General Admissions Information
The purpose of the admissions policy is to determine whether Fellowship Christian Academy is the best fit for students applying for admittance. As a Christ-centered school, we are dedicated to providing our students with an education that allows them to reach their fullest potential academically, spiritually, physically, and emotionally.
Assessments, parent interviews, eligibility criteria, and prayerful discussions are taken into account to assist our admissions committee in making decisions that serve the best interests and needs of our applicants.
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All application materials, documents, interviews, and admission testing are reviewed to determine if FCA can meet the potential needs of the student. The application processing fee must accompany all submitted materials. A student, under any circumstances, is not guaranteed admission. Incomplete applications are not accepted. (Annual Physician's statements are independent of the application).
- Children entering Kindergarten must turn five on or before September 1st of that year.
- Students entering 1st grade must turn six on or before September 1st.
- Preschool children must be 18 months at the time of application.
- Toddlers consist of students in 18 months to 23 months.
*Students ages two, three and four are placed in age appropriate classrooms.
*Age appropriate classrooms are designed to balance the intellectual, social and emotional maturity of each individual child.
Fellowship Christian Academy reserves the right to select students on the basis of compatible religious commitments and willingness to cooperate with FCA administration and abide by its policies.
Elementary and Middle School
Kindergarten through 8th grade students seeking admission are evaluated based on aptitude, achievement tests, previous academic performance and a personal interview. In addition, middle school students are asked to submit a student essay and principal/teacher recommendations.
Fellowship Christian Academy admits students of any race, nationality, and ethnic origin and gives access to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally afforded or made available to students at the school. FCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid program, athletic and other school-administered programs.
Health and Immunization
All immunization records must be current and submitted along with the completed application before a student can begin at Fellowship Christian Academy. The immunization records will be reviewed by the school nurse before admittance into the school. All discrepancies must be cleared before a student can be admitted.