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Pre-Admission and Admission Procedures

Pre-Admission (prior to submission of application)


  • Attend a Visitors Day

  • Attend the Informational Meeting

  • Read Shepherding a Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp and Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning by Douglas Wilson

  • Pick up an application packet. These packets are only available to families in which both parents have attended both a Visitor's Day and the Informational Meeting.

  • Application packets will be available after the annual Information Meeting has been held.


Christian parents who meet application and family requirements criteria may apply for admission for the upcoming school year.  As stated in the family requirements, the children must meet one of the following criteria: 


  • Preparing to enter kindergarten or first grade from public or private school

  • Currently being homeschooled

  • Currently enrolled in a Christian school in grades K-2

  • Currently attending another ACCS member school

If the child does not meet one of the above criteria, parents will be required to homeschool the child for one school year in order to be eligible to apply for the following year.




  • Complete your Application Packet and return it with the $350 (per family) application fee to the school office.

  • Your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted if an interview is to be scheduled. Both parents (without children) must attend this interview with members of the school board and admissions committee.

  • Interviewing and testing of your child/ren will be scheduled at a later date.

  • After prayerful consideration, families will be contacted about enrollment.


Enrollment is limited by class size. Classes will be filled according to the following order of preference:


  1. Returning students

  2. Siblings of returning students

  3. Children of PCS teachers and other employees

  4. New students



Kindergarten students must be at least 5 years old by September 1st of the entering year. Based on our experience, this policy will be universally upheld.

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