Steps in the Admission Process:
||Submit all of the forms included in the admissions packet with the applicable applications fee for each student applying. Please see the Tuition and Fee Schedule included in this packet for the amount of the application fee. Note: Click here for the Pre-K program admissions packet.
||When the application file is complete the school office will contact you to schedule an interview.
||An interview will be conducted with both the student and parents and students may be tested before placement.
||Following notification of acceptance, please submit the registration fee and completed enrollment forms within 10 days of acceptance.
Note: All Application documents are in PDF format.
Application Procedures Checklist: Use the following checklist as a personal reference. The admission process cannot proceed until these materials are received. Prior to your interview, the following must be submitted for each student seeking admission:
- Copy of last two semester's report cards (grades 1-12)
- Copy of birth certificate (kindergarten only)
- Financial Aid Application (if applicable)
An application for financial aid is available upon request. If applying for financial aid, the application is to be submitted along with the other forms necessary to begin the application process.
General Admission Standards: Horizon Christian School seeks students who will enjoy and benefit from an environment that focuses on a high academic standard and where spiritual growth is encouraged. Horizon admits students who exhibit values and goals consistent with our mission and vision: to educate students for the glory of God, to demonstrate spiritual and academic excellence, to model the Christian life, and to enrich the community we serve. Students seeking admission are evaluated on the basis of their report cards, references, admission questionnaires, interviews, and potential to perform satisfactorily at Horizon Christian School.
Kindergarten students must be five years of age on or before September 1. All students entering kindergarten will be interviewed and evaluated to ascertain their readiness for the kindergarten program.
Students entering first grade must be six years of age on or before September 1 or have successfully completed a year of kindergarten and must be able to satisfactorily test within a year of grade level or above in math and verbal (reading / language arts) skills.
Students entering grades 2-12 must provide copies of recent standardized test scores and/or a current report card with their application. Academic testing may be required following the interview. Admission is dependent upon evidence that the student’s most recent schooling experience has been successful both academically and behaviorally.
Upon enrollment, each student must have on file a Certificate of Immunization Status as required by the Oregon Department of Health.