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How to Apply

Applications are accepted any time during the year.

Visit Us

If you are interested in sending your child to our school, please visit us at your earliest convenience. To setup an appointment, please contact Sister Rosalie Nagy, O.C.D., the principal at 562-424-1018.

To Apply

  1. Fill out the application form either by downloading and printing from the website or from the school office and return to the school office.
  2. Schedule an appointment for an interview with the principal and a placement test of your child. Results will be given within a week. A tour of the school is available during the appointment.
  3. If accepted, return to the school office to receive the registration packet from the secretary. Bring all the required documents and registration fee at this time.

Required Documents

The following documents must be submitted with the registration packet to the school office before your child can be enrolled.

  • Copy of most recent report card
  • Original Birth certificate
  • Original Baptismal certificate
  • Original First Communion certificate
  • Immunization Records
  • Health examination report: Transitional Kinder, Kinder and 1st grade, and any student attending school for the first time in United States
  • Records release form to be signed at the time of registration with the name of previous school and address.

The school secretary will be most happy to answer any questions you may have about our school and the process of application and registration.

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Contact Us

Holy Innocents School

2500 Pacific Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90806
Phone: 562-424-1018
Fax: 562-492-9250

"When I went on a tour of the classrooms and playground, I noticed that this school had something special - a warm and unique atmosphere which impressed me. As I watched the Sisters and staff interact with the children, I knew this is where I wanted my daughter to receive her education." -Lee Anne, Parent