Admissions Process

Our Admissions Process    

We want you to have an opportunity to feel comfortable with our facilities, our staff, and our Kingdom Education philosophy. Our online application is always available and ready for you.

The LCA campus is open for learning! Preschool/Elementary School (K4 - 5th), LCA Middle School (6th - 8th), and High School (9th - 12th) are providing on-campus, in-classroom instruction.  The health, safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, families and prospective students and families is always our highest priority.

Our Admissions Office is open and available to assist prospective families. We are accepting applications for the 2021-22 academic year. 

We encourage you to call and schedule a campus visit or interview to answer any questions you may have. If you believe LCA us a good fit for your child and your family, we encourage you to submit a New Student Application.

Enrollment for the following year begins in February. After the initial enrollment period, applications are considered on a rolling basis as space allows.

 

Step 1: Schedule a Meeting and On Campus Tour 

We are here to help! We encourage all interested families to reach out.

Pre-K/Elementary (K4-5th):  (210) 645-0490  

Middle/High School (6th - 12th):  (210) 674-4081

 

Step 2: Apply Online

Our online application is online through the FACTS.  We recommend you fill out the New Student Application as completely as possible. 

  • LCA will request grades, test scores, disciplinary records, and transcripts (high school) from the applicant’s current (or most recent) school.
  • Immunization Records (MUST be submitted to school by the first day of school.)
  • Pastoral Reference form
  • Non-refundable application fee

 

Step 3: Interviews and Evaluation

An LCA staff member will contact you to set up a time for an interview. Testing may be waived or delayed for a later date, depending on the grade level.  In the parent interview, an administrator will discuss our philosophy and school programming.  We hope to answer any questions you may have.

Elementary students take a group of individually-administered, standardized tests. The results will help us determine appropriate grade placement. We will gladly share the results of these tests with parents.

 

Step 4: Final Decision

LCA administrators make decisions concerning enrollment as a team. Therefore, the final decision may take time. 

In making a decision, the administrative team will consider:

  • Is LCA able to meet the student’s academic, social, and physical needs?
  • Are the student’s parents supportive of the school’s Christ-centered philosophy so that a partnership with the school can develop?
  • Is the student under his or her parents’ authority and willing to follow the school’s guidelines?
  • Does the student desire to attend LCA?

 

God’s Word expresses that all are made in the image of God; therefore, LCA admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.