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Frequently Asked Questions

TK: 4 years old by September 1st

Kindergarten: 5 years old by September 1st

We give current Academy families the opportunity to apply early for admissions in January before we open up to the general public in February. However, each child must still go through the Admissions process for acceptance.
Yes, we do! Anyone is eligible to apply while completing the admissions process.  This can be found under the Admissions tab.  Follow the directions for financial aid.  
 No worries. Each application is unique and the timing depends on lots of pieces and people (see next question). 
Yes, an on-line application (website under Admissions) must be submitted, recommendations received, testing and shadow day completed, and admissions committee approval before an acceptance letter is sent. Once an acceptance letter is sent, online enrollment must be completed before the student is enrolled at the Academy.
  • TK: 10 students
  • K: 16 students
  • 1st-2nd: 18 students
  • 3rd-4th: 20 students
  • 5th-6th: 22 students
  • 7th-12th: 25 students
Yes. We have a full-time school nurse in the Grammar School and a part-time nurse in the Upper School.
We offer AP US History, AP Chemistry, and AP Psychology.  Additional AP courses will be added in the coming years.
Check out our Calendar for all school-related dates.
Yes, all students are required to wear uniforms. Details can be found on our New Family Information page.
No. Lunch is a separate charge. Sports fees and field trips are also an additional fee.
No. However, we do use the city school calendar as a resource and take it into consideration when planning our breaks.
No. Our headmaster will determine cancellation based on weather conditions. The decision is often made the night before, or very early on the morning of the cancellation. There are times when we are in school and public schools have closed for weather.
The Academy requires at least one parent be a born again Christian and that he or she regularly attends church with his or her child. We are a covenant school and this partnership between school, church, and home is one of our founding principles.
Whitesburg Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to enrolled students.