HOW TO APPLY
Elementary – High School
2. Applicant parent or guardian should complete Part I of the application and applicants applying for middle and high school must compete essay.
3. All applicants are required to submit scores from isee entrance exam, previous report cards, and a copy of birth certificate in order to be considered for admissions.
Admissions decisions are based upon what the admission committee deems best for Cornerstone Christian Academy and notification of its decision will be mailed by mid-March. Students who are offered enrollment must complete all additional paperwork to guarantee spot in program.
Grades 5th through High School must take the ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam). For information on test sites and registration, please visit www.iseetest.org. Applicants who have completed the ERB CTP 4, the SSAT or the ISEE within the last academic year may not require additional testing. Please contact Amy Peterson with any questions.
Bridge-Kindergarten through fourth grade students must take our in house test, available dates:
March 2nd, 9:00am
March 23rd, 9:00am
April 27th, 9:00am
August 1st, 10:00am
1. Application for the 2013-2014 school year is below in pdf format, online registration is not available for our preschool program. To request an information packet please contact the admissions office . Parent/guardian must submit application in person. Cornerstone registration to the public starts February 11, 2013 at 8:00 am, please note preschool is a first come first serve basis.
2. Applicant parent or guardian should complete Part I of that application.
The admission committee will notify all applicants by mail as well as phone regarding the decision of acceptance. If a student is accepted, an enrollment packet will be emailed to parent or guardian. Classes are scheduled for students based on the date the completed enrollment packet is submitted and all fees are paid.
Cornerstone does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, ethnicity, or national origin in the administration of its policies, admission or other school-directed programs.