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Admissions

Saint Joseph High School accepts a limited number of International students each year.   Please contact the Admissions Office before starting the process to make sure that there is availability in the class for which the student is applying.

The 2018-2019 tuition for international students is $19,800. 

 International Student Application Process

  1. Complete the ONLINE APPLICATION

  2. Submit the student's English Language Proficiency Test results from the TOEFL, TOEFL Jr, along with an explanation of scores.

  3. Provide a copy of the student's academic records and translation to English along with an explanation of the grading system. Records must be submitted for each year in high school. Records must be from the previous two academic years. The official school transcripts must be on school letterhead or must carry the official school stamp or seal.

  4. Provide two letters of recommendation (in English) from the student's current school.

  5. Provide a copy of the student's passport or birth certificate.

  6. Submit the student's official immunization record. Please have the student's physician enter the exact dates of all immunizations and attach official seal. The record must then be translated into English. Students must be in compliance with immunization requirements for the State of New Jersey in order to attend classes.

  7. Upon receipt of the student application and supporting documentation, the student will be contacted to submit a video interview.

  8. An official letter or email from the Saint Joseph High School Admissions Office will notify the student of the admissions decision.

All required documentation can be faxed to 732-549-0664 or emailed to Admissions@stjoes.org

Statement and Fees

Tuition and fees for international students must be paid directly to Saint Joseph High School. Payments must be either U.S. currency or a check from a U.S. Banking Institution.

Please contact the Admissions Office for information on International tuition and fees, 732-549-7600 Ext. 221.