Welcome to Flushing Christian School!
Our goal is to adequately meet the needs of every student who attends FCS. We invite each new family to meet with Chantal Nelson, Head of School, for an education-success consultation. We request that both parents be present for this meeting. During your consultation, we will discuss your student’s academic strengths and challenges, likes and dislikes and prior school experience, if applicable. We believe that meeting with each family personally will result in the best possible experience for your child.
Each new family will hold an educational consultation with the Head of School. We request the presence of both parents, if at all possible. Our goal during this meeting is to determine if Flushing Christian School is the best placement for your student. Once accepted, we want FCS to be your child’s school until their full course is complete.
You will receive a link to an online application following the consultation. Here, you can submit all documentation, apply for financial aid, and set up tuition payments.
Admissions testing is required before acceptance.
Grade placement of new students rests with the administration. Admissions decisions will be based on the applicant’s meeting admission standards. Acceptance of applicants will be communicated by written notice to the parents as soon as grade placement and admission is determined.
If you would like to enroll your child, please call the school office to schedule an entrance exam. The exam will determine your child’s current grade level in reading and math. Students entering grades 2-7 will produce a short essay to demonstrate their writing ability. Students applying for kindergarten will be participate in a developmental readiness assessment.
To inform the teacher of the child’s educational requirements.
To assure placement in the grade for which the student is qualified.
To enable the school to maintain high standards.
To avoid the enrollment of students having special needs which the school is unable to adequately address.
Acceptance of applicant will be by written notice to the parents as soon as the Administrator has reviewed the application.
Kindergarten students must be five years old on or before December 31st.
First graders should have completed an approved kindergarten program and must be six years old on or before December 31st.
Parents should present the child’s birth certificate on testing day. (Certificate and immunization records must be presented before the student can be admitted to class.)
The most recent report card showing grade placement, grades, and conduct is required before acceptance.
Applications cannot be processed until the school receives the completed enrollment application form, together with the full registration fee.
Registration fee is non-refundable
Small class size, individualized attention and differentiated instruction are usually adequate to meet the needs of our students; however, occasionally a student requires more assistance. Special Education Itinerant Teacher Services are available for students who require an IESP.