International Student Policy
Marist Catholic High School accepts international students as freshmen (grade 9), sophomores (grade 10) and juniors (grade 11). International students must attend Marist for two (2) years to receive a Marist Diploma.
Decisions on international applicants will be based on the following criteria:
International students must be a part of an international student program. Students are expected to apply for admission through an international program. They are also expected to remain with their international program for the duration of their enrollment, through graduation. International students must live with a host family who is approved by their international program.
Marist will process the I-20 paperwork for all international applicants at the point of acceptance. Tuition and fees will be due in full on August 1st or January 1st for semester transfers.
Application Process for International Students
January 2019 admission: December 3, 2018 - all materials must be submitted
September 2019 admission: June 28, 2019
Chinese Students Only:
All interested Chinese students and parents must contact Marist Catholic High School’s exclusive agent in China, Beijing HYFY International Culture Exchange Co., Ltd (HYFY). Only applications submitted by HYFY will be considered for admission.
北京环宇飞扬国际文化交流有限公司(HYFY)是我校在中国唯一指定的申请办公 室,请所有有意申请玛丽亚高中的申请人及家长,直接联络 HYFY。只有经过 HYFY 递交的申请表才将予以审核。
地址: 北京市丰台区马家堡西路 15 号时代风帆大厦 1-2002 邮编100068
Students From All Other Countries:
Your sending agent or company will assist you with completing the online application. In order to make the process go smoothly, you will need to submit the following items with your application:
If you are in need of an international agent, Marist has a working relationship with the following:
Beijing HYFY International Culture Exchange Co., Ltd (HYFY)
All Other Countries:
PSE – Private & Public School F-1 Exchange
Contact: Kristina Neiman, 503.222.9803 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Downloads for International Students:
Application and Recommendation Forms
STEP 1: Each form must be completed as part of your application process. The forms are PDF files.
STEP 2: Our application is completed and submitted online.