Welcome back, Cavs! Access your RenWeb Parent Portal by clicking here. Go to "Family Information" and then "Enrollment." Follow the step-by-step instructions to complete the re-enrollment process. Enrollment and application fees (total of $235.00) should be paid to complete your child’s re-enrollment for the new school year.
Welcome, new families! Your Online Application begins here.
Enrollment Policy for New Students
St. John’s Christian Academy provides a college -preparatory curriculum. All students applying for admissions must be in good academic and disciplinary standing in their current schools, and must submit transfer documentation upon application.
Admission begins with a formal application and a non-refundable fee. Once the application has been submitted, a placement test will be scheduled. Scores of this test, transcripts of previous scores and achievements, and a personal interview will determine admission and placement.
The Board of Directors is the sole judge of the qualifications for admittance. Admissions, enrollment, and dismissals are directly supervised and implemented by the Headmaster. St. John’s Christian Academy practices open enrollment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, or national origin.
New admissions to St. John’s Christian Academy are accepted on a nine-week probationary period. The requirements for achieving a fully accepted status include:
- Passing all subjects/classes
- An overall GPA of 2.0 or above
- An exemplary discipline record.
Enrollment Policy for Returning Students
It is the policy of St. John’s Christian Academy to continually review the progress each student is making, and on the basis of this progress, to invite each student to return the following year. If insufficient progress is being made, the student, his or her parents, and his or her teacher will develop an academic contract.
If a high school or middle school student fails a class for the year, the credit must be made up in summer school or through an approved correspondence course. Middle or high school students who fail more than two academic courses for the year will be placed on academic probation. If a student has failed two courses the previous year, he or she must be passing all courses at the end of the first semester of the next year, or the student may be asked to leave SJCA at the end of that semester.
St. John's Christian Academy practices open enrollment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, or national origin.