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Admission and enrollment to our school is a partnership formed between family, school, and church to see the fulfillment of the spiritual, social, and academic development of our students. As admission and enrollment is a privilege, the steps and guidelines for admission and enrollment are detailed below. If, at any time, a student or family fails to meet required steps or fails to meet minimum admission requirements, the student(s) will not be eligible to enroll. Students cannot enroll in kindergarten if their birthdate comes after August 1 of the current school year without written approval from FA administration. 

Enrollment Steps

Set up a tour HERE


Interested families should apply online HERE
     A completed application is not considered accepted for enrollment into the school.


Student Shadow is optional. Contact the school office for more information on this option.  


Students entering Kindergarten through 5th grade must complete a math and literacy screening using STAR assessments on a computer. FA school office will schedule assessments.  
Students entering grades 1st through 5th must have all pertinent academic and behavior records reviewed by school administration prior to approval for enrollment.


Potential families and students should expect to meet with the school administration as part of the admissions process. This could be done as part of the campus visit step.  


Once all previous steps are complete, families will be informed of the school’s decision for enrollment. 
Students in kindergarten through 5th grade must complete all forms and steps in online enrollment via Renweb, complete a payment plan, pay the enrollment fee, and provide a copy of the student’s birth certificate and immunization record.  

Nondiscriminatory Policy: First Academy is committed to providing equal educational opportunities for students without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin. It does not unlawfully discriminate in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, and or other school-administered programs. As a private religious institution, however, FA reserves the right to deny admission to any applicant whose academic preparation, character or personal conduct is determined to be inconsistent with the purposes, objectives, and values of the school.