New Applicants: To apply, please complete the form below
1. Submit the following to First Lutheran Classical School:
Completed enrollment application form
$50.00 non-refundable application fee (per student)
Copy of each student’s birth certificate
Copies of last two years’ report cards
Copies of any standardized test results
Record of coursework/curricula if homeschooled
Results of specialized tests/evaluations which impact school performance/behavior
2. Participate in a parent interview to be scheduled once all documents listed above are received. Students applying for grades seven and above are required to attend admissions interview also.
3. Students may be required to complete entrance testing to determine kindergarten readiness or grade placement.
4. You will receive written notification of admission status once all of the above steps have been completed.
5. Enrollment and book fees are due upon admission. Your admission letter will detail the exact amount of each fee as this is dependent on grade level.
6. The following must be submitted before a student is enrolled and able to attend classes:
All fees must be paid
A signed tuition payment commitment (if tuition is not paid in advanced)
A copy of each student’s immunization record/CIS exemption form
Completed 3-in-1 form (Field trip permission, Handbook pledge, and Health & Accident Release)
Student and at least one parent/guardian attend orientation as scheduled before the beginning of the school year or arrange a meeting with the principal in advance of orientation date (if enrolling after the start of school year this must occur before the student may attend class).
Policy of Non-Discrimination
First Lutheran Classical School does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, employment practices, admissions policies, scholarship programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs. FLCS reserves the right to admit students on the basis of academic performance, philosophical compatibility, and willingness to cooperate with and abide by school policies.