Training the Next Generation of
Christian Leaders to God’s Glory

APPLYING TO WCA

Thank you for your interest in WCA! We accept online applications or paper applications.  To begin the online application process, please click here.  To receive a paper application, please stop by our school office Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.  Parents who desire further information or wish to schedule a tour of the school are asked to contact our Director of Admissions, Patricia Del Pozo, at pdelpozo@westonchristianacademy.org.

The information below is a description of the admission steps found in our application.  This information can also be accessed through online or paper applications.

 

• Step I – Application and Fee
Parents who desire to pursue admission to WCA must complete the Student and Family Application and submit completed Student and Family Application (note: application alone does not constitute enrollment):
- Full time Students Non-refundable $150.00 Application/Screening Fee.
- Part time Students Non-refundable $200.00 Registration Fee.

• Step II – Documentation
Parents must provide the following documentation that is required and evaluated for admission:
Official Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
Florida Immunization Record DH-680
Florida Physical DH-3040
Pastoral Reference Form
Student Reference Information Form from most current elementary teacher or all core-subject middle school teachers
Family History/Medical Emergency Form
Parent/Guardian Statement of Support
Parent Information Form (Kindergarten only)
Student Information Form (6th – 8th grade only)
Student Agreement of Conduct (6th – 8th grade only)

• Step III – Student Entrance Assessment
Each student applicant must undergo a Student Entrance Assessment. The results of the assessment help to evaluate whether or not the academy will be able to meet the educational needs of the student, and whether or not the student is likely to be academically successful at the academy. These results are reviewed by the Director of Admissions and School Administrator prior to acceptance.

• Step IV – Interview
The Director of Admissions and/or School Administrator interview both parents/guardians of an applicant, except in cases where a non-custodial parent is not available.
The Director of Admissions and/or School Administrator interview middle school student applicants.

• Step V – Finalize
Following the Interview, parents are notified in writing of the admission decision. Upon acceptance, parents must respond with a signed Reservation and Enrollment Agreement and non-refundable $400 Enrollment Fee within ten days in order to confirm and finalize the student’s enrollment. Students are not enrolled, and may not begin school until this has been received by the Administration Office.