Steps for Freshman Admission

Step 1: Get to Know Us

Campus Tours

The best way to learn about Antonian is to visit the campus. Parents are welcome and strongly encouraged to accompany their son(s)/daughter(s) during these visits. Individual family tours or small group tours (max. 10 people) are available and can be scheduled below.


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Step 2: Submit an Application for Admission

All students seeking admission into Antonian must complete an online application for admission. Applications for admission are submitted online and can be accessed below. Applicant statements are required to be written by the student.


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Step 3: Take the High School Placement Test (HSPT)

All candidates seeking admission should take the High School Placement Test (HSPT). By agreement of the principals of all Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio, candidates are encouraged to test at the high school of their first choice but are also able to send their HSPT scores to two additional high schools. Due to the expected number of students seeking admission into Antonian, we cannot assure admission to students who do not test at Antonian.  Register for the HSPT test below.

Please note, Antonian offers HSPT merit scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,000 to all candidates who score in the 90th percentile or higher on the High School Placement Test.  This HSPT scholarship is renewable annually as long as the student remains at the top of his/her class and maintains a clean disciplinary record.


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Step 4: Requesting of Middle School Student Records 

The Director of Admissions, Bianca Pardo will request student records (6th-8th grade) and letters of recommendation directly from the middle schools. Records must received in order for student's to be in full compliance for consideration for admittance.

Step 5: Be interviewed by Antonian Staff

All candidates seeking admission will be interviewed by a member of the Antonian staff.  Interviews are scheduled by the Director of Admissions upon receipt of a completed application for admission and after the completion of the High School Placement Test.  Interviews are generally brief (10 to 15 minutes) and are a means of gaining more information about the candidate.

 

Please note, a link will be sent to those families with an application on file for families to schedule a time to interview that is most convenient for you.