- Complete an “Application for Admission” and include a copy of the following:
- Birth Certificate
- Most recent report card
- Most recent standardized testing result
- Enclose check for $50 application fee per student
- Submit “Applying Student Profile” to the student’s present school
- You Will Be Notified Of Acceptance And Final Registration Procedures
- Medical Records Must Be Up To Date And On File In The School Office Before The Student May Attend School.
Applications cannot be processed until the completed “application for admission” form, full application fee, birth certificate, most recent report card and most recent standardized testing is received by the school.
- Kindergarten: 5 years old by September 1 of entering year
- Grade1: 6 years old by September 1 of entering year
Lighthouse christian school reserves the right to deny admission/readmission to students for the following reasons:
- The school cannot meet the child’s educational needs
- Prior academic and/or discipline records are below standard
- Outstanding financial obligation with the school or another school
Lighthouse Christian School accepts the McKay, Florida Tax Credit (Step Up) and the Gardiner Scholarships. Families of students who are awarded these scholarships need to complete the on-line application and submit all required documentation requested. In addition, the most recent IEP or Psychological Educational Battery may be required. The Child Study Team will evaluate the application and reach a final decision regarding the student’s acceptance/non-acceptance based on the school’s ability to meet the child’s academic, emotional and/or social needs. LCS reserves the right to limit the number of McKay/Gardiner students in each classroom based on the existing chemistry of the group.
Students may be required to participate in the Navigator Resource Room program as a stipulation for acceptance. Enrollment in this program is limited and requires an additional tuition stipend.
Families must meet all deadlines set forth by McKay, Step-Up or Gardiner to ensure that payments are received on time. Families are responsible for any remaining tuition and fees once the scholarship has been applied to the yearly tuition.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA, 2004) specifies that no individual private school child with a disability has a right to receive some or all of the special education and related services the child would receive if enrolled in a public school. Therefore, LCS will use the IEP as a consultation tool. LCS is not required to implement the IEP plan provided by the parent or any school system.