WELCOME TO THE VIKING FAMILY
At Allentown Central Catholic High School, we recognize that our students are adults-in-the-making. Through our personalized
approach, we strive to identify and cultivate the unique attributes and God-given talents that have, upon each young man and woman,
on our campus. We are committed to working together with our parents, the primary educators, in helping their sons and daughters become tomorrow’s leaders, strong in faith, intellect, and character. You’ll find we foster an environment of curiosity, a pursuit of knowledge, and an understanding of what it means to be a responsible Christian in modern society. Our academics, in conjunction
with a myriad of sports, clubs, and community service opportunities, provide a challenging curriculum that motivates students
to develop a strong work ethic that will serve them well beyond their years at ACCHS. Simply put, we work together
on fulfilling our singular mission – to help your son or daughter become the best that God calls them to be.
Our online application for
admission makes applying to
ACCHS quick and easy!
Once you complete the online ACCHS
application, submit the $250 registration fee
using the secure PayPal button.
8th Grade students from schools
outside the Diocese must submit a
recent 7th and 8th Grade report card, attendance and discipline records.
How to Apply
Our application is a secure online form.
1. To begin the Online Application, click the ACCHS Online Application Form
a. Please complete each section of the application before submission. You can stop and save the application at any time.
Use the Table of Contents to move to the page that you need to resume the process.
b. There is a message tab on the left menu bar. Use this to send a message or question to the ACCHS Admissions.
2. Provide the required academic records by uploading them to the online application*
a. Incoming freshman students from one of our Diocesan schools do not need to upload academic records.
All required information will be forwarded from students’ current Diocesan middle school.
b. Incoming freshman student from non-Diocesan schools, please upload student’s 7th Grade end of year report card
and most recent 8th Grade report card.
c. Transfer students applying for 10th, 11th or 12th Grade, please upload an unofficial high school transcripts for all high schools
attended including attendance and discipline records.
d. ALL students with an IEP or 504 Plans, please attach a copy of students plan
3. Non-Diocesan incoming freshman and 10th, 11th and 12th Grade transfer students also need to
a. Complete Record Release Form
b. PIAA Athletic Transfer Waiver (if applicable)
c. If necessary, complete an entrance interview
*student academic records can also be mailed or dropped off to the attention of Cara Meskill, Admissions Director
Please be advised that admission is subject to the following:
1. The student must be in good academic standing at their current school
2. The student must have a good attendance and disciplinary record
3. If transferring from another Catholic or private school, student must be in good financial standing.
For questions on Admissions, please contact Cara Meskill at 610-437-4601 ext. 148
For Financial Aid/Scholarship information, please contact Michelle Billig at 610-437-4601, ext. 114.
For Scheduling, Placement Tests, and Curriculum, please contact Karen Rolston, Director of Studies, at 610-437-4601 ext. 103.
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