Current, plus 2 previous years. Students applying from public schools or private schools outside the Arlington Diocese, please use the “Release of Records” form. Transfer students require current high school transcript with credits noted. Click here for the Release of Records form.
High School Placement Test results are required for all 9th grade applicants. Students in diocesan schools will take the HSPT at their middle school on November 30, 2023. All other students (either from public schools or other private schools) will need to register to take the exam on December 2, 2023 (or January 6, 2024). Click here for details on how to register.
Please have a current teacher, counselor or principal complete the Student Recommendation Form. Students coming from diocesan schools do not need to submit this form as recommendation forms are automatically sent from diocesan schools.
Students must provide a response (at least 2 paragraphs) answering the following question: Bishop Ireton is a supportive school community in which students grow in knowledge and faith while having the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities. Our motto is “Advance Always.” If you attend Bishop Ireton, what will you contribute to our community, and how will you advance always?Please remember to type your name on the essay.
The High School Placement Test is not only used as an admissions requirement, it is also used in consideration for scholarship and as a pre-requisite to determine course level once your student is enrolled at Bishop Ireton. See the Course Catalog to review pre-requisites for honors classes.
Fall sports try outs and practices will take place starting August 1, 2024 for football and August 11, 2024 for all other fall sports (NOTE: this date is subject to change). If your student is planning to participate in a fall sport, please plan accordingly.
Catholic Schools, administered under the authority of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, marital status, disability, national origin or citizenship in the administration of their educational personnel, admissions, financial aid, athletic and other school-administered programs.
Further, a student need not be Catholic to attend Bishop Ireton, but is required to participate in the established curriculum and programs offered throughout the school day.