Admission Requirements

Saint Boniface Catholic School will admit students of any race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or sex. Every student will have access to all extra curricular activities, and options available.

The school offers grades Kindergarten through 6th as well as Pre-school programs for both three and four year olds, as well as an Early Childhood Center for toddlers.


Admission Requirements

  • Kindergarten: “According to diocesan regulation, no child shall be admitted to the kindergarten unless he/she has attained the age of five (5) on or before September 1 of such school year.” (Diocesan Handbook 2.01)
  • First Grade: “According to Diocesan regulation, no child shall be admitted to the first grade unless he/she has attained the age of six (6) on or before September 1 of such school year.” (Diocesan Handbook 2.02)

Arkansas State Law also requires all pupils entering kindergarten or first grade to present an OFFICIAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE from the Office of Vital Statistics as well as a SOCIAL SECURITY CARD. Catholics are to present a BAPTISMAL CERTIFICATE also. IMMUNIZATION CERTIFICATES will be required for all students entering school for the first time and those who transfer from other schools.


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Immunization Requirements

The minimum immunization requirements for entry into school, regardless of grade, are three doses of Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis (DPT) or Diphtheria/Tetanus (DT), three doses of Polio vaccine, a Rubeola (measles) vaccine, and a Rubella (German Measles) vaccine. One dose of DTP and the polio vaccine must be given after the fourth birthday. Both measles vaccines must have been administered on or after the first birthday. Mumps vaccine, although not required by law, is strongly encouraged.

As of January 1, 2001, three doses are required before completing the school year for all Kindergarten and transfer students. One dose of Varicella (chicken pox) must have been administered on or after the first birthday. One dose is required for all Kindergarten students. A parent/guardian or physician history of disease may be accepted in lieu of vaccine.