Do I have to be Catholic to attend Mary Immaculate School?
What are the requirements to enter Mary Immaculate School?
How do I begin the process of enrolling my child at Mary Immaculate School?
Is there a probation period?
Does Mary Immaculate charge tuition?
Are there other fees besides tuition?
Are there any other requirements besides fees and tuition?
What options do I have for paying tuition?
Is there any tuition assistance available?
Does Mary Immaculate provide transportation?
Does Mary Immaculate have a hot lunch program?
Does Mary Immaculate provide Before/After School Care?
What kind of supplies do we need to provide for the beginning of the school year?
Do students need to wear uniforms?
We accept non-Catholics. Religion instruction is mandatory for all students as well as monthly Mass attendance.
We accept students with specialized learning needs. Many of these students already have an ETR/MFE and an IEP. It is not necessary that a student have these documents to apply to Mary Immaculate. Our students are those who struggle with learning in an inclusive classroom yet have the ability to learn the required content standards.
Mary Immaculate School does not have an open enrollment policy. While we do not discriminate based on race, color, or religion, we do have an application process to help determine if our school is able to meet the educational needs of your child.
When students enter Mary Immaculate School, they are on probation for a period of nine weeks. This period is necessary to ensure that Mary Immaculate School is a good fit for the child and if we are meeting the family's expectations.
Mary Immaculate is a tuition-based school. Tuition is set each school year in by the Mary Immaculate School Board.
Mary Immaculate has fees outside of tuition that all families are required to pay. These fees are a non-refundable registration fee and a fundraising fee. The school offers opportunities throughout the school year to raise the fundraising fee.
MI families are required to fulfill a set number of service hours. If the service hours are not completed by the end of the school year, there will be a charge equal to the pre-determined value of these hours.
Tuition is due in full by August 1st. Parent may also elect to use the FACTS Tuition Payment program. This program allows you to choose from several convenient payment plans. The FACTS program has an enrollment fee but for most people this expense is less that the amount you would pay to take a loan from the bank. All families who have not paid tuition in full must have a FACTS agreement on file with the school prior to the beginning on the school year.
Mary Immaculate School does offer our own scholarship program. To participate, families must fill out the "Student Scholarship Request" form and provide the school with the current year's federal tax return (Form 1040). Mary Immaculate is approved to provide for students participating in the State of Ohio's Autism Scholarship Program and EdChoice Scholarship Program. We also accept students on the Northwest Ohio Scholarship. We can help qualifying families to apply for these programs.
Mary Immaculate School does not provide transportation. You will need to check with your local school district to see if they provide transportation. Toledo Public School currently provides yellow bus service for students residing in the Rogers High School area.
Mary Immaculate School does not have a hot lunch program. We have microwaves available in the cafeteria. We do sell milk.
Students can arrive at school by 7:30 a.m. for an 8:10 a.m. start. There is no cost for the early morning program. We currently do not offer an after school program. Students must be picked up at the end of the school day. There is a charge for students not picked up within the designated time following dismissal.
A supply list will be sent out before school begins. You can check our web site to see what was needed for this year.
Mary Immaculate School does have a uniform policy. We also have a dress code for P.E. classes. These can be found on our website.