A Step by Step Timeline
The admission process is broken down into easy to follow steps. We will be with you every part of the way, ready to answer your questions.
Step 1: Create an Account and Begin an Online Application
Step 2: Submit All Applicable Documents
K5 applicants before family interview (Required):
1st-12th grade applicants before grade placement testing (Required):
- Pastoral Reference (preferred) or Church Appeal Letter
- School Reference by Administrator
- Student Recommendation by Teacher
- Report Card or Transcript
- IEP, 504 Plan and/or other Diagnostic Testing, if on McKay or in Special Services (7th-12th) or Talent Development (K-6th)
All applicants after acceptance and before financial completion (Required):
- Birth Certificate
- Florida Immunization 680 or Religious Exemption 681
- Florida Health Exam Form 3040 or Out of State Health Exam from within 1 year
Step 3: Submit Application with fee
- After completing each form on the Application, you will reach the Application Review screen.
- Review your Application and then click the Complete Review and Submit Application button.
- Next, you will click Submit Application & Make Payment.
- Enter your payment information and click Submit.
Step 4: Student Questionnaire and Grade Placement Testing (students entering 2nd – 12th grades only)
Step 5: Family Interview
- After all applicable documents and test results have been received and processed, the Principal will review the application and schedule a mandatory family interview.
Step 6: Admission Decision
- The applicant’s family will be notified of one of the following:
- Acceptance and placement in an agreed upon grade
- Acceptance and placement in the Wait Pool
- Wait Pool status is good for the current school year until February 1st, at which point applications will be accepted for consideration for the next school year.
- Acceptance and placement cannot be made at this time.
Step 7: Financial Arrangements
- Once you have received your acceptance letter, you will be contacted to set up an appointment for financial arrangements.
- In most cases, a new student may begin school during the school year 48 hours after financial arrangements are complete.
- Kindergarten screening may be scheduled about one week prior to the first day of school.