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Admissions & Registration

Thank you for your interest in our school.  Please click here to complete an on-line inquiry card so that our Admissions department may follow up with you.


Tuition rates for the 2019-20 school year (K4 to 8th) are as follows:

  • One Student Family               $3,660
  • Two Student Family                 5,490
  • Three Student Family              7,320
  • Four Student Family                9,150
  • Five+ Student                          Inquire for tuition rate (Admissions Office 262-812-0155)

If your family is in need of financial aid, here is the FACTS Application Link:

For questions about financial aid or the FACTS Management application, contact the Siena Admissions Team:
(262) 812-0155 Liz Wendel - Senior Coordinator of Admissions & Financial Aid
OR Kory Borek - Director of Admissions & Financial Aid

Racine Parental Choice Program (RPCP) 

Choice Brochure 2019-20

PSCP Disclosure of Information

The Racine Parental Choice Program enrollment for the 19-20 school year begins February 1, 2019. The DPI link to apply is  All families are encouraged to complete the application before the February deadline.  When asked to choose a school, click on "Siena Catholic Schools of Racine".

Income and residency documents may be dropped off at St. Joseph's or St. Catherine's (1200 Park Ave, Racine) or scanned and emailed to .  Be sure this is completed during the time frame you apply.

Application Dates:
February 1-20
March 1-20
April 1-20
May 1-21
August 1-20
The Siena Catholic Schools Admissions Office at 1220 Villa Street will be holding "Parent Help Labs" to assist you with Choice Enrollment, if needed:
February Dates:
Tuesday, February 5 and Thursday, February 7 (4-6pm)
Saturday, February 9 (10am-1pm)
Tuesday, February 12 and Thursday, February 14 (4-6pm)
Saturday, February 16 (10am-1pm)
Wednesday, February 20 (4-6pm)
March Dates:
Wednesday, March 6 (4-6pm)
Saturday, March 9 (10am-1pm)
Tuesday, March 12 (4-6pm)
Wednesday, March 20 (4-6pm)
April, May and August dates TBD


Immunization Information

Wisconsin state law requires all public and private school students to present written evidence of immunization against certain diseases within 30 school days of admission.  The current age/grade specific requirements are available from schools and local health departments.  These requirements can only be waived if a properly signed health, religious or personal conviction waiver is filed with the school. 

Student Immunization Record

For Step 2, you may manually complete, ask your physician for a copy OR go to the WIR (Wisconsin Immunization Registry) to print out your child's record to attach to the form (click on link below).  You'll need your child's DOB and social security number to access their record.

WIR (Wisconsin Immunization Registry)

WIR Parent Brochure