1. Contact the Admissions Office to set up a campus tour.
2. Complete and submit an Application for Admission.
3. Contact the Admissions Office to set-up a date for your student to shadow. Shadows are usually reserved for students entering grades 6-12, but accommodations for younger students can be made upon request.
4. Contact the Admissions Office to set-up an entrance test for students entering grades K4-12. (Testing can be done on a student’s tour or shadow date with Admissions Office permission.)
5. Turn in required documents to Admissions Office before testing.
All applicants entering grades K4 - 12 will need to schedule an entrance test. Testing is scheduled by the Admissions Office after the receipt of all required Admissions forms.
· Application Form: An application may be picked up from the Admissions office or dowloaded from the link below.
· Academic History: A copy of the student’s unofficial transcript and report cards from the current and previous two years must be submitted before the entrance test. Standardized testing results for students in 6th-12th grade is also requested. If a student has a current IEP or academic evaluation, a copy of those results should be included in the student's file.
· In order for a student's file to be complete, we will also need a copy of the student's birth certificate, up-to-date immunization record, and proof of health insurance.
If you have any questions, contact Jennifer Newton, Director of Admissions.
· K-2 applicants must be 2 years old by September 1st of the year they are applying.
· K-3 applicants must be 3 years old by September 1st of the year they are applying.
· K-4 applicants must be 4 years old by September 1st of the year they are applying.
· K-5 applicants must be 5 years old by September 1st of the year they are applying.
Cottage Hill Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded and made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, athletics, or other school-administrated programs.