How To Apply to Norfolk Christian Schools

Step 1) Visit: Attend one of our Open Houses or schedule a personal tour of our campuses

Schedule shadow day with the Director of Enrollment (during the school year)

Step 2) *Submit for Initial Review: 

  •  $100 non-refundable application/testing fee
  •  Application- appropriate grade level for admission with a current email address
  •  Copy of accommodations or classroom support- if applicable 
  •  Copy of most current Educational testing – if applicable 

* Submit: to the Admissions Office or email to admissionsasst@norfolkchristian.org

Step 3) *Submit the following required documents: 

  •  Original Birth Certificate- we will record numbers for state forms and return 
  •  Pastoral Reference
  •  Parent’s Personal Testimony
  •  Copy of a physical, well check or sports physical
  •  Copy of current immunization record (may be faxed by a physician)
  •  Copy of any legal/custody documents regarding the applicant 

* Submit: to the Admissions Office or email to admissionsasst@norfolkchristian.org

 Step 4) What we will do: 

  •  The Admissions Coordinator will confirm receipt of documents by email & schedule admissions testing
  •  Request official records from applicant’s current school
  •  Schedule Family Interview when Steps 2 & 3 have been completed and the application file is complete

 Step 5) Final Communication:

  •  Following the parent interview and student testing, the Admissions Office will notify parents by email of the Admissions Committee’s decision. 
  •  Financial Aid decisions, when requested, are confidential and will be communicated by Norfolk Christian’s Financial Aid Manager.

If you have questions about the admissions process or would like to schedule a personal tour or shadow day (during the school year), please do not hesitate to contact Shanee’ McElveen, M.Ed., Director of Enrollment, at 757-423-5770.

 

Non-Discrimination Policy

Norfolk Christian Schools admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school- administered programs.