ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES - 2012-13 Tuition & Fees
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL HANDBOOK
1. Obtain a student enrollment packet from the school office.
2. Read all material and sign where needed.
3. Submit the application, statement of cooperation, standard of
conduct form and registration fee to the school office. (Should
a student not be accepted by the school the registration fee will
4. Submit an official transcript from the school in which the student
is presently enrolled.
5. Schedule an interview with the administration and/or admissions
committee. The student and at least one parent/guardian must be
6. Take entrance/placement test. (If deemed necessary by the administration)
7. Parents will then be notified by the administration if the student
is accepted or not.
8. Transfer students in grades 10-12 will be required to meet the
following criteria to be considered for enrollment:
- Must have maintained a "C" average with no failing grades
at the previous school for the most recent semester.
- Must submit two letters of reference: one from the family pastor
and one from an official from the previous school such as principal,
counselor or teacher.
All transfer students must be in good standing (academically
and otherwise) with the school from which they transfer.
9. When home school students transfer into MCCA there are certain
requirements that must have been followed.
a. -The student must have been enrolled in a home school governing
body that was in charge of curriculum or was taking an approved
home school curriculum from an agency that offers home school materials.
b. We will not take a 9th-12th grade home school student that has
been home schooled on a free lance system with no accountability.
10. Students presently attending MCCA will be given re-enrollment
preference until March 31 of each year.
11. New students will be provided the opportunity to register for
enrollment in MCCA beginning on the first business day of April
12. Student admissions are conditional. All new students
are admitted on probation for the first six weeks. If a student
fails to make progress adjusting to our program parents should find
a school better suited for him/her.