Admissions

Application Process

Welcome, Future Panthers!

Need a little more information on how your family can become part of the PVI family? It’s all right here. Please contact our Admissions team if you have any questions as you go through the application process.

Steps to Apply:

List of 5 items.

Grade 9 Admission Procedures:

The Admissions Committee considers these factors for each applicant:

  • Seventh and eighth grade transcripts
  • Results of performance on High School Placement Test and previous standardized testing
  • Recommendation from middle school counselor or principal

Transfer Admission for Other Grades:

The Admissions Committee considers these factors for each transfer applicant:

  • Review of transcripts from previous high school(s)
  • Results of performance on previous standardized testing
  • Recommendation from high school counselor or principal
  • Interview with the Assistant Principal for Admissions

For International Students

  • Complete all “Steps to Apply” requirements
  • Complete one year of study in the United States
  • Arrange an in-person interview and English language testing with the Assistant Director of Admissions (no virtual interviews are permitted)
  • Submit the following additional documents:
    • Copy of VISA
    • Copy of I-20 application
    • Copy of legal custody agreement

Admissions Disclaimer:

Applications for all grades are subject to the review and recommendation of the Paul VI Catholic High School Admissions Committee. Every student must possess the educational background necessary to reach his or her fullest potential in order to be admitted. Students with serious disciplinary issues or poor academic performance will not be considered for admission.
Paul VI Catholic High School is a private college preparatory school for girls and boys in grades 9-12 in Fairfax, Virginia, seeking to help our students Grow in Grace and Wisdom. Our Washington area prep school is part of the Diocese of Arlington and offers rigorous academics, an inclusive community focused on spiritual and leadership formation, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division I high school athletics in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.