The Admission Process:
Step 1: Visit Campus
Step 2: After Prayerful Consideration, Apply
Submit an Online Application with the $95 application fee.
Depending on the grade you are applying for, you may be asked to supply the following supplemental items as part of the Online Application:
- Birth Certificate
- Immunization Record
- Current Photo of Applicant
- Report cards/Progress Reports from the most recent quarter and up to three previous school years
- Teacher Recommendations
- Writing Sample
- Complete and forward Academic Records Request to student’s current school
** Tuition Assistance application may be submitted through the same Online Application portal at this time. Tuition assistance is only available for students entering K-12th grade. **
Step 3: Assessment
The admission office will schedule an assessment as soon as we have received the completed Online Application.
Step 4: Family Interview
The admission office will schedule a 1-hour parent meeting with both parents. For families with entering 6th through 12th students, students will attend the family interview as well. For families with PK students, the assessment is scheduled with both parents at the same time as the family interview.
** PCA must receive a copy of school records & teacher recommendations (requested as part of the Online Application) before scheduling the parent meeting. **
Step 5: Status of Admission & Enrollment Process
After the assessment and family interview, the PCA administration will review all information and decide to admittance. The admission office will notify the parents with a decision (accept, waiting list, or decline). Upon acceptance, an annual tuition deposit is required to hold a student’s position at PCA, and parents will be provided the information necessary to complete the enrollment process.
We appreciate your interest and look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the admissions office at 615-904-0902.
NON DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Providence Christian Academy does not discriminate based on race, color, national, or ethnic origin.
PCA accepts students throughout the school year, depending on availability.