Admissions at Alameda Christian
Thank you for your interest in Alameda Christian School. If you would like to visit the school and see our students, teachers, and classrooms in action, please call ahead to schedule your visit. We welcome you!
Our school offers highly academic, well rounded, scripture based Transitional Kindergarten-8th grade education.
We require copies of recent report cards and standardized testing scores. If a student has been home schooled, there is an entrance test to determine the best class placement. Kindergarten students may be evaluated for readiness to begin Kindergarten. Students entering Kindergarten must be five years old by September 1st. Applicants for Transitional Kindergarten must be 5 by January 1st.
To apply for admission, we require the following:
• Copy of Birth Certificate
• Copy of Immunization Record
• Copy of most recent report card (1st grade and older)
• Copy of most recent achievement test score (1st grade and older)
When all of these items are received, your application will be processed and you will be called to schedule a family interview with the Principal. Students are admitted after completing an application, a family interview and board approval. All students are admitted on a probationary basis during the first nine weeks.
ACS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship program, and other school-administered programs.
Providing high-quality education is expensive, but it is our earnest desire that every family that wants Christian education have this opportunity. Tuition aid is awarded primarily to lower-income families or to families who need tuition assistance due to a temporary financial setback.
Families requesting tuition assistance can pick up a tuition aid application from the office. Students must first be accepted before the tuition aid application will be evaluated.