Clearly, admissions play a huge role in defining the culture of a school. Therefore, our admissions
process is selective – it reflects our mission and promotes selecting mission-appropriate students and families. Admissions
decisions in grades K-12 are guided by the following criteria:
For students entering Kindergarten, a satisfactory readiness screening is required. In grades 1-12,
students should test at least within the normative range of the Core Total on a norm-referenced achievement test. Test performance
must be corroborated by classroom performance as recorded on report cards for the past two years, along with teacher recommendations
and previous standardized test scores.
Students must be in good standing with their current school. Students receiving significant discipline
censure including expulsion, involuntary withdrawal, repeated suspension, or criminal activity will not be considered.
Responses from the family recommendation form and parent/student questionnaires allow us to begin to
know the student and family.
The admissions team considers the information provided by families, teachers, and the student, along with
its personal interactions during the interview, to evaluate the family's compatibility with the school mission. The interview also
affords a unique opportunity for reiterating the philosophy of SRCS, sharing information about our program and procedures, and
beginning to build a partnership with the family.
Seven Rivers Christian School admits students of any gender, race, color, nationality, or ethnic
origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students in the school.
Seven Rivers Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in the
administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and other programs.