Thank you for your interest in applying to Dayspring Christian Academy! This guide will help you in the application process, but if you have questions, please contact Karol Hasting, Admissions Director, at 717-285-2000 or email@example.com.
Start by completing and submit your child’s application. In addition to your application, Dayspring requires a recommendation from your church. The Admissions Office will contact your pastoral staff with the church information you provide in your application.
If an IEP or GIEP has been written for your child, please submit a copy of it to Dayspring, as well as any specialized testing results. You can submit these materials in the following ways:
When Dayspring receives all documents, forms, and fees, we will contact you to schedule an interview and new student intake testing. The interview will be conducted in person at Dayspring Christian Academy with both parents. Upper School students (grades 6-12) are required to attend; Lower School students are invited but not required to attend.
The Admissions Office will also contact you to schedule testing as follows. Children entering…
After all admissions requirements have been met, the Dayspring Admissions Director will notify parents that the student has been accepted into the student body at Dayspring.
After acceptance, Dayspring requires the following to finalize the enrollment process:
Enrollment is completed when you sign the contract and return it to Dayspring.
In August, students entering all grades will receive a letter from their homeroom teacher. You will also start receiving The Beacon through your email, which includes important dates about orientation, supply lists, Welcome Back night, and the first days of school.
January 1 – May 31
|Next school year will be upon us before you know it, so consider joining the Dayspring family now! Space is limited, so apply early.
Special Consideration Applications
June 1 – August 20
|It’s not too late to join the Dayspring family this coming school year!
During the School Year
|Enrollment for mid-year transfers is considered on a per-application basis
Dayspring Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.