Applying to Nashua Catholic

Thank you for your interest in Nashua Catholic Regional Junior High School.

Visit Our School

We encourage families to visit Nashua Catholic as a first step in learning about our school.  Your visit will give you an opportunity to visit the school, ask questions, and learn what makes Nashua Catholic so unique.

Please call the Admission Office at (603) 882-7011 or email Ms. Denyelle Klayton at to set up a family visit. We look forward to meeting you!

Parent/Student Interview

Here at Nashua Catholic we require our families to schedule a parent/student interview with our admissions office. This casual meeting allows us to get to know each other, ask questions, and start a rapport between school and family. This interview is an important part of the application process as it helps our families learn more about the school, the academics, and activities, and how their child will fit in to this dynamic culture.

All prospective students are invited to participate in the interview process, however it is not required for students currently attending our partner schools Infant Jesus School and St. Christopher School.

Shadow Day

A Shadow Day gives your student a chance to experience being a Wildcat for a day, or part of a day.  Your child will join in on activities, enjoy lunch, meet students, teachers and administrators.

On your Shadow Day, you will …

  • Be greeted by a staff member of the Admissions Department and your host student in the lobby.
  • Join your host student in his/her classes and learning activities.
  • Students may participate in physical education classes so please bring/wear sneakers.
  • Get a complimentary lunch (Students may bring their own lunch if they choose).
  • Leave with a new friend.

Partner schools participate in Shadow Days in the fall. All other interested students may schedule a Shadow Day throughout the year.

Application Process

Application forms must be submitted along with report cards from the previous two years, and the most recent standardized test scores. There is no application fee.

Acceptance to NC

The Nashua Catholic Admission’s Office and the Principal will review all applications and student records.  First acceptance letters were mailed January 3, 2019.  The acceptance letters include all forms and information to be sent to parishes and FACTS for financial aid.  (See more information on our tuition and financial aid page.)


A $250 deposit and registration form will be required to reserve your students spot at Nashua Catholic. If your student is a current NC 7th grader, who is looking to re-register for 8th grade, or if your student is a 6th grader at one of our four partner schools, you qualify for our LINC Program! The LINC Program offers families who complete and submit their registration forms, and fee no later than January 25, 2019, a very special incentive which includes four out-of-uniform days for the 2019-2020 school year! These dress down passes can be used on designated days, once per academic quarter!

All registration forms and fees are due to the admissions office by Friday, Feburary 15, 2019. After this date we will still accept registrations, but spaces will be limited based upon availability of space, so it is best to register your student early on before spaces fill up.

To register a new incoming student to Nashua Catholic, please download the new student registration form which can be found by clicking here.

To re-register a student for their 8th grade academic year, please download the re-registration form which can be found by clicking here

The deadline to submit your application for financial aid, or parish support is March 1, 2019. Financial aid is available at its best rates early on in the process, so now is the time to apply for financial aid for the 2019-2020 year! (Please see our tuition and financial aid page for more details.)

If you have any questions, please contact Sue Forsyth at (603) 882-7011 or

Nondiscriminatory Policy

Nashua Catholic Regional Junior High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.