International Student Admission

Saint Stanislaus accepts applications from students with a wide range of citizenships and international education experiences. A total of 18 percent of our student body is made up of international students from around 40 countries. International students add diversity, background, and cultural awareness to our educational community.

Saint Stanislaus’s Admission Team considers all aspects of a student’s background when making admission decisions. The admission process begins by reviewing applications based on where the student is currently enrolled. A student who attends a school outside the United States will be considered international at that point. Applicants who do not hold U.S. citizenship may be considered international applicants, regardless of whether they reside in, or are educated in, the United States.

Applicant Steps

Inquire

Please complete the Inquiry Form to learn more about Saint Stanislaus and to be added to our mailing list. Please complete this form so we can learn more about you and your interests. Upon completion of the form, you will receive more information about Saint Stanislaus and be invited to interview opportunities and admission events.

TOEFL Or IELTS Requirements

We do not require English proficiency scores, but are happy to consider them if non-native English speakers wish to demonstrate their proficiency beyond the content of their application. We accept the Duolingo English Test, the International English Language Testing System Academic, the Pearson Test of English Academic, and the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). Applicants can self-report their English proficiency test scores.

VISA

In order to obtain an F-1 VISA for study in the United States, a foreign citizen must provide his U.S. consulate in his home country with proof of ability to meet educational expenses and a certificate of eligibility for a VISA (the I-20 form). Student I-20 forms are issued only after a student accepts an offer of admission to Saint Stanislaus and pays the registration fee.   For more information, contact Homeland Security.

Schedule An Interview

An interview is required for admission.   An interview is an opportunity for the applicant and applicant’s family to learn more about Saint Stanislaus, and for our admissions representative to discover the applicant’s strengths. 

You are strongly encouraged to provide us with an interview conducted by InitialView. In an InitialView interview, you will have a relaxed conversation with an interviewer, which will be recorded and provided to our admissions team along with a writing sample. To schedule an appointment with InitialView, please click here and select “Boarding/Day School (Grades 6-12)”.

Although we highly recommend interviewing with InitialView, you may also conduct an online interview with Zoom.  Schedule Your Interview.

Complete The Online Application

Please complete and submit the online application.  

Financial Aid Option

For students who are applying for financial aid, we offer the FACTS Grant and Aid Financial Needs Assessment.

  1. If you have already created an account through FACTS and a Tuition Payment Plan, please “Sign In”. For those who are new to FACTS, please select “Create a username and password”.
  2. Select “Start Application” for the appropriate school year.
  3. Follow the instructions as directed.
Admission Decision

Your application is reviewed by our admissions committee, which makes a decision about your admission. After we review your application, we will notify you of our decision.

Questions

If we can help with the admission process, do not hesitate to contact us. Please contact Jeremy Clark, Director of Admissions via email or phone (228) 467-9057 x249

Accepted to Saint Stanislaus

Important Admission Dates & Events

  • Thu, Oct 13, 2022Explore Science
  • Tue, Nov 15, 2022 Open House
  • Tue, Dec 13, 2022 – Application Deadline
    for 2023 – 2024 School Year
  • Tue, Jan 3, 2023 – Second Semester Begins