Applications For 2019-20 Are Being Accepted

There is nothing like it in the State of New Jersey -- Sedes Sapientiae School is new, unique, and compared to other Catholic and Private middle/high schools, affordable. It offers a top-notch academic program that is solidly grounded in the academic, theological, and spiritual patrimony of the Catholic Church. A few spots are still available in the 2019-20 academic year for students joining us as Sophomores or Juniors.


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An Independent College Preparatory Middle/High School
Si quis indiget sapientia,
postulet a Deo in fide

Sedes Sapientiae School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, and athletic or any other school-administered programs.

Dress Code

Girls wear dress shoes, boots, or sandals appropriate for the weather (not casual or athletic type) and skirts or dresses with hemlines below the knee. Shirts and tops are not tight-fitting and have sleeves and modest necklines.

Boys wear presentable khakis or slacks (not jeans or cargo pants), shirts with collars and ties, and dress shoes.


Download our admissions application.

Download private school transportation form.

There is a $50 application fee .

Please see the application form for the required materials.

Application deadline: We will announce a deadline in the near future.

There will be a enrollment deposit of $400 applicable to tuition due upon the student's acceptance. This deposit is non-refundable.

We encourage you to contact us directly for information about the school and the admission process. Admission is selective and based upon previous school records, personal interviews, teacher recommendation, and standardized testing.