We currently have openings in 3rd, 4th, 6th and 8th grades. All other classes are full for 2020.21 school year and you will be on a waiting list if you apply for admissions.

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Minimum Admission Standards

At least one parent who has legal, daily responsibility for the child must meet the following minimum admission standards:

  • Must trust Jesus as Savior and have a close, consistent walk with Him.
  • Regular attendance, tithing and service of parents and children in a local church body with convictions consistent with our beliefs (see pg 2)
  • Agreement and support of our beliefs (see pg 2)
  • Agreement and support of our stated philosophy of education, mission and goals (see philosophy statement)
  • Ongoing, active involvement in parent conferences, meetings and school activities
  • Agreement to work with the school to provide the best possible Christian education for the child

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Application Procedure

  • Submit an online application.
  • Once we received your online application we will contact you to setup and interview and/or assessment for proper grade placement.
  • Students meeting admission requirements are considered for enrollment on the following priority structure (Principal/Elders retain the right to make final admission decisions).
    • returning students
    • siblings of currently-enrolled students
    • Good Shepherd Church members (length of attendance, tithing and service at Good Shepherd Church will be given priority)
    • Christian families attending other churches
    • All things being equal, applicants will be selected by lottery
  • An interview is part of the application process. Although we generally use the above-mentioned criteria, families may not be admitted due to several factors. The existing classroom composition and limited resources influence admittance decisions. All junior high students must sign an admission agreement to receive admittance into Good Shepherd School. New applicants at the junior high level will be accepted on a probationary status only. Other grade-level students may be accepted on a probationary status as well. The school strives to maintain a balanced class population.
  • When a class becomes full, a waiting list is established (up to five per grade)

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Tuition payments and penalties

  • All Tuition is paid through automatic monthly withdrawals (ACH) on the 2nd of each month unless paid in full before the school year begins.
  • Tuition payments may be made on a monthly payment plan up to twelve-months beginning July 2nd as long as the final payment is made by June 2nd.
  • There will be a $5 service fee for any returned payment.
  • Students will not be admitted for a new school year until all past school tuition and fees have been paid.

Good Shepherd School admits students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students and does not discriminate on the basis of race in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies and other school-administered programs.

Withdrawal Policy

  • If a student is withdrawn before the school year begins, the July payment will be forfeited. The August tuition will also be forfeited if the spot is not filled within 30 days.
  • If a student is withdrawn before the end of any given month, tuition for the entire month will be forfeited. If tuition has been paid ahead, there may be a refund minus the tuition for the current month.
  • No books/fees will be refunded unless the spot is filled within 30 days.

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