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We at BACA are glad you have chosen to enroll your child(ren) in our school. We hope that you will find our enrollment process simple; however, if you have questions, comments or even a concern, please feel free to contact us. Our staff would be happy to provide you with the information that you need or direct your request to the appropriate individual that can help you.
 
BACA admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, athletics, and other school-administered programs.
 
ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES
 
1. Both parents, and/or legal guardian(s), and pupil(s) are required to:
…..a. Visit the school for an interview with the principal/family conference
…..b. Read the school manual thoroughly and agree to uphold all policies, procedures and standards
2. Parents are to:
…..a. Submit the registration form with the appropriate application fees
…..b. Release school records, including discipline reports
…..c. Submit pastor’s reference from the church currently attending
3. Parents will be notified of acceptance.
4. The enrollment committee will make a decision as BACA reserves the right to refuse admission without explanation.
5. Enrollment fees must be paid in full after acceptance. A spot will not be held without this non-refundable payment.
 
* NOTE: All students must have the required inoculations and vaccinations (shots). Official records to this effect must be received before the child enters school. A copy of the birth certificate and social security card should be included with these records. In instances where a student needs medical attention, the school will call the parent or family doctor (in that order). Also, all 6th grade students beginning with school year 08/09 may be required to have an extra inoculation. Parents should check with their child’s physician before starting 6th grade.
ADMISSIONS POLICY:
 
1. As a general rule, students above the sixth grade level will not be accepted if they do not want to come.
2. Potential students are assigned a number based upon the date of paid registration. If a class is full, the child(ren) are placed on a waiting list until space is available. Paid registration does not ensure
that the child(ren) will be accepted. It simply holds a place until a decision is made concerning acceptance.
3. After reviewing the records; if a question arises as to the student’s abilities or performance, it may be deemed in the best interest of the student to do one or more of the following:
…..a. Place the child in the previous grade rather than to accept as promoted
…..b. Recommend further testing in order to better understand the student’s abilities
…..c. Accept the student in the promoted grade under a special academic probation
…..d. Advise a school more suited with differing academic settings and/or Exceptional Education programs.
4. It is necessary to re-enroll each year and all admission policies apply. Therefore, students may be denied re-enrollment based on any number of concerns.
5. Junior High and High School age children must sign a behavior contract, therefore, submitting to the standards of conduct for BACA. They also agree to uphold the testimony of Christ due to the
importance of their example and influence upon younger students.
6. Usually, children are not admitted during the course of a year or after a term has started. Exceptions are only made through the school board.
7. Families are strongly encouraged to pray concerning leaving another school, especially when it concerns another Christian Academy. An attempt should be made to work out any problems before a change is made.
8. All children in the family are encouraged to be enrolled unless under special circumstances.
9. No child will be admitted who:
…..a. Has been adjudicated for, or confessed to, a violation (either felony or misdemeanor), or after having a petition filed, has been found guilty.
…..b. Has used illegal drugs.