Admissions Process


Students wishing to apply to the Immaculata High School Class of 2024 must take the Diocese of Metuchen High School Placement Test (HSPT). The HSPT will be administered on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Testing will begin at 8:00 AM.

Advanced registration for the HSPT is required and can be done online at: Class of 2024 HSPT Registration.

There is a $70.00 testing fee due on the day of testing. This fee may be paid in cash or by check made payable to Immaculata High School on the day of the test. You will receive an email confirmation with additional information within 2 business days of registering.


If your child has an active ISP/IEP, you must contact the Admissions Office at least three days prior to testing to discuss any necessary accommodations. A complete copy of the plan, including educational and psychological testing results and a list of accommodations must be provided to the Admissions Office.


In addition to taking the placement test, all students seeking admission to the Immaculata High School Class of 2024 must complete an online application and submit a record of grades for Grades 6, 7, and 8 as well as any available standardized test scores.


Transfer students are admitted in September and at the start of the second semester in January. To be considered for transfer admission, prospective transfer students will need to submit a completed transfer application, a completed recommendation form, and a transcript of high school grades.

The Transfer Student Application may be completed online by clicking here: Online Transfer Student Application

In addition, all transfer applicants must download, print, and submit the Recommendation Form directly to the student's current guidance counselor. The guidance counselor will complete the form, attach a transcript of grades, and forward directly to Immaculata High School.

Following receipt of the online Transfer Application, Recommendation Form, and transcript of grades, prospective students and parents will be invited to school for an on-site interview. A final decision on acceptance will be made after the on-site interview.