Yes, Rosary offers several opportunities for prospective students and their families to visit, including fall Open House events for 5th through 8th graders and their families, 7th Grade Royal Ramp Up Days, and Shadow Days for 7th and 8th grade girls. Private tours and meetings with the Director of Recruitment & Enrollment can also be arranged.
Yes. Rosary admits and welcomes non-Catholic students. Our students come to Rosary from private and public schools and various faith communities (or no faith community) throughout a six-county area. All are welcome.
Our website contains a timeline and much of the information that you will need when applying to Rosary. If your daughter attends a Catholic grade school in the Aurora area, we will be visiting her school in the fall. If she attends public school or another private school, please make sure that you are on our mailing list. This can be done by submitting an Inquiry Form or contacting the Admissions Director.
Eighth graders seeking admission into Rosary High School must take the Scholastic Testing Service High School Placement Exam. This standard indicator and the information gathered from parents, teachers and grade school transcripts are used to determine acceptance to Rosary.
Rosary gives priority admission and scholarship consideration to those girls who test at Rosary. This is the case with most other schools as well. So, even if you are not sure, take the exam at your first choice school. If you take the exam at another school, you may still submit the scores to us for consideration.
Yes, transfer students from other high schools are considered for admission to Rosary. A screening process is used to ensure that the student`s former school record and reason for transfer are consistent with Rosary`s mission and goals. To discuss a possible transfer, please contact the Admissions Office at (630) 896-0831.
Yes, funds from the Dominican Sisters subsidy and the Rosary Annual Appeal assist families. All families who may be in need of assistance are encouraged to apply for financial aid. Click here for more information on Financial Aid. (Link is page under Admissions Tuition & Financial Assistance)
All tuition payments are made through the FACTS Tuition Management Program and must come directly from a checking or savings account. Payments may be made in one, two, 10, 11, or 12 installments. Click here for more information on Tuition.
Due to the generosity of alumnae, friends and foundations, Rosary is able to offer a number of scholarships. To apply, students must have tested and been accepted to Rosary. Click here for information on Scholarships available.
The Rosary uniform consists of a blouse and sweater or a polo with a plaid skirt. Students wear the same uniform for two years. Freshmen/Sophomores wear a green/white/royal blue skirt with a green sweater or polo. Junior/Seniors wear a royal/powder blue skirt with a blue sweater or polo. Flynn and O’Hara supply the Rosary uniform. Uniforms can be ordered on Freshmen Registration Day, online, or by calling Flynn & O’Hara at 800-441-4122.