Admission Requirements

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Admission requirements include the following:

  1. At least one custodial parent is a Christian who has had a life-changing salvation experience based on personal faith in the work of Christ on the cross.
  2. At least one parent with who the child lives and the incoming student must be in regular weekly (3 – 4 times per month) church attendance at a local Bible-believing evangelical Christian church. Our partnership with both the home and the church is such a priority that failure to be in regular church attendance puts the student in a position to be dismissed from the school. Independent attestation of church attendance is required upon enrollment.
  3. Parents must sign the “Parent’s Pledge of Acceptance and Cooperation” found in the family application.
  4. Students will submit with their application any standardized test scores taken within the past three years (such as ITBS, CAT, Terra Nova, and/or Stanford) and three years of report cards. K – 12th grade students will be tested for admission and placement. The results will be evaluated by the principal (or a teacher appointed by the principal).
  5. The Master’s Academy does not provide services to students whose educational, social and physical needs cannot be met by our existing programs, services, or staff.
  6. Students must demonstrate excellent conduct on recent and prior report cards and through teacher evaluation.
  7. Students should be of high moral character and obedient to biblical principles including, but not limited to, prohibitions against fornication, drug use, alcohol use, pornography, homosexuality, occultist practices and defiance of authority.
  8. TMA does not admit students who have been found guilty of a crime other than minor traffic violations.
  9. Students who are parents, expecting a child of their own, or are married may not be enrolled at TMA.
  10. Incoming students above grade three and one custodial parent of every child must sign a document annually agreeing to comply with all of the policies of TMA.
  11. Falsifying or misrepresenting information in the application or enrollment process is grounds for dismissal from TMA.
  12. Subject to the non-discrimination provision set forth at the beginning of this section, TMA reserves the right to decide, at its sole discretion, if an applicant is suited for admission to the school.
Last Updated: September 15, 2013