Transfer Students

We will consider freshman and sophomore transfer applications for early January/second semester entry between November 1 and December 15.  Transfer students wanting to apply for the 2018-2019 school year will be considered after February 1.

Step #1: Student/Parent Meeting at DCHS

Parents of current freshmen and sophomores are encouraged to contact Matt Saxer, Director of Admissions, at 313-216-0891 x268 before completing any of the steps below.  Mr. Saxer is very willing to chat with potential transfer families regarding the application process, academic transcripts, athletic eligibility, and other items.  Family meetings are typically scheduled after school.  Students may bring unofficial transcripts to this meeting.

Step #2: Application for Admission

Click here to apply to Divine Child High School.

Our Application for Admission is submitted online for consideration.  Both the parent and student complete portions of our online application.

Step #3: Academic Transcripts

Please submit a copy of your academic transcripts from the current and previous school years.  Transcripts should include academic grades from last year and this year, and standardized test scores.  Please note: some schools or districts will want to send these items directly to Divine Child.


Divine Child’s administration reviews transfer applications. It takes about one week for this review with decision letters mailed to applicants.  Preference is given to Catholic students throughout the admissions process.  Students accepted for admission pay the enrollment deposit and submit a registration form three weeks after acceptance.

Statement of Non-Discrimination

Divine Child High School admits qualified young men and women of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at Divine Child, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and athletics or other school administered programs.