Admission & Registration
We are currently enrolling students for the new school year. In order to complete the admission process, please return the completed enrollment form along with the following:
Registration Fee, payable by cash, check, or credit card
Completed and Signed Application Form
Copy of student’s birth certificate
HRS 3040 Physical Exam form dated within one year
HRS 680 Immunization form, current and up to date
Copy of Most Recent Report Card (Grades 1-8)
Recent Standardized Test Scores (Grades 1-8)
Homeschooled students must schedule a time for placement testing.
1. ANY SOLID COLOR polo shirt with collar, short or long-sleeved. Must be “uniform style” from any store.
2. Khaki, navy, or black uniform pants or shorts. Girls may wear skirts or jumpers. Must be “uniform style” from any store. Skirts should touch the knee and shorts should be no shorter than 3” above the knee and should be loose-fitting, not tight. Yoga, athletic, or any type of spandex pants are not permitted.
3. All pants and skirts are to be worn at the natural waist, not pulled down around the hips.
4. Fridays are "dress down" days and students may pay $1 to dress down
Students attend physical education classes weekly. Activities are designed to develop age-appropriate motor skills, sportsmanship, and encourage an active and healthy lifestyle.
Arts & Crafts
Kindergarten thru Eighth-grade students have the opportunity to cut, glue, and paint to their heart's content! Students will be taught different types of painting styles while learning about the artist. Other areas of teaching will include shading techniques with pencils, watercolor, and chalk. Student's will dive into their creative sides with molding and designing with clay. Every aspect of art will be taught to students throughout the school year.
Using the Academy Library, students are introduced to using books for research and pleasure. Students can choose books that are interesting and check them out.
Students perform an annual Christmas Program and Spring Musical. All students are part of the chorus and are encouraged to audition for solos. Students in grades 4 and up are invited to audition for speaking parts.
Fifth through Eighth Grade students have a weekly Equestrian Skills class that teaches valuable life skills through horsemanship. Students spend one day each week at 3D Ranch Ministries where they build a one on one relationship with a rescued horse.
Kindergarten thru Fourth-grade students attends a Spanish class to learn the basics of the language.
Every student participates in our weekly chapel program that includes songs, a relevant Biblical message, and prayer time.