Returning Students: Please complete the form below

 
Oldest Student's Name *
Oldest Student's Name
Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Returning Sibling
Returning Sibling
Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Returning Sibling
Returning Sibling
Birthdate
Birthdate
Returning Sibling
Returning Sibling
Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Address
Address
Parent/Guardian with whom the student(s) resides
Parent/Guardian with whom the student(s) resides
Work phone
Work phone
Home/Cell Phone
Home/Cell Phone
Responsible for school related communication
Responsible for School Related decisions
Responsible for financial obligations
Work phone
Work phone
Home/Cell Phone
Home/Cell Phone
Responsible for school related communication
Responsible for School Related Decisions
Responsible for financial obligations
Address if different from student's
Address if different from student's
Other than those listed above

Re-enrollment Process

Submit the following to First Lutheran Classical School:

  1. Completed Re-enrollment application form

  2. $100.00 non-refundable enrollment fee per student (will be applied towards tuition)

  3. A signed tuition payment commitment (if tuition is not paid in advance)

The following must be submitted before a student is considered enrolled and able to attend classes:

  1. Book fees (amount dependent upon grade level)

  2. A copy of each student’s immunization record/CIS exemption form

  3. Completed 3-in-1 Form (Field Trip Permission, Handbook Pledge, and Health & Accident Release)

  4. 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.

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.