Can the baptism I receive from All Seasons be used to enroll our child in a Catholic school?
The short answer is 'yes' under the following conditions.
The Catholic Church recognizes all baptisms as legitimate. Having said that it is not really about the baptism. It is about the parents. Here is how it works.
First. If a child's parent is baptized Catholic, either one of them, Mother or Father, then the child is automatically accepted into the school whether or not the child is baptized at all. The parent must show proof of their own Catholic baptism if the child is not baptized Catholic.
I repeat: a child is automatically granted admission into a Catholic school if:
In both these cases these children are enrolled first. Then all others if space allows.
In other words the Catholic school will allow any child in baptized or not if one parent has been baptized Catholic and can prove it.
Second. If a child is baptized but not baptized Catholic and neither of the parents is Catholic, then the child is placed on a waiting list. Only if there are vacancies, are the non Catholics accepted. Although they don't receive the sacraments, these children are part of all religious classes and celebrations. Once enrolled their enrollment is permanent until graduation. It is in this context that I say the Catholic schools recognize a non Catholic baptism such as ours.
It is always best to confirm this information with your local Catholic school to see if this policy is still in place.