James L. Collins Catholic School has open enrollment throughout the year and it continues until classes reach capacity.   Prior academic and behavioral performance will be a consideration for acceptance into JLCCS. The school office has the discretion of contacting former schools for verification of all records and recommendations. 

5 STEPS TO ENROLL AT ILCCS 1. Fill out the request more information form online & schedule a tour. 2 Go on a tour of our campus. After your tour, you will be sent a link to complete your online application. 3 Once submitted, your application will be reviewed and testing will be scheduled, if applicable. 4. After the application is reviewed and approved, you will be sent the enrollment packet. 5. Lastly, your enrollment packet is reviewed and vou will receive notification that your enrollment process is complete!

James L. Collins Catholic School accepts children of any race, sex, national origin, or disability (if the school can determine it is able to meet the needs of the student.) Once accepted, no child will lose his/her place if registered on time. During the school year, students, Catholic or non-Catholic, moving into the city or transferring from other schools including Corsicana Independent School District may apply for admission. The school recognizes that families of successful students invest in their children. James L. Collins Catholic School seeks new students in grades Pre-K through 8th grade who can perform at or above the medial level of prospective classmates, and who can contribute to those classes. 

James L. Collins Catholic School does not discriminate against students on the basis of disability in compliance with section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 USC Section 794). (Note:  Although James L. Collins admits students of all economic, social, ethnic and educational backgrounds, the school does not have the facilities nor the resources to properly serve students with special education needs. James L. Collins Catholic School does not discriminate against students on the basis of race, color, or national origin in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 USC Section 2000d et seq.)


Immunization records are required for all students.  If immunization documentation is not current, the student will be sent home until all immunizations have been received and proper documentation is presented to the school. There are no exceptions to this regulation.   The Diocese of Dallas does not accept immunization exemption