Admissions 2017-2018

K-8 Christian Education

Admissions Policy

Wynnbrook Christian School seeks to foster in each young person a desire to serve as a good steward and responsible citizen of both the local community and the world beyond.  We want to create a community that exemplifies Christian values; to that end, Wynnbrook Christian School offers the perfect opportunity for parents and caregivers who desire for their children an academically challenging education within a Christian worldview.


Wynnbrook Christian School admits students regardless of race, gender, color, or national origin.

For student enrollment at Wynnbrook Christian School, please complete the following admissions requirements:
  1. Complete the Wynnbrook Admission Requirements and Forms
    1. Interview with the WCS Administration (parent and student).
    2. Read the Wynnbrook Code of Conduct with all policies and guidelines. Sign and return the Acknowledgement Form. (Parents and students must read and sign the handbook. Proceed with the admissions process only if in agreement with, and willing to abide by, the policies in the Code of Conduct.)
    3. Complete Adventure Club Form (in the event that after-school care is needed).
  2. Submit the following government and medical forms
    1. Copy of Birth Certificate
    2. Copy of Social Security Card
    3. Immunization Form (GA#3231)
    4. Vision/Hearing Screening (#3300)
  3. Complete the following financial forms with complete payment
    1. Star Testing Fee for grade placement ($25 non-refundable) if required by WCS Administration. Some new school enrollments and/or Homeschool students enrolling for Academic courses or enrolling for use of Accelerated Reader/Accelerated Math programs pay this fee.
    2. Registration Fee ($400, unless discounted for early registration) ($100 for Homeschool registration)
    3. Bank Draft Authorization Form with voided check (if paying in installments)
    4. Review and sign Enrollment Financial Agreement, which will be printed once registration is paid. The WCS Administration requires an Enrollment Financial Agreement to be established upon student acceptance. This is a financial obligation for one year between the school and the parent or legal guardian. The school commits to provide academic services, and the parent/legal guardian agree to meet financial responsibilities for those services for the entire tuition term. The agreement details special provisions regarding early withdrawal for measures beyond reasonable control which are taken into consideration to exclude financial commitment. If a student does not meet these provisions, the entire tuition amount is required.
  4. For students transferring from another school (upcoming 1st-8th graders), please complete the following:
    1. Teacher Recommendation Form
    2. Fill out an Official Request for Student Records Form to receive, via mailed or faxed, the following information from previous school:
      1. Attendance record
      2. Previous school withdrawal record
      3. Grades/Current academic records
      4. Behavior records
      5. Current (last 12 months) standardized test scores (CRCT/ITBS/CTP4/Other)
  5. The Admissions Committee (Principle, School Board Member, and Faculty Member) will review all of the application materials and make a formal recommendation to the Administration for either Conditional or Unconditional Admission.
    1. Conditional Admission-student is accepted on a probationary status for a period of not to exceed 45 academic days during which the student is evaluated on academic and behavioral performance. A student receiving positive evaluations will be elevated to Unconditional Admission status. A student not recommended for Unconditional Admission will be dismissed from the school.
    2. Unconditional Admission-student is accepted without review of academic or behavioral probation.
  6. The WCS Administration makes the final decision regarding the admission of the student. Parent/Legal Guardian will be notified via letter or email communication process.