Admissions Process

Preschool-8th Grade

Thank you for your interest in St. Mary Magdalen School. We are pleased you have considered enrolling your child(ren) here for the upcoming school year and we look forward to working with you and your student(s) through this process, outlined below, and look forward to welcoming you into our St. Mary Magdalen family!

Step 1 – Contact us

Fill out our Request for Information link or call us at 425-353-7559 to set up a time for a tour. We will respond to all requests within 24 business hours.

Step 2 – Schedule a tour

The tour is an opportunity to answer your questions, share with you our campus and introduce you to our principal, additional staff and students. Once your tour is complete, Download, complete, and return the application and pay the non-refundable application fee of $40, cash or check made payable to St. Mary Magdalen School.

Step 3 – Make arrangements for a student visit and Assessment

Students entering first – eight grades are invited to spend time in the classroom and experience a day in the life of a St. Mary Magdalen student. At this time, the child will be given an assessment. Students in Preschool and Kindergarten are invited in for a tour with their parents. Preschool and Kindergarten students will be invited in to assess in small groups or individually, depending on the time of year. This assessment is our way of determining that we are able to meet your child(ren)s learning needs.

Step 4 – Registration

Upon completion of the assessment and our determining acceptance, you will receive a Welcome Letter, inviting you into our office to sign your contract. This is contingent upon the delivery of all required paperwork and acceptance to St. Mary Magdalen.

Registration for Kindergarten: students must have reached their fifth birthday on or before August 31st.

Registration for Preschool: students must have reached their third or fourth birthdays on or before August 31st.

St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial policies and other administered programs.