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Dear families - The Admissions Office is working hard to process enrollment at this critical time in the school season. The end of the school year is quickly approaching and recent circumstances may cause admissions processes to take longer than expected. We are urgently encouraging families to stay in contact with the admissions office and complete enrollment steps as soon as possible. Admissions staff are currently working remotely. The best way to contact us is by emailing You may also leave a voicemail on our direct phone line at 714-774-7576.

We recently held a Virtual Admissions and Financial Aid Information Night with many Servite representatives present. Click here to watch a recording of the event.

Welcome to Servite Admissions. We look forward to entering the next enrollment season from a position of stability and strength with confidence, optimism, and an ambitious dream for Servite’s future – a dream where our unparalleled all-boys education and innovative programs bring families from near and far to experience the essence and heart of Servite that cannot be found anywhere else.

Our goal is to admit students who will join a thriving and diverse Servite community, discover their passions, grow in their faith, become the best version of themselves, and leave a lasting positive impact on their family legacies and communities around the world.

We do everything we can to make our application process quick and easy for families. The first step is to fill out a short application in School Admin, the Admissions and Enrollment portal. This is where you will manage all future steps. Click here to submit your application.

Important Links: 
-Application and Enrollment Portal
-Application Process
-Admissions Events
-Financial Aid Information

Please call the Admissions Office direct line any time at 714-774-7576 or email 

Important Dates for Accepted Students: 

Formation Weekend - August 7-8

First Day of School for Freshmen - TBD

Servite has provided an education that is beyond the classroom. My son has received a sense of confidence and deep faith through the formation process.