How to Apply
We welcome your application!
Students may apply to enter 9th or 10th grade.
St. Mary's is authorized to issue I-20's to international students so that students can apply for an F-1 Student Visa.
For questions relating to our academic program or student life, please contact Ronda Sheffield, International Program Director (email@example.com).
Brasileiros interessados em estudar no St. Mary's School, uma das escolas de maior prestígio no Oregon, EUA, favor entrar em contato com Conceição de Sousa Solis no seguinte e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 1. Fill out the online application (see below)
Step 2. Submit these documents by email:
-Official Transcripts (Please include the last two years of grade reports in English.)
-A copy of the name page of the student's passport
- Form I-134 According to U.S. laws, all parents must submit proof of their ability to support their child's studies in the U.S. Please print this form, fill it out, scan it and email it to Ms. Sheffield.
-Official Testing Score Report Because St. Mary's has a rigorous academic curriculum, students need strong English skills to succeed. English language tests give the Admission's Committee an accurate view of the student's English ability. We recommend a TOEFL score of 70 for admission to grade 10. (St. Mary's TOEFL code is 6262.) We accept an iTEP score of about 4.0 for grade 10. We also accept IELTS, TOEFL Jr. and the SSAT. Please email Ms. Sheffield if you have questions.
Step 3. Schedule a Skype Interview
After you have submitted your complete application to the Admission Office, we will contact you for a Skype interview. Admission interviews generally take about 20 minutes and are an informal, “get-to-know-you” time in which we will also look for English proficiency.
Please submit all materials to Ms. Ronda Sheffield, International Program Director (email@example.com).
F-1 Visa Transfer for Students Already in the U.S.
If you are transferring from another school in the U.S. and already have a F-1 Visa, please sign the top portion of the International Student Transfer Form and submit it with your application.
Parents may submit the application with the application fee after September 15th. The Admission Committee will mail decisions within two weeks of the interview and notify applicants promptly.
After February 15 any remaining openings will be filled on a rolling admission basis.
If you have any questions, please contact Ms Ronda Sheffield, Director of International Admissions (firstname.lastname@example.org).