Admission

Application Process

The application process is a time of mutual discovery to determine if enrollment will be a positive match that will lead to student success.
King’s Ridge Christian School seeks to partner with families to surround their child on their journey towards not only college admission, but ultimately college completion. We believe in investing in student lives, mentoring their development as they discover more about how God uniquely wired them with specific talents and gifts as they learn more about themselves and their purpose.

To start learning their story we begin with the online application. Completing the process is as easy as following the checklists and deadlines. You will be able to track when your documentation arrives in the Admission Office through your online application portal. Applicant resources can assist in this process.

King’s Ridge Christian School offers a full day Pre-K program with aftercare until 6:00 PM.


Checklist and Deadlines

King's Ridge Christian School offers a rolling admission as long as there is availability.

If applying for financial aid, all financial aid paperwork must be submitted by February 20, 2020. Due to limited financial aid resources, Lower School applicants (through 4th grade) whose families are not already a member of the KRCS community can not be considered for financial assistance.

List of 4 items.

  • Applicants to Pre-K

    • Online application is now open to the public. There are full day and half-day Pre-K options.
    • Upon application submittal, you will be contacted by the Admission Office to schedule a Pre-K visit.
    • Once accepted, you will need to submit a $700 deposit and complete the enrollment contract.
  • Applicants to Kindergarten

    • Online application
    • Teacher Recommendation (submitted online and accessed at the end of the application).
    • On campus kindergarten readiness assessment. You will be contacted by the  Admission Office to schedule a date.
  • Applicants to Grades 1-4

    • Online application
    • Official school transcript for current and previous year.
    • Teacher recommendation (submitted online and accessed at end of application.)
    • On campus skills assessment. You will be contacted by the Admission Office to schedule a date.
  • Applicants to Grades 5-12

    • Online application 
    • Official school transcripts for current and previous year including any standardized testing from within the past two years.
    • Teacher recommendation from current math and English teachers, additional teacher recommendation and outside recommendation is optional. All recommendations are submitted online.
     
    Testing:
    • Applicants to 5th - 8th grades: Results from skills assessment completed during on campus visit (to be scheduled after transcript is received).
    • Applicants to 9th - 12th grades: Results from skills assessment completed during on campus visit (to be scheduled after transcript is received) and a copy of standardized testing results from within last two years.
    • Interview