General Admissions Policy
Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School operates under the auspices of the Catholic Diocese of Wichita. Pursuant to the stewardship-based model of Catholic education as adopted by the Diocese of Wichita, Kapaun Mt. Carmel offers admission to any diocesan Catholic high school student who is:
- an active member of his or her parish;
- committed to the stewardship spirituality adopted by his or her parish; and
- sponsored by his or her pastor to be a student at KMC.
Catholic students who do not meet any one of the three preceding criteria may be admitted as a student in KMC in the discretion of the KMC Administration and the Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Wichita.
High school students from other faith traditions may also be admitted to Kapaun Mt. Carmel in the discretion of the KMC Administration, provided all Catholic students who meet the three criteria above have been served.
Students who are promoted to Kapaun Mt. Carmel from a parish-based school within the Wichita diocese will receive their admissions and enrollment information and documentation from their parish-based school during their 8th grade year. Other students who desire admission into Kapaun Mt. Carmel may call the school to receive admissions application documentation and other important information concerning admissions and enrollment. All students must submit to Kapaun Mt. Carmel an official transcript from their immediately prior school to show their qualification for enrollment in the grade level into which they seek admission.