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Admissions Procedures

Interested families are asked to submit a completed application for consideration. Once you have gathered all of the following items, please drop off the application to the admissions office or mail it to the school:

  • $75 non-refundable application fee per K - 12th grade student (includes testing when appropriate)
  • $300 enrollment fee for K2, K3, and K4 applicants
  • Completed application, signed in all applicable places. This four-page application is where parents share their testimony, agree to our statement of faith, sign the parent financial agreement, pledge of acceptance, and promotional statement. Further information is provided about the student. The student also has a section to complete in the application.
  • Current report card and previous credits (from the past three years)
  • Standardized tests from the past three years. (Stanford Achievement Test, FSA, etc.)
  • Copy of birth certificate
  • Current evaluations and current I.E.P if applicable
  • Medical authorization form
  • Travel-dismissal form
  • Student evaluation form (give to current or recent teacher; they’ll mail directly to us)
  • Florida health forms 680 (immunization certificate) and 3040 (physical exam). Often times, these forms will simply come with your official school records when we request that information from your current school. However, if you have a student entering kindergarten or a Florida school for the first time, you will need to provide our school with the permanent immunization form and a current physical before the start of school.

Upon initial application review, prospective families will be contacted for testing and an interview when appropriate.

Upon acceptance by The Master’s Academy, enrollment is secured when a non-refundable enrollment fee is paid. When there is not space in a class, the student will be placed in an applicant pool and the Academy will select applicants when space becomes available.

For grade levels that have reached maximum capacity, qualified candidates will be placed in a “wait pool.”  The wait pool is an unranked list of candidates who have met all admission requirements of The Master’s Academy.  When and if an opening becomes available, the Admissions Committee will select the most appropriate candidate from the pool.  At the start of a new school year, candidates will be rolled over to a new pool and will be considered as openings occur during the year.

Admissions and placement are at the sole discretion of The Master’s Academy.