Saint Francis School admits students based on academic promise and does not discriminate based on ethnicity, religion, or socio-economic status. Students come from Hawaii, the U.S. mainland, China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan to study in a safe, friendly, and academically challenging environment. Selection is based on the student’s application, supporting documents, and an assessment interview. The interview is important since it affords us the opportunity to meet you and your child.

Our major entry points for admission are Preschool, Kindergarten, sixth, seventh, and ninth grade; however, students may be admitted in other grade levels on space availability. As you explore our website and the possibilities Saint Francis School can offer your child, please do not hesitate to contact us for further assistance.

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Admissions Process

The Following Items Are Required:                                            

Kindergarten applicants only: Copy of Birth Certificate, W-14 form (Physical examination/immunization record), Tuberculosis reading, and Preschool progress/evaluation report.

HAIS Teacher Reference Reports:  Submit one (1) current teacher (Kindergarten -1st grade) Provide two (2) (2nd – 12th grade) from two current academic teachers. These forms are confidential and should arrive directly from the respective teachers in a stamped envelope addressed to Saint Francis School.

Consent for Release of Information: submit this form to your child’s current/previous school. They will release standardized Testing Results (If applicable) and Report Card (Current and previous school year) or Progress/Evaluation Report (Kindergarten applicants only). Those applying for admission into grades 10, 11 and 12 must submit an official transcript to our school.

9th grade applicants: Required SSAT Testing, you may register online at

Saint Francis SSAT code is 6426.

Interview: Candidates who submit all required application materials may be contacted to participate in an on-campus interview.

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