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Transfer Students

St. John Bosco High School welcomes applications from Transfer Students. Please review the information below to get started.

Transfer Requirements

Academic Criteria for Admissions

To Enter Grade 10:

  • Minimum of 50 credits from an accredited school
  • Academic GPA minimum is 2.0
  • Student must be on pace to complete graduation and college entrance requirements at St. John Bosco High School

To Enter Grade 11:

  • Minimum of 120 credits from an accredited school
  • Academic GPA minimum is 2.3
  • Student must be on pace to complete graduation and college entrance requirements at St. John Bosco High School

Required Application Materials


  • Online Application ($50 non-refundable application fee)
  • Unofficial Transcript (before interview)
  • At least one recommendation from an English teacher, Math teacher or Administrator. 
  • Interview (parents will be notified of the interview date and time

Graduation Requirements

  • A record of good citizenship and character
  • A passing grade for Religious Studies for the years in attendance at a Catholic high school
  • Earning at least 260 credits
  • Attending a retreat each year enrolled at St. John Bosco High School
  • Completing 25 hours of Community Service each school year
Years to Complete Course

Half Year
1 Year
1.5 Years

Health
Visual and Performing Arts
Physical Education

2 Years

World Language

3 Years Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
4 Years

English
Religion

 

CIF Transfer Requirements

St. John Bosco has established transfer student enrollment policies in coherence with the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) under the following conditions:

  1. Accepts students on a space-available basis;
  2. Charges tuition for its educational services;
  3. Has admissions requirements pertaining to academic standards and behavior.

As per the CIF Blue Book, "undue influence is any act, gesture or communication (including accepting material or financial inducement to attend a CIF member school for the purpose of engaging in CIF competition regardless of the source) which is performed personally, or through another, which may be objectively seen as an inducement, or part of a process of inducing a student, or his/her parent or guardian, by or on behalf of, a member school, to enroll in, transfer to, or remain in, a particular school for athletic purposes." Violation of this policy may jeopardize the eligibility of the student.

Talk To Us

Michael Crawford

Titles: Dean of Admissions
Email:
Phone Numbers:
School: 562) 920-1734 ext. 313