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Enrollment/Re-Enrollment for 2023-2024 School Year

If you are a new or RETURNING student to St. Paul the Apostle School, please click on the link below to re-enroll for the 2023-2024 school year.  


If you have already re-enrolled but just need to pay the $125 enrollment fee - please go to this link: (It says Assumption but it is for all Parochial Schools). Maximum fee paid is $375 per family.  If you have more than three students, there is no fee for child 4, 5, 6, etc.

If you are NEW to St. Paul's, and are interested in your Preschool - 8th grader attending St. Paul's, please email  [email protected], or you can call the school office at 563-322-2923, ext. 0 to set up a tour.


Registration for the 2023-2024 School Year is currently in progress. If your chid(ren) is RETURNING to St. Pauls from last year, please complete the online registration for each child at

New parents must first complete the Enrollment process (re-enrollment link above), schedule a meeting/tour with the principal, and complete the registration link for each child.  You will not be accepted until all three steps are completed.  To schedule a tour, please email [email protected].

Medical forms (preschool physicals, immunization records, etc) may be dropped off at the school office M-F beginning on Wednesday, August 9 - Friday, August 18  from 8AM - 2:30 PM or at Unpack your Backpack on Monday, August 21.

Lunch info will be coming out soon!  Please watch your email!


Required Health Forms by Grade
Preschool - Immunization and Physical
KGN - Immunization Record, Dental Screening, Vision Screening (can use the one from Preschool - must be dated within a year of school start date)
1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th grades - Immunization Record only
3rd grade- Immunization Record and Vision Screening 
6th and 8th grade - Immunization Record and (Physical for anyone participating in Catholic League Sports only)
7th grade - Immunization Record with recent dTAP booster and (Physical for anyone participating in Catholic League Sports only)
We will also need any allergy/asthma/seizure action plans and medications to go with these plans each year in August.  It is the parent responsibility to get these to us as quickly as possible when school starts.  You can use our forms (Listed below), or anything from your doctor signed by the doctor and the parent. 
Any medication (including Epi Pens) must be brought to school in it's ORIGINAL container (the box for the epi pen must be present). 
All medications listed on the action plan must be provided by the parent. 
We cannot administer expired medications.  We will email you if a medication is approaching it's expiration date for a refill.  Please be prompt in replacing expired meds.
If a student is mature enough to carry his/her own inhaler, we need a completed self-administration form completed by the doctor.  Please let the office and your child's teacher know if your child has their own inhaler in their backpack.
Miscellaneous health forms are available (see below)