Steps to Admission

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STEP 1: STUDENT APPLICATION

Return these items to the school office:

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  • $90 Application Fee for Lower School (TK-5th Grade)
  • $125 Application Fee for Upper School (Middle School and High School)
  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of Immunization Records
  • Social Security Number
  • Request for Records Form

STEP 2: FORMS AND DOCUMENTS

Return these items to the school office:

STEP 3

TESTING AND INTERVIEWS

The school office will call to set up a screening for your student with a teacher on campus. Schedule a Parent Administrative Interview

ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE

Once Steps 1-3 are processed, the Admissions committee will make the final decision and notify parents of their student’s acceptance or denial via letter from the school. All decisions made by the Admissions Committee are final and cannot be appealed.

REGISTRATION FEE

Your $400 registration fee (TK–8th Grade) and/or $625 (High School) holds a place in the class for your student. Once your student is accepted and your registration fee is paid, your student is enrolled at BCCA.

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Additional Information

BACK TO SCHOOL

Back to School is held the Monday before school begins. In the morning, bring your student to meet the teacher. In the evening, come back to meet the Head of School, hear from your student’s teacher, and sign up for afterschool, music lessons, and volunteering.

FACTS Tuition Management

After the registration fee has been paid, you will need to sign up with FACTS Tuition Management. Once all information is input by the family and payment arrangements selected by the family, the school will apply amounts owed (tuition, etc) to their agreements and “finalize” online. This process can be started at any time, but must be completed prior to the finalization dates.

FACTS Tuition Management

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Tuition Assistance is available to current families. Please contact the school office for further information.

SCHOLARSHIPS

children scholarshipChildren’s Scholarship Fund-Charlotte is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational options for children (grades K-8) from low-income families residing in Mecklenburg County. Find out more here.

WITHDRAWAL FORM

Withdrawal Form