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Application Process


Create an Online Application

To begin the Online Application process, create an account.

Then log in to your account and Create A New Student Application for your child. You will then have the flexibility to log in and out of your account and access your open application.

 After submitting the application, you will be able to check your admissions status by logging in to your account. You will be able to print the completed applications and monitor when the school receives the required application forms.

ALL STEPS MUST BE COMPLETED AND PAYMENT OF $100 MUST BE SUBMITTED TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ENROLLMENT

Steps to Enrollment

Grades K-12

1. Complete the online Application or return to your current account:
Payment of a $100 non-refundable application fee is required for each application.

As part of the application process you will be asked to upload the following documents or bring them to the front office. Pictures of the documents are not acceptable.

Initial documents needed:
1- Previous 2 year’s Report Card - grades K-12
2- Previous 2 year’s Standardized Test Scores - grades 3-12
3- Teacher Recommendation Form –grades K-6
4- English Teacher Recommendation Form –grades 7-12
5- Math Teacher Recommendation Form – grades 7-12
6- IEP/504 Diagnosis/Evaluation Results, if applicable
 
After submitting the application, you will be able to check your admissions status by logging in to your account. You will be able to print the completed applications and monitor when the school receives the required application forms.


2. Entrance Testing -Students applying for grades K - 12 
Each prospective student will be scheduled for an entrance test. Students work with the Education Support Director on grade level appropriate work to determine proper classroom placement. Middle School and Upper School students will be asked to complete a Student Questionnaire and Student Essay at the time of entrance testing.


3. Application Review

If the applicant is receiving classroom accommodations due to a diagnosed learning difference, please submit current diagnostic testing, 504 plan and/or IEP education plan.

If divorced, the most recent copy of court documents regarding custody and educational decisions signed by a judge and notarized. If documents indicate joint conservatorship, please submit signed, notarized statement from the other parent stating his/her approval of the student attending Covenant Christian School.

If you cannot access the report cards and standardized test scores, please submit a signed Student Record Release Form to the current school. This will authorize the school to send us the current and last two years’ report cards, health records, and standardized test scores.

When the student file is complete with the appropriate recommendation forms and records, the Admissions Review Team will review each application.
 

4. Family Interview
Once the admissions file is complete with ALL the necessary paperwork, we will schedule the family interview with the administration to learn more about what to expect at Covenant Christian School, how we will partner for your child’s education, the family’s spiritual walk, and ask any additional questions. Students are required to attend the Family Interview.


5. Enrollment
You will receive a formal decision email which will explain how to finalize your child’s enrollment.  The enrollment process will not be finalized until all items are completed, your FACTS/Family Portal account has been set up and the $350.00 enrollment fee has been paid. All new students admitted into Covenant Christian School are placed on a nine-week probation period to ensure that the new student is compatible with the mission and academic standards of the school.



Covenant Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Covenant Christian School does not discriminate n the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, tuition assistance programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs