~ Christian K-12 School ~ A Ministry of The Country Church ~

Country Christian School

Equipping Students to Blend Christian Character with Academic Excellence


General Admission Standards

Preschool students are enrolled based on age and readiness but also classroom availability. Children must be fully potty-trained before starting either preschool class. 

Minimum ages for enrollment are as follows: 

  • 2-day preschool – 3 years old before Sept. 1
  • 3-day preschool – 4 years old before Sept. 1

Kindergarten - fifth grade students are enrolled on the basis of parents' desire for their child to attend, classroom availability, and student's ability to function in the normal classroom setting. Entrance tests may be required. Minimum ages for enrollment are as follows:

  • Kindergarten entrance - 5 years old before Sept. 1
  • 1st Grade entrance - 6 years old before Sept. 1

6th - 12th grade students are enrolled on a combination of parental desires, student wishes and administrative approval. Each student must be willing to live by the expected rules of conduct as set forth in the handbook. Incoming new students must go through the proper application process and pass the formal interview with CCS administration. Students who have had prior behavioral problems may be considered on the basis that sufficient intervention has taken place to give a reasonable chance of success in the new environment. In this instance, acceptance would be on a probationary status.

Special Needs Students

Country Christian is not equipped for special needs students. However, if a student is able to function within the normal classroom and complete the regular course work, we will consider working with them and their parents. Each situation will be evaluated individually.

Admissions Process

Admissions Process
Step 1
Submit all of the forms included in the admissions packet with the registration fees.
Step 2
The application packet will be reviewd and you will be contacted.
Step 3
An interview may be conducted with both the student and parents, and/or students may be tested before placement.