Things to Know
Attendance at Genesis Christian School is a privilege. Students are admitted based on their desire and the support of their parents/guardians, for a Christ-centered education. The privilege to attend may be lost by any student/parent who is not in harmony with either the rules or the spirit of the school. Parents or guardians, who desire a Christian education for their child, may complete the application process to enroll him/her at Genesis Christian School. Students of all faiths who live in harmony with the principles and objectives of the school are welcome.
Students considering enrollment at Genesis Christian School should be in good and regular standing at their present school. Parents of students who need special education courses should seek the counsel of the school’s director. In general, Genesis Christian School is not equipped to meet the needs of special academic or behavioral situations. McKay and Step Up Scholarships are accepted, upon completing an entrance placement test.
When applying for admission it is understood that…
— Registration is for the complete school year
— The disciplinary process of the school will be supported in the home
— The school reserves the right to dismiss the student if the student does not respect the school’s moral standards, do not cooperate in the educational process or develops significant academic or behavioral issues
— One parent is responsible for attending all of the Parent/Teacher Fellowship Meetings
— All students are subject to a 4-week probationary period
Genesis Christian School admits students of any race, color, sex, religion, nationality, or ethnic origin to all rights and privileges generally accorded or made available to students.
Genesis Christian School affirms that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any educational program or activity conducted under its auspices.
Genesis Christian School was established to provide a quality Christian education, assisting parents in the spiritual development of students. The school is not intended to be an alternative school for avoiding public school or court-ordered educational activities.
This non-discriminatory policy is extended to all school employees and students