition Policy. Our tuition includes study trips, technology fees, and most student materials. When comparing SMS tuition rates to other schools, ask about fees that may not be included in their tuition.
Through financial aid, grants, SGO, and the IDOE Choice Scholarship Program, we can help you find a way to afford tuition. Interested applicants should contact our Business Manager Jessica Sinkovic at [email protected]; she will give you the information to begin the process. To apply, please follow the link to FACTS Tuition Management.
We Love Parent Involvement!
Parent involvement has always been a hallmark of our school, and we firmly believe that our school is not complete without this component. Click here for more information from the National Education Association regarding parent involvement.