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You Belong at CCS!

Preschool

In order to be considered for the preschool program at Cornerstone Christian School students must at least be three years old and potty trained. In addition, please complete the following steps by clicking this link: bit.ly/preschoolapply. You will be asked to create an account in order to apply.

  1. Complete and submit the application
  2. Pay $50 application fee
  3. Reference-only required for those children who have attended a preschool previously
  4. Visit CCS
  5. Meet with the head of school

Contact Kristin Barb at kristinbarb@ccsconnection.org or 432-9816 to schedule a visit and arrange a family meeting with the head of school.

Grades K-10

In order to be considered for Grades K-10 please complete the steps below by clicking this link bit.ly/applyccsYou will be asked to create an account. 

  1. Complete and submit the application
  2. Pay the $50 application fee
  3. Submit school records
  4. Submit teacher reference form
  5. Visit CCS
  6. Take placement test at CCS (grades 1-10)
  7. Parent meeting with head of school
  8. Student meeting with head of school (grades 7-10)

You are welcome to contact Kristin Barb, Development Assistant, at 432-9816 or kristinbarb@ccsconnection.org at anytime with questions and to arrange your visit to the school and schedule testing.

Please note that the admissions application is not considered complete until all reference forms and academic records have been received in our office.

Cornerstone Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of the educational policies, administering of financial aid and scholarships, athletic and other school-administered programs.

Thank you for your interest in Cornerstone Christian School! Our admissions process is structured to help out our staff and the parent(s) and/or guardian(s) of a student to determine if CCS is a good educational fit for their family. Taking the steps to evaluate this educational fit is important because we seek to build a partnership with parents/guardians in order to help each student succeed in their early Christian education.