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Take the First Step in Joining Our Exceptional Community
Reitz Memorial High School Seeks Applicants Who...
Are on a mission to develop their talents and discover their passions; to continuously set higher goals and strive for greatness; and to thrive with confidence as they move forward on the path of their own choosing.
Want to be known and admired for who they are, and whom they're working to become.
Are constantly evolving, whether in the classroom, on the athletic field, or in a new place and culture. Memorial Tigers embrace the personalized rigor that provides a competitive edge for college admission.
Want to be part of a faith-based community that helps one mature spiritually and serve.
Choose to take responsibility for their actions and efforts both inside and outside the classroom.
Want to join a supportive environment of academic achievement and personal development.
Understand and value a co-educational community developing intellectual, spiritual, and civic leaders.
Seek to share their talents with our community through extracurricular programs and activities
Reitz Memorial High School is accepting applications for admissions for the 2023-24 school year. Completed applications must include all supporting documents. Please review the instructions and required documents needed to complete and submit the application for admissions.
Use the following step-by-step instructions to successfully submit your application for admissions.
Student Admission Policy
The schools of the Catholic Diocese of Evansville shall be open to qualified students of any sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available by such schools. Schools do not discriminate in the administration of their educational policies, scholarship programs, athletics, and other school-administered programs.
Reitz Memorial High School realizes that a student body with varying backgrounds (racial, ethnic, socio-economic, and geographic) provides a full educational experience for all students. Thus, Reitz Memorial High School admits students of any color, racial or ethnic origin, or faith to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students at the school. Although we try to serve the needs of all types of learners, we may not have the necessary resources to accommodate certain learning disabilities and difficulties. If the school becomes aware of additional information after the student has been admitted that impacts the school's ability to service the student, the school reserves the right to change its admissions decision.
Reitz Memorial High School does not accept a second-semester senior as a transfer. Reitz Memorial High School will only allow transfers at the quarter or semester break unless the student is moving into the area. Admission preference is given to Catholic students; however, students of other faith communities will be admitted so long as adequate room and facilities are available. Students of other faith communities will be required to assume their full portion of the costs of their education recognizing that the costs to Catholic students are generally subsidized by their parishes.
Students will be enrolled at Reitz Memorial High School on a priority basis of siblings of current students, Catholic parishioners, Catholic non-parishioners, and non-Catholics until capacity for the grade is reached. If the number of new students qualifying for school choice assistance and seeking admission to a given grade due to capacity requirements exceeds the capacity of that incoming class, a public, random lottery will be held prior to the first Monday in May of the new school year. Those not selected will join a waiting list. The lottery process will follow guidance from the DOE.
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