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Elementary School Families
Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 6

If enrollment is limited, first priority for admission will be given to children of existing CCS Association members, provided that the parents remain in agreement with the Statement of Faith and have met their financial obligations to the school from any previous years.

Children whose parents are not Association members, or who are part of families new to CCS, will be granted admission provided that their parents are in agreement with the Statement of Faith, all CCS policies, and the Bylaws.

Secondary School Families
Grades 7 - 12

"Christian" is essential to our school's identity. The highest admission priority for secondary students is given to Christian children of Association members. A child's faith in Christ as Lord and Savior is demonstrated, for admission purposes, by a profession of faith before the Enrollment Committee. A child's personal profession of faith must be in agreement with the school's Statement of Faith.

Crosspoint also considers students for admission to secondary school if the parents are not Association members. In that case, the child and one or both parents must be professing Christians as evidenced by confession of faith in Christ as Lord and Savior before the Enrollment Committee. Parents must also be in agreement with the CCS statement of faith as well as all CCS policies and bylaws.

Children whose parents cannot confess to faith in Christ before the Enrollment Committee can be admitted if those children have a responsible Christian sponsor. In such cases, the child must be a professing Christian as evidenced, by a confession of faith in Christ as Lord and Savior, before the Enrollment Committee. Those students must also be in agreement with the school's Statement of Faith.

Students who have attended CCS elementary but have never accepted Christ as Lord and Savior will be considered for admission to the secondary level providing the student is in good standing academically and behaviorally. The student and his or her parents must be in agreement with the school's Statement of Faith listed below. The parents must also have demonstrated support for the policies and programs of CCS.

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