Step by Step Admissions Process
Financial Aid Application (if applicable): Should a family be desired to be considered, they should proceed with applying for assistance through FACTS Management Co., an independent agency with whom we are affiliated. Families will be notified of granted offerings with the provision of a Family Tuition Worksheet.
Schedule a Personalized Tour and Program Discussion: Contact the school to arrange for a tour of the facility followed by a program discussion with our Admissions Staff. At the time of your time tour, you will need to provide your child’s most current progress/grade report for each student interested in attending CCA. Any documentation defining special educational provisions for the student should be brought to the initial meeting so that we can get an idea of the student’s needs.
Students in grades 6 through 12 will experience a personal interview. This provides an opportunity for us to learn about the student and share with them some highlights of the CCA experience — spiritually, intellectually, emotional, physically and creatively, etc. — as well as to field any questions they may have.
Student Application: To be considered for acceptance at CCA, proceed by filling out a Student Application and submit it along with the non-refundable $25.00 processing fee.
Student Acceptance: Families will receive a formal acceptance letter from CCA indicating the next steps to finalize enrollment.
Placement Fee and Tuition Payment: Upon receiving written acceptance, parents wishing to secure their student’s enrollment at Concord Christian Academy shall submit a non-refundable $550 Placement Fee ($125 payable at the time of enrollment, the balance of $425 is added to your tuition worksheet). Once this payment is received the student’s enrollment in the designated class is confirmed.
SUMMARY OF REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTATION
(1) Special Educational Provisions
(2) Most Recent Report Card
(3) High School Transcript (applicable to students entering grades 10-12, including homeschoolers)
(4) Health Forms: State Law requires each student to present a certification of immunization, as well as documentation addressing the student’s general health, prior to the student attending school. CCA honors this law by requiring enrolling families to provide an updated health and immunization information by the first day of school. This may require a physician’s appointment if the most recent information is more than 2 years old.
(5) Sports Participation Form: High School athletes are required to provide verification from their Physician stating the student is cleared to participate in sports. For both situations, most doctor offices will provide a School and Camp Form which identifies all needed health information.
As you work your way through these materials, please know that our Admissions Staff is available to help.