Your child’s growth from kindergarten through eight grade is tremendous. Assumption is a place where your child can grow in character, mind, body, and soul. We look forward to guiding you through the process of applying to join our Knight family; see the steps below to begin.

step 1

October 16, 2023: Campus tours began.

  • Families applying to ACS scheduled their on-campus tour HERE.

Families applying to ACS gathered the following application materials:

  • Previous year final report card
  • Current year-to-date report card
  • A copy of the child’s most recent standardized test results (if applicable)
  • Teacher recommendation email (this should be sent from the child’s current teacher’s email address)
  • Record of IEP, 504, psychological evaluation (if applicable)
  • Birth certificate

All of these items should be scanned as pdf's and uploaded electronically during the application process. Jpeg is not an acceptable file type as it does not print legibly.


October 30, 2023: Application portal opened.

At the time of application, all new students seeking admission to Assumption were evaluated on the basis of standardized test scores, report cards, and teacher recommendations. Students applying for admissions were required to upload the above-listed required documents. These were reviewed to determine whether the program at Assumption Catholic School would meet the educational needs of the student. 

As openings become available, the following priorities are used to accept students to Assumption Catholic School:

  1. Active Assumption Catholic Church Parishioner
  2. Sibling of current Assumption student/ACS parent or sibling alumni
  3. Members of other Catholic parishes
  4. Non-Catholic students


January 31, 2024: First round application deadline.


March 1, 2024: First round decisions emailed.

other application & ENROLLMENT information

Families must complete Online Enrollment and FACTS registration by the deadline provided in the Enrollment Offer email. Failure to meet this deadline will move the applicant to the waitlist.

All new students will be given a trial period in which to demonstrate growth both socially and academically. If during this trial period (90 days) there are any problems, a student may be asked to withdraw his/her attendance at Assumption Catholic School. Withdrawal policies will apply.


  1. Returning students must reserve their spot by paying the re-registration fee each year by the designated deadline.
  2. All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.
  3. Families that do not re-register by the deadline are giving up their spot(s). Assumption will work with all parish families that need financial assistance.



Parents/Guardians must update any change of address, home telephone numbers, cell phone numbers, business phone numbers, e-mail addresses and/or phone numbers of emergency contacts in their Family Portal account. This will guarantee that office records are accurate, complete, and up to date.



Assumption Catholic School adheres to the Buckley Amendment (Family Education Rights and Privacy) regarding access to student records. Records of students transferring to other schools will only be sent through the US Mail or scanned and emailed directly to the school registrar. No records will be given to parents to transport to the new school.


Students requesting records/transcripts/recommendations must allow five school days in order to fulfill the request. Records will be sent via the U.S. Mail or sent electronically. Special handling will require that all postal fees be paid by the student's parent/guardian.


All student evaluations will only be sent directly to the office requiring the evaluation. No copies of the evaluation will be given to parents. 


No records will be sent to transferring schools of students whose financial commitment is in arrears.


Florida Statute 232.0332, which became effective on August 1, 1982, requires that prior to admittance to or attendance in a public or non-public school, grades kindergarten through 12, or a preschool, each child present must have on file with the school a certificate of immunization (DH 680) for the prevention of those communicable diseases for which immunizations are required by the Department of Health. 

FL Department of Health regulations require DH 680 Form, Part C, to be signed by hand or by electronic signature in Florida SHOTS by a physician licensed under Chapter 458 MEDICAL PRACTICE or Chapter 459 OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE, Florida Statutes.


Assumption Catholic School has an open admission policy. No person, on the grounds of race, color, gender, disability, or national origin, is excluded or otherwise subjected to discrimination in the receiving of services. Nor does the school discriminate in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment on the basis of race, color, disability, age, gender, or national origin.


Assumption Catholic School adheres to the tenets of Title IX: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participating in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”


admissions staff



(904) 398-1774 x202

theresa little


(904) 518-4880 x601