REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO PPCA INCLUDE:
- At least one parent must be in agreement with our Statement of Faith and Admissions Policy.
- The student’s academic success and behavioral good standing from the former school(s) must be evident.
At least one parent/guardian should schedule a campus tour of PPCA with the Admissions Office and/or attend one of PPCA’s Preview Days. Bringing children on the tour or to the Preview Day is optional.
After completion of a tour and/or Preview Day, families may submit the online application as well as a $25 non-refundable application fee for each student.
Upon submission of the online application, it is reviewed by our administrators and admissions committee.
For students applying for admission to PPCA’s secondary grades (7th-12th), PPCA’s Admissions Director arranges for an interview with PPCA’s school administrators.
If necessary, PPCA will conduct placement testing for students.
The admissions process takes time. Families are contacted by PPCA’s Admissions Office through email to inform them if their students are accepted, turned down, or placed in a waiting pool.
One reason for not being accepted is if a grade is full and there is no space available for a student. A waiting pool is in place for grades that are full.
Candidates must have their application documents completed and submitted before being placed on a waiting pool list.
The waiting pool list is only current for the year in which the applicant is applying for admission. Waiting pool lists do not carry over to the next school year.