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Admissions

We are excited about your interest in Pomona Catholic.  It is our goal to provide you with full insight to the endless opportunities that are available when you become a member of our PC Family. We have provided a Catholic education to the youth of this community since 1898 and are proud to maintain a rich history of traditions that have served several generations.
 
Pomona Catholic has open enrollment.  See the Admissions Process Below.  

If you need assistance, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Mrs. Faith Edaburn at 909-623-5297, ext. 32 or admissions@pomoncatholic.org.

 
Admissions Process
1. Attend a Virtual Preview Day or make an appointment for a Private School Tour.
Click here to schedule your appointment(s). https://www.pomonacatholic.org/admissions/previewandtour.cfm
 
2. Application for Admission
Applicants can access and complete our online application here: https://www.pomonacatholic.org/admissions/applynow.cfm

3. Application Fee
The application fee is $75.  This includes the cost for the High School Placement Test.  This application fee is non-refundable and payable via check to Pomona Catholic School or online at https://pomonacatholicschool.factsmgtadmin.com/give/
 
4. High School Placement Test (HSPT)
Incoming freshmen are required to take the High School Placement Test.  The HSPT is used to assist in class placements and to ensure that our freshmen are scheduled for courses most suited for their current academic ability.  Transfer students are not required to take the HSPT; we evaluate their high school records to determine class placement.
The test date at Pomona Catholic School is Saturday, January 30.
 
5. HSPT Results
Placement Test results will be mailed in early March and reviewing during the course selection meetings.  All prospective students will be invited to a Freshmen Orientation/Registration Night in April. 
 
6. Acceptance
For incoming freshman, letters of acceptance will be mailed on Friday, March 5.
Incoming transfer students and parents are notified upon completion of their interview(s). 
After receiving notification of acceptance to Pomona Catholic, students must attend/schedule an orientation meeting.
 
7. Requested Documents for Admission
This process includes the release for student records and letters of recommendation.

Mission Statement

Pomona Catholic offers a safe, nurturing, and challenging college preparatory education in a Catholic environment which inspires students of all faiths to achieve academic excellence and develop into confident, service-oriented leaders.