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New Recruitment and Enrollment Process for 2018-2019
Frequently Asked Questions

Our Admissions process for new students for the 2018-2019 school year will be very different from our past process. Here are answers to some questions you may have.

When can my child obtain an application for admission to The College Crusade for the 2018-2019 school year?
Applications for admission to The College Crusade will be available starting in September 2018.

Who will be eligible to apply?
To be eligible to apply, students must be in sixth grade during the 2018-2019 school year, must attend one of our participating public middle schools, and must qualify for free or reduced price lunch.

How will the application process work?
Once the Admission period begins in September 2018, an online application for enrollment will be available on our website.

When will more information be available about the new admissions process?
We expect to announce our updated admissions procedures in May 2018, including which middle schools will be participating.

Can I place my 5th-grade child on a wait list now?
We are not creating a wait list. Please check back on this page in May 2018 for information about our new enrollment procedure.

If you have additional questions, please contact Director of Family Engagement Olinda Matos at omatos@thecollegecrusade.org.  

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