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Can my family afford a quality Catholic education?
Yes! San Miguel works with admitted students and their families to establish a reasonable family contribution that can be supplemented with available scholarships.

Do I have to be Catholic to attend San Miguel High School?
No. San Miguel accepts students regardless of religious affiliation.
 
What is the application deadline for interested students?
To be determined
 
How long does the application process take?
The application process-- from tour, to interview, to recommendation letters, to placement testing, etc. -- takes about three months to complete. 
 
How should I prepare for the interview?
Please dress professionally, as students are expected to once enrolled at San Miguel (for dress code guidelines, please visit the Dean's page here).  Then, relax and just show us why you want to be a part of San Miguel. 
 
Do you accept transfer students?
Yes. You must have a good academic record and deliver a copy of your transcripts to the admissions office.
 
What should I expect if admitted to San Miguel High School?
Those admitted to San Miguel High School have the option of a three week Summer Bridge program to enhance their academic abilities, if applicable.  New students are also required to participate in a three week Corporate Internship boot camp and orientation over the summer to prepare for their internship responsibilities and academic expectations.
 
Please feel free to contact Francisco Moreno, Director of Admissions, with additional questions or for more information at admissions@sanmiguelhigh.org or (520) 294-6403 x1110.