How Do You Begin The Application Process?
1. Schedule a visit with the Enrollment Director
We invite families to schedule a meeting with the Enrollment Director and Principal for an educational consultation. This provides a time for your family to ask questions about curriculum, athletics, chapel, and any other questions you may have. You will also be given a tour of the school.
2. Does your child want to spend a day at CCS?
We offer visitations days for potential students who would like to experience a day in Central's classrooms. Your child will be paired with a CCS student ambassador who will walk them through the day, sit with them at lunch and chapel, and answer questions. Our students are happy to share their personal experience at CCS, and this provides them with an opportunity to do just that! You may schedule a visitation day at anytime that suits your families schedule.
3. Are you ready to apply?
We are so happy you have chosen to make the investment of sending your child to Central Christian School! To begin the application process, please click here.
4. How long will it take for my child's application to be approved?
Please plan on 7-10 days for your child's application to be reviewed before you receive notification on the status of the application. You will receive an email directly from the enrollment office when the decision on your application has been approved. At that time, you be given directions on how to move on to the Continuous Enrollment Process.
5. Welcome to Central!
Once the application and continuous enrollment process are complete, your child is now a student at Central Christian! We welcome you to our community and look forward to having your child grow in their relationship with Christ while finding success academically, socially, and beyond.
Central 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. Central Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, tuition aid, scholarship programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.