Thank you for your interest in Concordia Preparatory School.  We look forward to working with your family. 

Please click on the button below to begin the online application.  Applications received after December 18, 2020, will be considered if there is space in the grade to which the student is applying.

Please contact us at to learn about availability in specific grades.

2020-2021 Application: Apply to Concordia Prep

Important note:  All admission applicant files are now digitized,  and we request that you submit any required forms electronically via email or upload them in our enrollment management platform, if possible.  If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admission.


Concordia Prep School welcomes applications from students desiring a challenging academic program within a Christian environment. Each applicant is evaluated on the strength of academic achievement, readiness, test scores, sense of responsibility, and desire to succeed in a Christian atmosphere. Admission is open to all students despite race, color, national or ethnic origin, and disability who possess the motivation, ability, and character that would enable them to succeed in a rigorous academic environment.


For the 2021-22 Admission Process, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CPS Admissions process has been adjusted as we would like to maintain the safest environment for our students, faculty, staff, and any on-campus guests. Therefore, we cannot accommodate any Shadow Visit Days at this time. Instead, our plan is to share with you more about what it is like to be a Concordia Prep Saint academically, athletically, and spiritually through various ways virtually as well as personally through online interviews with the candidate and family members. 

Please contact us at to learn about availability in specific grades and the application process. 

Admissions Checklist:

  1. Application and $50 application fee
  2. Application – Apply to Concordia Prep
  3. Student & Parent Interview: Completed Interview w/ CPS Admissions Team.
  4. Students Transcript or Grades: 
    School Transcript or Report Cards for Current and Previous Year. Records Release Form
  5. Common Referral Forms:  Two (2) Common Referral Forms (teacher recommendations): download here
    •.  From English Teacher
    •.  From Math or Science Teacher
  6. Financial Aid (optional): Applications for financial aid for new students will not be accepted after December 18, 2020.
    Click here to apply

Admissions Steps: 

Step 1: APPLY 

Complete our online application, which requires the creation of an online account. There is a $50 application fee for each applicant. The deadline for applications is December 18, 2020.

Click here for instructions on how to apply online: Apply Online

Step 2: Schedule a Virtual Parent & Applicant Meeting 
An important and necessary component in the admissions process is the opportunity to meet with members of our Admissions Team. 

Once your child’s application has been completed and submitted, you will receive a confirmation email, which will provide instructions for arranging a virtual parent and applicant meeting through our online portal. If you have any questions, please call the Admissions Office at (410) 825-2323 ext. 240 or (443) 202-5938. 

Step 3: Submit Records Request for Transcript
Concordia Prep requires school records for all applicants grades 6-12. We need to receive grades reflecting the students’ current performance and the previous two years. 

For example, any student applying for the 9th grade, we need to receive the student’s final 6th and 7th-grade report card and the most up to date 8th-grade report card. 

Please complete the Release of Records Form and submit it to your child’s current school. This form authorizes the release of your child’s transcripts and standardized test results. This form must be signed by the parent/guardian and must be submitted to the applicant’s current school principal, guidance counselor, or registrar. School records must be emailed* or sent directly from your current school to Concordia Prep. Records are due to Concordia Prep School by January 8th.
*Email is preferred

Step 4: Common Referral Form
Concordia Prep requires school records and two (2) common referral forms from the student’s current school and academic teachers. We ask that one (1) form should be from the student’s English teacher and one (1) form from the student’s Math or Science teacher. 

Please complete the Parent Release Form and give it to your child’s current school office along with the Common Referral Form

This form is due by January 8th and must be emailed* or sent directly from the current school. 

(See AIMS Confidentiality Statement).
*Email is preferred.

Step 5: Apply for Aid or Scholarships (Optional)
Concordia Prep strives to provide financial assistance to qualifying families. In order to be eligible for financial aid consideration, please complete the Facts Grant and Aid Assessment (FACTS) online.

Concordia Prep School offers Merit and Co-Curricular Scholarships. To view the scholarship opportunities that a student can apply for, click here. 

*Admission Testing: We do not require, yet strongly recommend, completion of the ISEE test for Middle School students (grades 6-8) for admission to the school. Students applying for High School (grades 9 and 10) may take the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE), or the HSPT. Click here for information about dates, sites, and registration for the ISEE test.

Concordia Prep School welcomes all requests for reasonable accommodation under the ADA during the admissions process. The responsibility to inform Concordia Prep School as to the nature of a disability and request for accommodation lies with the parent or guardian.

After your student is accepted at Concordia Preparatory School, you will be sent a letter explaining the enrollment process and required financial requirements.