Admission For New Students
The following procedures will be helpful to parents of prospective students applying for admission to Oconee Christian Academy:
Parents and prospective students set up an Educational Success Consultation with our Director, Dean Bare. Call to immediately set up: (864) 882-6925 or email: email@example.com
Students can experience OCA by shadowing half a day in the morning, afternoon or shadow a full day.
All students should have a desire to attend the Academy.
A Registration application must be completed and submitted to the Academy office with the registration fee. The registration fee is not refundable unless the Academy is unable to accept the applicant for enrollment.
The student’s academic and deportment records from the last school attended should be submitted to the OCA office before admission. The most recent standardized test results should be submitted for any student entering grades 2-12, or they may be required to take an admissions test.
Students must be living under the authority and in the residence of a parent or legal guardian even if they are over 18 years of age.
Proof of legal guardianship, regardless of age, shall be available upon request for all students.
An interview between the prospective student and the administration will be held before the student is accepted for admittance.
An interview with at least one parent will be held with the administration before students are enrolled. Students in sixth grade and above must be present during the parent interview.
Parents must read and be familiar with the handbook, support the school’s Statement of Faith, and sign the OCA Family Covenant as written, expressing their support of the school’s program.
Parents of students in 1st through 5th grade must discuss the handbook with their child(ren) and sign the Family Covenant for the child(ren).
Students in grades 6 through 12 should be familiar with the handbook before signing the OCA Family Covenant. Students should cooperate and agree with the purpose and program of the school.
Oconee Christian Academy admits and welcomes students of any race, color, national origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.