Admissions

Admissions at St. Johns Grammar School is quick and easy.

The first step you will take in enrolling your child is calling our office and setting up a school tour. During the tour you will get to see our beautiful campus and any questions you have will be answered.

After your tour, if you would like to move forward, we will schedule a time for you to come back and complete an assessment with your child. The assessment will take about an hour, and usually consists of a written assessment and a physical assessment. This assessment is strictly for neuro-development placement purposes and will not act as a determining factor during enrollment.

Once your child's enrollment assessment is complete we will invite you to sit down with our enrollment department to review all documentation, including the enrollment and tuition contract, as well as the student and family information forms. You will receive information to purchase uniforms, place your student in after-school clubs, and purchase lunches on our special lunch days.

That's it! After we complete all of the enrollment paperwork your child is ready for their first day of school. 

St. Johns Grammar School is proud to accept a number of scholarships, including: McKay Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities, Step Up for Students FTC Scholarship, AAA Scholarship Foundation, and the  Gardiner (Formerly PLSA) Scholarship.

For any questions about these scholarships please call us. Links to each site are listed below.

 

Contact Us:

Phone: (904) 287-8760                                             Email: sjgsoffice@gmail.com

 

Scholarships

Please see the different scholarship options available below. If you believe you may qualify, click the link to go the accompanying site for application procedures.


  • McKay Scholarship

    McKay Scholarship Program is available for Students coming from a public school district and have an existing 504 Plan or IEP.
  • Gardiner Scholarship

    The Gardiner Scholarship (formerly PLSA) is available for students with specific disabilities treated by a medical professional.
  • Step Up for Students

    Step Up for Students is a Florida Tax Credit Scholarship. It is an income based, tax credit scholarship available to qualifying families.
  • AAA Scholarship AAA Scholarship Foundation offers two scholarship options for students, including a tax credit scholarship and The Gardiner Scholarship for students with specific disabilities.
  • Admissions Requirements

    The following requirements must be completed prior to your child attending the 2017 - 2018 school year at St. Johns Grammar School

    (Kindly locate forms below)

     

    Signed Tuition and Enrollment Contract

    Student Information Sheet

    $150 Non-Refundable Registration Fee (per student)

    Tuition Payments for the 2016-2017 school year must have no outstanding balance by May 31, 2017.

     

    Additional New Student Requirements

     

    Immunization Record (completed and signed by physician)

    HRS Health Form (completed and signed by physician)

    Original Birth Certificate (State Law requires we view original)

    Former School Records (We will request these for your new student)

    Forms

    (Kindly click on appropriate link below)

    ADMISSIONS CONTRACT 2017/18

    ENROLLMENT CONTRACT 2017/18

    SCHOLARSHIP CONTRACT 2017/18

    STUDENT INFORMATION FORM

    PHOTO RELEASE FORM

    CREDIT CARD PAYMENT FORM

    PERMISSION TO ADMINISTER MEDICATION

    Saint Johns Grammar School Dress Code

    Alpha through Upper Gamma - 2013 through 2014

    Formal and Informal uniforms are purchased through Lands End by either calling or online at www.landsend.com. By using the preferred school code (900064007) at time of purchase, Lands End will make donation of all uniform sales back to SJGS. If you purchase a Lands End scrip card through the office to pay for your order (instead of a credit card), Lands End will pay 8%-12% of your order to SJGS.

    Formal Uniforms are required each Monday, on field trips, special presentations and for school photos.

    Boys Formal Uniform : navy blue pleated pants or shorts, white collared button down shirt with logo, plain black socks and plain black shoes. Girls Formal Uniform: plaid jumper (with long or short sleeve Peter Pan ruffled blouse and logo on the collar), blue chino skort, navy blue pleated pants or shorts with white collared button up shirt with logo on front of shirt, tights, knee high plain white socks, plain low white cuffed socks and plain black Mary Jane or tennis shoes. In cold weather, students are to layer SJGS cool weather apparel: crewneck, sweater, sweatshirt, zip front cardigan and fleece jacket (all monogrammed). In extremely cold weather, students may wear coat of choice that reflects good taste and similar color scheme of school uniform.

    Informal Uniforms are required Tuesday through Thursday

    Boys Informal Uniform: navy blue pleated pants or shorts, red or white polo shirt with logo, plain black socks and plain black shoes. Girls Informal Uniform: plaid jumper (with long or short sleeve Peter Pan ruffled blouse and logo on the collar), blue chino skort (a combination skirt and short), navy blue pleated pants or shorts with red or white polo shirt with logo, tights, knee high plain white socks or plain low white cuffed socks and plain black Mary Jane or tennis shoes. In cold weather, students are to layer SJGS cool weather apparel: crewneck, sweater, sweatshirt, zip front cardigan and fleece jacket (all monogrammed). In extremely cold weather, students may wear coat of choice that reflects good taste and similar color scheme of school uniform.

    P E Uniforms are required on Friday

    The P E Uniform consists of red shorts and a white tee-shirt. These may be purchased directly through the SJGS main office. In colder weather, the P E Uniform may include navy blue sweat pants and a white and red SJGS sweatshirt.