Application & Admissions Process

Application Information For U.S. Applicants

Judge Memorial Catholic High School is currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Please submit the following to ensure accurate and timely processing of your application. 
(Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year as space permits.)
January 21     Daytime Open House - 9:00am-2:00pm
January 24     Priority Application Deadline for 2020-21
January 25     Incoming Placement Exams - 8:00am
February 7     Second Placement Exams - 3:30pm
February 25   Incoming Freshman Registration - 4:30-6:00pm
March 26        Second Registration - 3:30-5:00pm


  • Click “Apply Online Now” link above
  • Create an access account to apply. A temporary username and password will be sent to the email you provide
  • Login using the temporary password and username provided
  • Complete and submit the application


Along with submitting the application, the following items need to be received: 

  • Report Card: For incoming ninth graders only. First Semester or First Trimester report card for 2019-2020. Report card must be complete and clearly list subject and student grade. It will be the parent/guardian responsibility to obtain the report card from their student's current school. Progress reports will not take the place of parent-access report cards.
  • Transcript: For incoming upperclassmen only (10th, 11th, 12th). Current unofficial transcript. Progress reports will not take place of the unofficial transcript nor will parent-access report cards. It will be the parent/guardian responsibility to obtain this unofficial transcript from their student's current school.
  • Current Testing: Current testing (within the past three years) from applicant's current school is needed for students who have an SAP, IEP, or a 504 Plan, and require or request these accommodations.
  • *Immunization Record: All applications must include, at the time the application is submitted, a currently dated and signed immunization record from the student's health provider. Immunization records or copies from the student's current school do not meet state requirements and will not be accepted. Immunization records must be completed in full, signed, and dated by a health official for the 2019-2020 school year.
*It is the policy of the Diocese of Salt Lake to only enroll students who have been immunized into our school system. The policy will, however, allow a student to be in our schools if they have an official Utah Health Department medical waiver on file with the school office. This form is usually available at doctors’ offices, and can also be obtained from the Utah Department of Health. No personal or religious exemptions are allowed.

3.  SUBMIT $100 APPLICATION FEE (Non-Refundable) 

All the above, APPLICATION, ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS and APPLICATION FEE, must be completed and submitted before a decision can be made regarding acceptance.  

(Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year as space permits.)


Incoming freshman students must register for the Judge Placement Exams, which are offered on two dates: Saturday, January 25 from 8:00am to approximately 10:30am or Friday, February 7 from 3:30pm to approximately 6:00pm. There is no advantage to taking the exams on the earlier date, a second option is offered solely for convenience. 
The Judge Placement Exams consist of math (60 minutes), science (30 minutes), and English writing (30 minutes). Breaks will be given between each exam. There is also an optional Spanish language exam (45 minutes). There is no cost for the exams.
In addition to student exams, family members will have the opportunity to attend a short presentation on our Course Catalog to help better familiarize yourself with academics at Judge and what to expect for the registration process. These sessions will take place for the first 30 minutes of each exam date.
In order to register for classes, students and their families must attend a registration night, which is offered on two dates: Tuesday, February 25 from 4:30pm to approximately 6:00pm, or Thursday, March 26 from 3:30pm to approximately 5:00pm. There is no advantage to attending the earlier date, a second option is offered solely for convenience and no schedules will be created until summer 2020.
Registration night will give students the opportunity to select their core classes as well as elective options for their freshman year. Families will also be able to meet with faculty from each academic department as well administration to ask questions. 
Students and family members will be invited to attend our New Bulldog Social to be held in spring 2020. This is a great opportunity for students to meet their peers in the class of 2024, and for family members to make connections and start building community. Stay tuned for more information!






Mr. John Michael Pantlik, Director of Admissions



Ms. Rita Scholl, Applications



Judge Counseling Center



Mrs. Kathy Keller, Financial Tuition Assistance



If you would like information on the admissions process for international students, please contact Judge's International Student Office at