The King’s Christian Academy’s enrollment is traditionally open to the public in March for the upcoming school year. Current families are given priority and begin enrolling several weeks prior to the public. Class space is first come, first serve. Once a class is full, a wait-list is established.
Students are accepted throughout the year when space is available. This is to serve families relocating to the area during the school year, such as Military families.
If you are interested in applying for admission, click to apply for admissions. After submitting your online admissions application, you must submit the enrollment forms and fees to the Admissions office within one week. Click HERE to locate and download the required enrollment forms. When a family submits the required enrollment fees and forms, the enrollment process is complete and a space is reserved for the student. Payments cannot be processed online or over the phone at this time.
The following requirements have been established for admission to KCA:
Both parents (Guardians) must sign the Acceptance Pledge, agreeing to the Statement of Faith and the mission of KCA.
Satisfactory scholastic record in previous school.
Satisfactory discipline record in previous school.
Satisfactory performance on an informal entrance inventory.
Medical approval from a private physician, if necessary.
The student must have no diagnosed communicable diseases.
Proper age: 4, 5 and/or 6 years old by September 1.
Personal interview of the prospective student and parents with the Administrator.
Payment of registration and any additional fees applicable.
Signed Standard of Conduct and Student Questionnaire (Students Grades 6-12 only)
Immunization Records and Birth Certificate must be provided.
KCA admits students, faculty, and all professional staff 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. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.