Thank you for your interest in learning more about Assumption-St. Bridget School. Since 1947, ASB School has partnered with parents to provide an excellent education rooted in Catholic tradition. We’ve built a 70-year tradition of helping shape students throughout their journey of academic, spiritual, and personal growth. ASB students develop critical-thinking and self-advocacy skills, learn to work collaboratively and experience what it means to be part of a faith community. At ASB, we strive to develop future leaders who are Inspired to Learn, Called to Serve, and Prepared to Lead.
For the 2017-18 school year, we have openings in Kindergarten and grades 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6. We continually accept application for mid-year transfers, based on available space and resources.
PreK and Kindergarten Applications: Priority enrollment is given for applications received before December 20, 2017.
Grades 1-8: Applications can be accepted at anytime, along with the student’s most recent report card and standardized test results. If space is available in the desired grade, families will be notified as soon as possible. Wait list spots are offered for classes that are currently enrolled to capacity. To ensure the student’s academic needs can be met, additional assessments may be administered.
To inquire about specific openings, schedule a tour or a shadow day for your student, please contact our Director of Admissions, Kelley Kane at email@example.com, or call 206.524.7452 x5133.
Age Eligibility: Students applying for PreKindergarten must be at least four years old on or before August 31 (ASB PreK is designed for students 4-and-5-years-old).
Students applying for Kindergarten must be five years old on or before August 31.
Incoming Kindergarten students are screened in February and March using the Gesell Developmental Observation. Through this screening, teachers can identify the developmental ages of students, which often differs from their chronological ages. ASB offers this screening at no charge to families. It provides parents and teachers with information about the child’s readiness for kindergarten, and it helps the teachers plan appropriate instruction for the students.