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Application Procedures

    • Attend a CCA Information Meeting: Parents are required to attend an information meeting about Cornerstone Christian Academy. These meetings are held at scheduled times and families receive their admissions packet at this meeting. Students 3rd grade on up are welcome to attend the meeting with a parent.  Click here to find out the time of the next meeting.
    • Review School Materials: Carefully review a current copy of the CCA Parent/Student Handbook along with the materials obtained at the information meeting.  This can be found on the Resource page.




    • Complete Forms: Once completed, the entire application is submitted along with  a non-refundable fee of $100 per application. All forms associated with the application (except reference forms) must be signed and completed thoroughly.
    •  Online Application
    • Student Reference Forms: A student reference form must be completed for each reference included in the Application. These should be mailed directly to CCA by the individual completing the form. 
      (Kinder) Provide 3 References:  Two Personal and a Spiritual reference.
      (1st-12thProvide 4 References:  A Personal, Teacher, Principal and Spiritual reference.
      Note:  Once the application is submitted, the references will automatically be emailed directly to the references provided.


    • Schedule placement testing: All students K-12 require testing to enter Cornerstone. Some additional testing or readiness placement may also be required such as upper level math or Spanish placement, etc
    • Level One Testing:   Kaufman Brief Intelligence and Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement ($175) ($125 additional for Dyslexia Battery)
    • Level Two Testing: Subtests from the WJIV Cognitive/Achievement Tests ($400) ($125 additional for Dyslexia Battery)
    • Level Three Testing:Full Individual Evaluation (FIE) $900 ($125 additional for Dyslexia Battery); Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Achievement; Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Cognitive Abilities

    For more detailed information regarding the three levels of testing, click here.
    • Schedule a Family Interview: The purpose of the family interview is to make certain that each family’s questions about the school have been answered and to discern further whether CCA is the appropriate school for the family. Both parents and potential students must attend the interview
    • Acceptance/Non-acceptance Notification: Once the interview process has been completed and all references received, each family will receive a letter from the Admissions Office indicating the school’s decision. PLEASE NOTE: An acceptance letter from the Admissions Office does not automatically confirm a course schedule at CCA. Due to the nature of our school, the registration process is wholly separate from the admissions process. If school records or placement testing indicate a significant academic problem, the student may be admitted provisionally, with specific guidelines involving student achievement, tutoring, parental responsibility, etc. If the student is able to register and show an ability to perform successfully at CCA, the provisional status may be lifted. If, however, the student is not able to perform successfully, another placement may be recommended. If a student is recommended for enrollment, and class space is available, each family must sign a Contract of Enrollment and Registration Form for the students enrolled at the academy—this includes families whose children are currently enrolled at CCA.
    • Registration/Diploma Plan Materials: Students accepted to CCA will receive registration materials detailing course registration. If your child is an entering high school student, you must contact CCA’s Principal to arrange a meeting to discuss various diploma options for graduation. All students entering high school are required to undergo academic advising for the purpose of establishing a diploma plan. Students not planning to graduate from the academy must still confer with the Principal in order to clarify their purposes for attending the academy.
    • Initial Provisional Enrollment: Those students accepted to and registered in courses at CCA for the first time will do so under a provisional registration for the first six weeks of the semester in which they enroll. During this time, designed to acclimate students to the academic rigors of CCA, teachers, coaches, and   administrators will observe and report the student’s progress regularly to determine whether the student will be successful at the academy. If it is determined that the student is capable of achieving academic success at CCA, his/her status will change from provisional to recommended enrollment in the academy. If, however, it is determined that he/she will not achieve academic success at CCA, a meeting with the parents and student(s) will be arranged by the office of the Principal to determine the best course of action.
    • Registering for Classes: In order to proceed to the registration of classes, CCA must have a signed Contract of Enrollment and Registration Form for each family.


Cornerstone Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to its students. CCA does not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school administered programs, and employment policies.