How to Apply

Applicants for both the Freshman class and transfer students must complete the following.  If you are transferring from another high school, please contact the Admission’s Office before filling out an application:

  1. CRSM Online Admissions & Finance Application (requires e-mail address)
  2. Applicant Birth Certificate
  3. Recent Picture of the Applicant
  4. Application Non-Refundable Fee $25 (NO CASH ACCEPTED) Debit, Credit Card and Banking Account.
  5. Consent to Release Form
  6. CWSP Training & Summer Bridge/Enrichment Courses Acknowledgment
  7. Complete both Empower & Big Shoulders Tax Credit Scholarship Application as soon as it becomes available
  8. Parent/Guardian Form of Identification (Government Issued)
  9. A copy of parents’ current 2021 & 2022 Tax Forms (W2s and 1040 Including all forms and schedules)
  10. If Applicable WIC or SNAP (Link Card) Documentation
  11. 7th Grade Report Card or High School Transcript
  12. Current Report Card: 1st and 2nd Quarter Grades
  13. A copy of Standardized Test Scores (PARCC, MAP, Terra Nova or ASPIRE)
  14. Attendance Report (Previous and Current)
  15. Recommendation Letters
  16. Student Discipline Report Request Forms
  17. Applicant’s Essay to be Completed during their Interview

When all of the above documents are submitted we will review your file for initial eligibility.

Qualified students will then be invited, along with their parents, to interview.

The Admissions Committee meets soon afterwards to review applications and determine final admission. We mail decision letters by the end of the month following the interviews.

Please refer to our Admissions Calendar (Calendario de Admisiones) for important dates.

Admissions Staff

Daniel Arizmendi

Admissions & Administrative Coordinator
Phone: 224-219-9711

Noemi Cuesta

Director of Admissions
Phone: 224-219-9706 ext. 150

Admissions News

CRSM Students Stage Fundraiser for Immigrant Support Home

CRSM Students Stage Fundraiser for Immigrant Support Home

Students honored Holy Thursday with a special “casual dress day” fundraiser.  Sponsored by the OPT Club, (Oportunidades Para Todos/Opportunities for All), students were allowed to dress in casual clothes, instead of their usual dress code standards, in exchange for a...