ACA Admissions Process
Thank you for your interest in Alliance Christian Academy for your child. We believe in educating the whole child to include high academic, social, physical and emotional development within each child (Luke 2:52, “And Jesus grew in wisdom, and in stature and in favor with God and man.”). This educational standard is only accomplished through a close partnership with parents and families and causes the decision for our school to be an important one, as every school does not meet the needs of every child. Please take some time to read the information presented on our website before proceeding with the steps listed below.
1. Attend a Parent Informational Meeting
New families must attend an informational meeting in order to be considered for admittance to Alliance Christian Academy. See available dates and times and register here.
- ACA Mission/Vision
- Affiliation with NAUMS
- Curriculum/Schedules for Grammar and Logic Schools
- Home Assignment Load/Requirements
- Current Tuition Costs
- Parent Partnership
- Character Education Program
- Academic Rigor
- Classical Education
All of our informational meetings include a tour of classrooms and the campus. We will begin with prayer and adjourn by asking each family to take our information and pray together, calling for God’s guidance in their decision for schooling.
2. Submit Application for Admission
New families must complete an on-line application for each student, which includes a copy of their birth certificate, current immunization record, physician or sports form. All applications and fees are date stamped in the order they are received.
3. Submit Fees via Emailed Invoice
After application review and pending available space, you will receive an invoice via email to submit the enrollment and assessment fee of $380 for the Enrollment and Assessment fee.
4. Schedule a Family Interview and Placement Testing
Following the reciept of the Enrollment and Assessment fee, families will be contacted to schedule a family interview and student placement testing. Placement testing is required for all incoming students.
Notification of acceptance and placement will be made within 14 days of the interview and testing.
If the child is not accepted into ACA, the $280 application fee will be refunded at this time. The placement testing fee is non-refundable.
5. Submit Tuition and Fees
An annual ACA fee of $275 is due on May 1st. ACA tuition for the fall semester is due on June 1st. Tuition for the spring semester is due November 1st. For tuition and payment inquiries, contact our Finance Director, Mandy Foster, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Attend Meetings
The final step in enrollment for ACA is to attend our mandatory parent training meetings.