Admissions Process for Grades 7-12
Step One: Come and Visit Us!
You are welcome to come and visit us any time, just call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Step Two: Complete an Admission Application
By completing an admission application, you will officially be added to our admissions list for the coming school year. You will then be notified and offered the opportunity to be tested when openings become available. A registration fee of $160 will be due at the time of testing. You may download the application for grades K-12 HERE.
Step Three: Admissions Testing
All prospective students are tested academically. At the time of testing, we ask that parents supply copies of previous report cards and standardized test results. Testing will be conducted at the Grammar School and will take between one and three hours, depending on the grade and ability level of the student. A testing fee of $100 is required at the time of testing.
Step Four: Parent and Student Interview
An interview will be scheduled between the administrator and both parents. The interview will take place at the school and will take up to one hour. Upper School students should plan to attend the interview with their parents.
Step Five: Notification
Within a few weeks of the parent interview, you will receive written notification of our decision.
Step Six: Enrollment Paperwork
If a student is accepted, enrollment paperwork will be mailed along with the acceptance letter. Once we receive this completed enrollment paperwork, your student will officially be enrolled in NCCS.
Final Admission Criteria:
- Admissions test results
- Parent interview and willingness to sign the “Statement of Faith”
- Previous school performance
Priority for Admission of a New Student:
- Siblings of currently enrolled students
- Children of NCCS staff
- Members of New Covenant Presbyterian Church
Parents are welcome to visit the school, see the classroom and facilities, and observe a class in progress. If you would like to schedule a visit, please call our Office Manager, Kathy Heeter at 443-250-8772 or e-mail at Kathy.Heeter@ncpres.org.