Congratulations and welcome! Thank you for choosing Holy Rosary Catholic School for your child(ren)’s education. You and your children are invited to read the following information about our admission policies. May your years with us be filled with personal growth, especially in ways that challenge the mind, build a partnership, strengthen a strong, faith-filled, loving community, and draw us all closer to God.

Holy Rosary Catholic School | Admission Applying to SchoolOur “official” enrollment for new students opens in January for Fall of that same year. However, new student applications are accepted throughout the school year. While there are no cutoff dates for applications, there are deadline dates for our financial aid options.

Age Requirements:

  • Kindergarten: 5 years old by September 1st

  • 1st Grade: 6 years old by September 1st (or completion of an approved Kindergarten program)

Transfer Students:

Welcome to Holy Rosary! Students who transfer from another school must arrange to provide copies of their academic records, health records, discipline record and other such records from their current school necessary to ensure their final acceptance to Holy Rosary School. A form for transfer of records is available from the school office.

Application Packets:  

Please click on the application packet and download/print the form. Completed packets can be dropped off at the school or mailed to:  Holy Rosary School, 5199 Richfield Road, Flint, MI 48506

Holy Rosary Catholic School admits all students regardless of religion, race, sex, color, and national or ethnic origin, to all the rights and privileges, and programs in adherence to Diocesan Policies.  All children, regardless of religious affiliation, are to attend Mass and religion classes. Subject to the conditions and considerations set forth herein, a student will be accepted and enrolled after all pre-admission conditions and testing have been satisfactorily completed provided there is room in the class and the child has no academic, emotional, conduct, or disciplinary problem that would hinder his/her education at Holy Rosary.



Holy Rosary has a long tradition of 70 Years


Average third grade math level

(National average: 40% proficient)


The current student to teacher ratio is 11:1

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Average third grade reading level

(National average: 36% proficient)


Average eighth grade reading level

(National average: 34% proficient)

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Holy Rosary

Catholic School

5199 Richfield Road

Flint, MI 48506

(810) 736 4220

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Please open the registration and application form below, print the documents, fill them out and return them to the school office.

Registration and Application Download

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Please take a look at our welcome letter for more information.  Welcome to Holy Rosary, where the SON always shines!

Welcome Letter Download

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Find out more about financial aid and apply through the enclosed information pages.  Holy Rosary is affordable, we can help you.

Financial Aid Information Download

Does Holy Rosary utilize technology?

Yes!  We continue to implement different technological programs into our curriculum, including the use of laptops and/or tablets in some of our educational training.

How long has Holy Rosary been around?

Holy Rosary has been established for over 50 years!  Students today are part of a rich tradition of education in Genesee County.

What high schools do students attend after Holy Rosary?

While we recommend Powers Catholic High School, students that have been through the 8th Grade at Holy Rosary have had successful high school experiences in various high schools around Genesee County especially Kearsley and Davison.

Do you offer Financial Assistance?

Yes!  Financial Assistance is available through Facts, and according to the Diocese of Lansing Website:  “Other types of scholarships and grants also are available, depending on the school or parish. Families are urged to meet with the tuition advisor of the school in which they intend to enroll so that all avenues to financial assistance can be explored.”