TCS makes no distinction in the admission of students based on race, gender, nationality, or ethnic origin. As a private, Christian institution, admission to the school is a privilege rather than a right. This privilege may be forfeited should a student fail to meet his responsibilities. It is vital that each student and his family are fully supportive of the goals of the school.
The first step in the admissions process is to schedule a campus tour through the admissions office. Interested families will then complete an online application. After receiving the application, TCS will request and review the student’s academic and discipline records from their previous school(s). The admissions office will schedule a meeting for the parents with the principal. Students in grades 6-12 are required to attend the meeting with their parents. During the meeting, the prospective student’s needs will be assessed, and the parents and student will have an opportunity to ask questions about TCS, its policies, and its procedures. If a decision is made that TCS is the best school setting for the child and family, the family will begin the enrollment process.