Admissions

KCS: AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR CHILD´S FUTURE

Our application process is easy as 1 – 2 – 3:

1. Submit an application for each child applying to the school.  We process applications beginning on March 1st for the upcoming school year. Complete applications must include the following:

Kindergarten

Grades 1-7

  • Completed Application Form
  • Application fee
  • Copy of birth certificate
  • Report cards from the last two years of schooling
  • Signed Partnership Agreement

Grades 8-12


2. Once the complete application is received by the school, a member of the Administration team will contact you to schedule a learning assessment. This assessment is simply a snapshot of where your child is at in a variety of areas as they enter KCS.

3. After a learning assessment has been completed, the school will contact you to set up a meeting with your family and KCS Administration.


To book a tour or receive more information about KCS, please contact the school office at:

250-832-5200 or  info@kingschristianschool.com


Some criteria we use in assessing capacities for enrolment

  • Class size & composition
  • Children of KCS Staff
  • Sibling of current KCS students
  • Staffing model – teaching and educational support staff
  • Student support needs
  • Facility & resource limitations
  • Families transferring from another Christian school
  • Families applying for all or some children

About the wait pool

A spot in the wait pool may be offered when a student/family has successfully completed the application process, but placement is not available in their specific grade. A student will remain in the wait pool for the applicable year, and the family will be contacted if a space becomes available.

All families still in the wait pool upon the next school year’s application intake may request to roll-over their applications for the next school year. After one application roll-over a new application will be required.


Resources


For the Love of Your Child – Is an informational video, produced by the Society of Christian Schools in British Columbia, which addresses questions such as “why Christian education?” and “how is a Christian school different?”.