Admission Requirements

Parents are responsible to become familiar with the rules. regulations, and policies of the school before seeking admission for their child. This school has been established for the youth of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church. However, membership in the church is not a requirement for admission. Students who come from a non-SDA background regardless of race, color, or creed, may be accepted if space is available, and if they pledge to respect the standards of the SDA church while enrolled in the school. This school is not equipped, nor is its faculty trained to handle students with sever learning or behavior problems, and will not knowingly accept such students.

Admission is based on the following criteria:

1.)   Any child applying for admission to Kindergarten must be at least five years of age by September 15. A birth certificate should be presented at the time of registration.

2.)   The state of Minnesota requires that children be immunized against measles, mumps and rubella before they are permitted to enter school or attend the seventh grade. A physician signed immunization certificate must be presented before entrance is allowed.

3.)   A medical report from a physician must be submitted by all new student applicants. Any special conditions existing which would exclude a student from normal school activities should be stated.

4.)   Cumulative records for each new student, transferring from another school, are required.

5.)   All new students / parents must complete all registration materials and meet with the Executive Committee prior to their names being submitted to the school board for a vote.

6.)   All new students are accepted on a thirty-day probationary basis.

7.)   Final action on all applications for admission will be taken by the school board.

8.)   No child will be accepted as a student in this school unless his / her account of the previous school year is paid in full at the time of registration, or a satisfactory arrangement has been made with the finance committee.