admissions

Crosspointe Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national, or 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 or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, and athletic or other school-administered programs.

Admissions Process

To begin the enrollment process of your child, please complete the following steps:
Interview & Tour

Face-to-face Interview

The first step in the admissions process is to schedule an interview with our School Administrator, Brent Floyd. Included in this interview will be a tour of the school, in which you will be able to explore the facilities, meet teachers and students, and have any of your questions about Crosspointe Christian answered in person.
handbook

Read Student/Parent Handbook

The next stop of the process is for both the parent and the prospective student to read the school's handbook. Upon completion, parents must sign an agreement to abide by the guidelines laid out in the student handbook.
Entrance Testing

Entrance Testing

Students applying for enrollment at Crosspointe Christian Academy must complete an entrance exam which tests the student's general abilities in math, language arts, and reading.

Enrollment Application

Fill Out an Application

Next, an application for enrollment form must be filled out and returned to the school office. This application will be supplied to the parent of the student at the interview. Along with this form, a Registration Fee of $125 must be paid, $40 of which will be retained for testing if the student is not enrolled.
Supply Academic Records

Supply Academic Records

Applicants enrolling in first through ninth grade must provide the previous school year’s report card upon completing the application.


Applicants enrolling in tenth through twelfth grade must provide transcripts from the student’s previous educational institution.


Applicants must provide a copy of their birth certificate and current immunization records.


Applicants must have the recommendation forms received at the time of the interview completed upon application.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are you accredited?
Yes. We are accredited by the American Association of Christian Schools, a national Christian school association recognized by the state of Indiana. The AACS also operates a legislative office in Washington D.C. (www.aacs.org)
Are your teachers degreed and certified?
Do you have a lunch program?
Do you have an after-care program?
Do you have a 3-day a week option for K3?
What is your cut-off date for K3, K4, and K5?
What are your class sizes and student-to-teacher ratio?
Do you accept vouchers?
What are your school hours?
Do you take standardized tests?
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