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

ADMISSIONS STEP BY STEP BREAKDOWN

Step 1: APPLY in MyConcordia  – Deadline: Friday, December 16, 2022

2023-2024 Application: The 2023-2024 Application is now LIVE. 

To begin the formal admissions process, create an online account and submit the online application. From there, you will have access to our Admissions Checklist. Remember to save your login details so you may return to the portal and track which components have been received, as well as check your progress. 

Step 2: Schedule a Visit

We encourage all families to visit the school (“SAINT for a Day” visit, personal tour, open house, family forum) prior to applying. We have planned a variety of options to facilitate your learning and application to Concordia Prep School for fall 2023 Please visit our Admissions Events page for further registration details.

Step 3: Submit Records Request for Transcript – Due January 6, 2023

The Release of Records Form can be found on our website or in the Admissions Checklist in My Concordia. A parent will need to download, print, sign, and submit the form to your child’s school counselor or principal at their current school. Your child’s school should return the form, official transcripts/school records, conduct record, and attendance record to our Admissions Office. We need to receive grades reflecting the students’ current performance and the previous two years. For example, for 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 (Q1 or Q2 report card).

We recommend documents are emailed. Records are due to Concordia Prep School by Friday, January 6, 2023.

Step 4: Common Referral Forms – Due January 6, 2023

These forms can be found here and on the Admissions Checklist in MyConcordia. Records are due to Concordia Prep School by January 6, 2023.

Concordia Prep requires two (2) common referral forms from the student’s current school academic teachers. We ask that one (1) form be from the student’s English teacher and one (1) from the student’s Math or Science teacher. More than two (2) referral forms are welcome to be submitted. We ask that you do not complete these forms before November 15th and return to the school to which the candidate is applying by January 6. 

 (See AIMS Confidentiality Statement).

Step 5: Admissions Interview – 

An important and necessary component in the admissions process is the opportunity for the prospective student and family to meet with members of our Admissions Team. Once your family has completed the application and submitted records and common referrals, our Admissions Team will set up your admissions interview. Interviews will begin in January 2023.  

Step 6: Apply for Tuition Assistance or Scholarships (Optional) – 

Concordia Prep strives to provide financial assistance to qualifying families. In order to be eligible for financial aid consideration, families must complete a financial aid application. The Financial Aid Application will become available in October, 2022.

 Concordia Prep School also offers Merit and Co-Curricular Scholarships. Visit our Financial Aid page to learn more

Step 7: HSPT or ISEE Testing (Optional) – 

*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.

Example Checklist Screen in a MyConcordia Account

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POLICY: 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.