Thank you for your interest in the Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis. We understand and share your concern for your children. We hope that the following steps will help you in the admission process. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school office at (314)429-7070 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school.
Applicants for admission to The Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis should be of good moral character, be eligible to re-enroll in the school last attended and be free from learning and behavioral problems. Report cards and test scores must indicate the student's ability to meet the high standards expected of students at Christian Academy.
Step 1 - Application, Fee, & Records
Submit the following documents to the Admissions Office:
A completed Admissions Application
KG - 12th grade $200 registration/testing fee (non-refundable) or $100 registration fee for Early Childhood Program. The fee is Per family, up to 3 children per family. (You will be invoiced for the fee once your application is submitted online)
Records Released from current school
The following groups receive a priority status regarding enrollment: Siblings of current students, staff children, members of an area Church of Christ, children of CA alumni, and families enrolling more than one child.
Step 2 - Testing (KG - 12th grade)
A testing date will be set up for each child.
An essay will be included for students in grades 6 - 12.
An interview will be set up for the student and/or parents with the Administrator. This generally takes place at the same time as the testing appointment.
After all of the above steps have been completed, a decision will be made by the Admissions Committee and notification will be sent through the mail. The decision will be made on past academic achievement, behavior record and an assessment of the potential for success in the Christian Academy's academic program.