Immaculate Heart Academy requires an online application due on December 1; transcripts from sixth, seventh, and eighth grade that include standardized testing; and the HSPT exam that is given in November. Please note: students are not required to have a visitation day before they apply.
- APPLICATION: The Immaculate Heart Academy admissions application consists of a required Online Application. Only completed applications are considered for admission.
You will be required to set up an account, which will allow you to track the status of your application, learn more about admissions events, and view admission decisions.
- TRANSCRIPTS: An applicant’s current school must send over transcripts to IHA no later than December 15. Each applicant must download the Applicant Transcript/Record Request Form, fill out the top portion, and then give it to their current school. The school will then forward it to IHA with her academic transcript.
IHA will not accept transcripts unless they are directly from the school. We require transcripts from the first marking period/trimester of the eighth-grade year.
- HSPT for the COOP: Registration for the High School Placement Test (HSPT), given in November, is done online -- website to come. Please note, the HSPT for the COOP is replacing the COOP exam that has been administered in the past.
HSPT Date for the Class of 2022: Nov. 10, 2017
Although IHA is a test site, students who apply to IHA do not have to take the test here. The HSPT is an Archdiocesan-sponsored entrance exam.
Please Note: Due to the number of applications we receive, Immaculate Heart Academy gives priority to those students who select us as their first choice on the HSPT Exam and on their transcripts.
ONLY Class of 2021 applicants were eligible to apply for financial aid through November 15, 2016. Those applicants are able to apply for financial aid as they apply for acceptance into Immaculate Heart Academy. The Class of 2021 applicants were notified of their financial aid upon acceptance to IHA on January 12, 2017.
Please click to access the FACTS Grant & Aid Online Application.
Should you need it, IHA's school code for FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment is 5901.
For more information, please click to access the FACTS Parent Letter and FACTS Information Flyer.
Sophomore, junior, and senior families were able to apply for financial aid between January 20 and March 1, 2017, as they have done in the past.
Immaculate Heart Academy is committed to an admission policy which does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, gender, color, national or ethnic origin, or religion. We seek to provide opportunities and experience for all students on an equal basis.