Apply and Register
AMHS is a Catholic, college preparatory school that welcomes student of all backgrounds and faiths. The materials you will submit to be considered for admission to AMHS are explained below. If your family has already applied and been admitted to AMHS or you are a current student, please click here to complete the registration paperwork including the contract. You will use the same login as you did during the admissions process.
**Note: If you are an international student please start the application process by clicking here.
STEP 1: COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM
STEP 2: SUBMIT TEACHER RECOMMENDATION FORM
Please give this form to a teacher to complete. They should send it to Archbishop Murphy High School (email, fax, or mail is acceptable).
STEP 3: SUBMIT SCHOOL REPORT/ TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM
Please give this form to the main office of your current school. They should send it to Archbishop Murphy High School (email, fax, or mail is acceptable).
STEP 4: SIGN UP FOR THE ENTRANCE EXAM
Please sign up for the HSPT (AMHS Entrance Exam) one month prior to the test date. All incoming freshman students are required to take this four hour test. The cost of this test is $40.
**Preference will be given to students who have submitted an application to AMHS.
STEP 5: SUBMIT APPLICATION FEE
The Application Fee can be paid online or by mailing a check to AMHS ($30).
Those who are offered admission will be invited to complete the registration process.
STEP 1: COMPLETE THE ENROLLMENT DEPOSIT
STEP 2: COMPLETE COURSE FORECASTING
Families will receive an invite to Course Forecasting evening where they will schedule classes.
STEP 3: TAKE THE PLACEMENT EXAM (Incoming 9th grade only)
Check your email for the date you are invited to our campus for the placement exam.
STEP 4: COMPLETE YOUR ATTENDING FORMS
These forms include the handbook sign off, emergency form etc. These forms can be completed on your account.
Archbishop Murphy High School admits students of any race, color, gender, 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, gender, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.