Join our Community of Believers
The Admissions Process at San Jose Christian helps us get to know your family and determine the best way to support your child. If you completed a visit and you are ready to join the San Jose Christian community, please click on the “Apply Today” button below. Once we have received your Online Application, our Admissions Team will contact you to review the materials and move the process forward.
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apply by January 31, 2023 and waive enrollment fees
Our Admissions Process is collaborative, requiring active involvement of both school and family throughout. Thank you for taking the following steps with us. We are here to help if you have any questions or need assistance.
Learn more about San Jose Christian by visiting our school. Tours are available by appointment and can be scheduled throughout the year. Twice a year, we offer an Admissions Showcase event, where families can tour our campus outside of a school day and meet members of our team. We also offer a K Cafe event, specifically for incoming Kindergarten students and their families.
Tell us more about your child and your family by submitting an Online Application using our Admissions Portal. There is a $150 fee for the first student and a $25 fee per student thereafter.
Once we receive your application, we will contact you to schedule an Academic Assessment. Assessments are required for all students entering grades JK-8 and require a $100 fee for administration.
Once we have received and reviewed your Application, we will take the next steps to determine the placement that is right for your child and your family. Your child will be invited to attend a Shadow Day (JK-8) or a Drop-in (PS), and then the Head of School will invite your family to an interview. Together, school and family will discuss and consider continuing a partnership in your child’s education.
Upon receiving an acceptance notification, families are ready to enroll! At this time, you will complete all enrollment forms with the annual enrollment fee of $250 per student.