To maintain high-quality education, class sizes are kept small intentionally. This means that our classes fill up quickly. If classes have reached their capacity, the remaining available space is given to waitlisted students on a first-come basis for qualified students. Interested families must start the admissions process early to obtain a seat in our classrooms.
Complete Application and Application Fee is paid first
All documentation is submitted to the school
The Gulfcoast SDA School Board Elects an Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee will determine and recommend that a student in question should be accepted, accepted with additional academic and/or behavioral probation, or that a student NOT be accepted. The Admissions Committee and the School Administration reserves the right to refuse admission based on the following:
All new students will be admitted on a three-month probationary period, and parents will be made aware of this once approval for admission has been granted. For students with academic or behavioral concerns, a review may occur at any time during the probationary period and must occur at the end of the first grading period or at the end of the three month period to evaluate if the plan is working appropriately, revise it, or make a different decision to benefit the student.
All current students are encouraged to re-enroll during January through May. Students on probationary status will be brought to the Admissions Committee for review upon completion of an enrollment application and registration fees. The Admissions Committee will determine whether students on probation will be accepted or NOT accepted for the coming year. Registration Fees are non-refundable, except students on probation who are NOT accepted for the coming year.
Many classes fill quickly. No guarantee will be made of a place in a class for the coming school year for late re-enrollment applications.