Application Process

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Application &
Enrollment Process

Our admissions team is ready to work with you to determine if CCS is the right place for your family. We strive to be thorough yet efficient as we walk with you through this important process. Applications are accepted throughout the year, however, all new applications for the following school year are reviewed in February. We encourage you to apply early to ensure available seating for your child.

Ready to get started? Follow the steps below to begin the application process.

*Click here for International Admissions.

1

Submit New Student Application

Complete our New Student Admissions Application. There is a $175 non-refundable fee to submit your application.

Please send the form below to your previous school to request an official transcript be sent directly to us:

2

Complete Student Assessment

A student assessment will be scheduled by our admissions office. The assessment is designed to evaluate a student’s academic ability relative to the curriculum, standards, and rigor in the primary and secondary schools.

3

Attend Admissions Interviews

Parents will attend an Admissions Interview with our school administrators. This provides a “get to know you” opportunity that includes addressing any remaining questions from the parents, as well as a time for clarification of expectations from the school.

7th – 12th grade students also need to attend their own Admissions Interview. This is an opportunity to set expectations and for the student to ask questions about student life in the Secondary School.

4

Admissions Notification

We will notify you via email once the above steps have been completed and the admissions committee has made a decision. If a student is accepted, but the class is already filled, you will be given an opportunity to join the waiting list.

Cherokee Christians Schools Admission Policy

Cherokee Christian Schools admit students of any race, color, or national ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national ethnic origin in school administration or its educational and admission policies. However, students must meet academic, moral, and personal standards as deemed appropriate by the school.