Application forms are to be filled out completely by a parent or guardian and turned into the administrative office with the registration fee, which is non-refundable.
An interview may be scheduled with prospective students for grades K4-12. The administrator will meet with the student and parent to get better acquainted, explain policies of CCA, and share information about procedures which would enable the school to best meet the needs of the student and family.
The student will complete the Brigance Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skill II. This is a test that shows grade level benchmarks for Reading, Math, Spelling, Writing, Vocabulary and more. Students who are no less than 1 grade level below in 2 subject areas will be considered for admission.
Once the admissions process is completed, the application information will be reviewed. The Administration office will promptly notify the parents/guardian regarding the admissions request.
Upon acceptance into the academy, applicants will need to furnish the following:
-Certified Copy of Birth Certificate,
-Copy of Social Security Card,
-Updated Immunization Certificate,
-Health Emergency Form,
-Complete Eye Exam (Not only a screening- those entering Preschool and again in Kindergarten)
-Parent/Student Agreement Form (Signed by all parents and students grades six and up),
-Field Trip Permission Form,
-Request for Student Records (If transferring from another school).
If applicable, results of psychological or other special testing are also required.
Students in grades six and up and their parents must sign a CCA Computer Policy. Students entering grade six must have proof of a current health physical and immunizations. Carter Christian Academy recruits and admits students of any race, color or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs and activities.
In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
CAPS Distributing Policy
CAPS items are a gift to CCA to be shared with CCA Staff, CCA Families and our local communities. 0n
the day of delivery the items will be placed in the IPAC to be inventoried. CAPS items will be stored in
the spare room of the IPAC. No items will be disgersed on deliveg day or until after they have been
inventoriedt Once the inventory is complete items will be distributed in the following order.
- CCA Staff has the first seven calendar days to select items and remove them from the IPAC.
- CCA Families will have the following seven calendar days to select items and remove them from
- Community members will be invited and have seven days to make selections from the remaining
- All perishable item will be place in the Blessing Boxes throughout Carter County.
- Non-perishable items will be kept in the spare room of the IPAC and every 90 days be removed and given to local charities and resource centers.
CCA Administration will send out an email and post on Facebook when items have been inventoried and ready to be selected. There will be no items held over the seven day period for each group. As mentioned above this is a gift to be shared and we ask that you only take the items that you can use. If you would liketo share with your church or friends please collect items during the community week.