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Admissions at Covenant Community School
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Complete Our Online Family Admissions Application & Complete your Documents
Set up a moral interview with one of our administrators.
Schedule a one on one meeting with our Warrior administration team to review your family application and present the following documents: current grade report, academic testing, behavioral records documentation is required (Grade report, teacher recommendation, and behavioral records).
Schedule a one on one Academic Screening.
Covenant Community School provides a free one on one academic screening for all potential students. This screening is proctored by one of our Academic administrators.
Schedule Your Final Family Interview:
Sit down with our founder and director to finalize your financial contract, sign your statement of cooperation, receive your academic screening results, and finalize your acceptance process.
Receive your "Warrior Welcome” package
and review all new enrollment materials before “Meet and Greet” night.
Yes. Covenant Community School is accredited by Cognia/AdvancEd and the International League of Christian Schools (ILCS).
No. While our school is founded on Christian values, our founders have chosen to welcome families from throughout the community to enroll, no matter their church affiliation.
Yes. There are several state programs that provide scholarships to qualifying families. Additionally, there are school tuition scholarships available to families.
We are open Monday-Thursday from 7:30am-3:30pm, and Friday from 7:30am-12:30pm
We offer education to K-4 – 12th grade students.
We utilize a variety of curriculum platforms to offer the highest quality of education without compromising the Christian values on which Covenant Community School was founded.
We utilize a variety of curriculum platforms to offer theAccording to recent data, 80% of our students enter into a college/university program, 15% enter into vocational programs, and 5% enter into our US Armed Forces. highest quality of education without compromising the Christian values on which Covenant Community School was founded.
No. Although we do not incorporate FSA testing, we do value the educational data associated with standardized tests, and acquire this data with systematic progress monitoring programs, including yearly IOWA Assessments administered in the spring semester.
Covenant Community School believes that every child’s learning journey is unique, and we strive to create environments that can provide individualized learning. The average class sizes are no more than 18 for our elementary and secondary classes.