What to Expect

Before a student can be considered for admission to Aquinas High School, the entire application process must be completed.
Here’s what to expect:

Step 1

To begin the online application a parent or guardian must first create an account here. (Click on the blue “Create an Account” button)

Step 2

Once you create an account and login, you will click the button to begin the application process.


Step 3

Please enter all of the required information on the school application form. There are 6 pages to the application form and all pages need to be completed before our admissions office will be notified.

Step 4

Once you complete the initial application, please allow 24 hours for your admissions checklist to be generated. The information requested on the admissions checklist will vary depending on your student’s grade level, current school, and the information entered on the application. To view your child’s admissions checklist, please login to the application portal.

For a student to be considered for admission to Aquinas, the following information must be submitted:

For an incoming 9th grader:
  • Completed application form
  • Copy of most recent report card
  • Discipline record
  • Most recent standardized test scores
  • High School Placement Test
  • Teacher recommendation form
  • If applicable – Special program records (IEP / 504 Plan / Evaluation)
For a transfer student:
  • Completed application form
  • Current high school records to include transcript, attendance, and discipline records
  • Most recent standardized test scores
  • Teacher recommendation form
  • If necessary – Interview with school administration
  • If applicable – Special program records (IEP / 504 Plan / Evaluation)

We are always here to help.

We are always here to help guide you through the application process. If you have any questions, please contact our Director of Admissions, Mr. Tim Przybysz ( or 706-736-5516, ext. 116)

Admissions Criteria
Aquinas High School is a college preparatory, co-educational Catholic school serving students in grades 9-12. We accept students with diverse backgrounds and a range of academic ability, while providing a curriculum and Christ-centered environment that prepares them for college and for life. Applicants are evaluated on their desire to fully participate in an Aquinas education, as well as on prior academic progress, standardized test scores, attendance, and discipline.