Thank you for considering Southeast Christian School.
We appreciate your decision to pursue Christian Education for your student(s). We are excited to see all that God has planned for the coming school years and for the families he is bringing into our community. For your reference, please review the FAQs below before submitting or emailing with your concerns.
What is the difference between kindergarten and transition kindergarten?
Transition Kindergarten is a program similar to Junior Kindergatren, the primary difference is that students in Transition Kinder MAY be eligible for 1st grade if deemed appropriate by the teacher and administration. Transition Kindergarten is a smaller class for students who may need more time to develop socially, emotionally or academically before starting in standard kindergarten.
My student has an IEP, 504, ALP or other learning plans. Should I send these?
Please include any learning plan documents with your application. If you’ve already submitted an application before including these, email a scanned copy to firstname.lastname@example.org including your students full name and grade level in the subject line.
Is there space available for my student in the 22-23 school year?
Most grades have already filled up and we have initiated a waitlist for all grades excluding 4th and 5th grade. To be placed on this waitlist, please submit an application and you will be notified with the priority you are at in the waitlist. This priority is subject to change.
How do you decide priority on the waitlist?
First and foremost, we will ensure that our staff members can enroll their students here with ease. We will then review and consider currently enrolled families applying with new students. Then, any families applying with multiple students will be prioritized.
Ultimately, we aim to partner with families who align and support our discipleship mission and Statement of Faith. To accomplish our goal of raising disciples of God, we use the admissions process to prioritize those families who will support this effort.
What are the chances my student will be accepted if I’m on a waitlist?
There is no guarantee that any waitlist applicant will be offered admission. Once you submit an application, you will be notified of your waitlist position. From there, should a space become available for you then you will be invited to pursue admissions. As currently enrolled families make plans to move or capacites on classes change, you will be notified via email when and if a spot opens up. We will carry out this notification process through the summer and into the start of the school year.
We pray that God opens up doors for incoming families that are called to join us in the discipleship of young students. We trust God’s placement and provision for those families on our waitlist.
Once admissions is offered, what are the steps to complete before enrollment is offered?
The admissions process takes about 2 weeks to complete, please be patient as our admissions committee looks over dozens of new student applications every week.
I have multiple students and have not heard back about admissions for all. Can I bring them all in for assessments?
Each waitlist is grade level specific, this means we are looking at applicants as individuals rather than as family units. If you have not heard back from us about one or more students, that means there are no open spaces in that grade level at the present time. Deciding to pursue admissions/enrollment for one student will raise your other students on the waitlist as you will be considered a “current family” after enrollment is submitted. You will be reached out to when/if a spot becomes available via email.