The Conway Christian application process is designed to provide a thorough but personal experience. The following steps help us to get to know each applicant personally and gives applicants a clear understanding of the educational opportunities and expectations of Conway Christian.
1. Campus Visit
Whether it’s a tour or an open house, come visit the Conway Christian campus and see what we’re all about. During this time you’ll be able to visit with school faculty and staff to discuss our educational opportunities. Click HERE to schedule a visit.
2. Student Shadow
Come experience a day in the life of a Conway Christian Eagle. Whether it’s in our Lower or Upper School, you’re sure to interact with some of the best teachers and most welcoming students you’ll find on any campus. Click HERE to schedule a student shadow day.
3. Online Application
Simply click APPLY NOW to begin your application process. All applications must be done online as it simplifies the submission and provides parents a tool for online tracking.
Begin by creating an account. Then log into your account and “Create a New Student Application” for your child. You will then have the ability to log in and out of your account whenever you desire. When finished with your application(s), simply pay the $75 fee and submit. We will not receive your submission unless the fee has been paid online with a valid credit or debit card.
4. Academic Records and Recommendations
We require at least two years previous report cards and standardized test for all students 2nd-12th grade, as well as a principal’s recommendation from your most recent school. We have the right to request additional testing when we feel it’s necessary.
5. Student and/or Parent Interview with Principal
Once the above items have been completed and the student’s file is complete, we will proceed with the review process. All students in 5th-12th grade, along with their parents/guardians, are required to meet with the appropriate principal.
Decisions are made by the Admissions Committee. Once accepted there will be an evaluative term beginning on the students first day of class extending one calendar year. This pertains to all new students. If for any reason, during this time, the school feels the parent/student partnership isn't in the best interest of all parties re-enrollment may be denied.
7. The Eagle Way
Once admission is finalized, new families are required to attend an “Eagle Way” event. The time is set up to further explain school core values, expectations and to establish partnership as we desire to maximize our time together. We offer two separate times for family flexibility. One is in late July and the other in early August.