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Steps to Admission
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Step One: Submitting an Application

The first step in the admission process is to submit a completed Family Application to the school office with the registration fee.

The birth certificate of each preschooler or kindergartener must be presented at the time of application.  Health records and dates of immunizations must be submitted to the office.

Applicants for grades 1 - 12 must submit copies of report cards from the current and previous year. Applicants should also be prepared to share copies of their most recent achievement test scores.

Students applying for admission into grades 7 - 12 must also complete a Student Application.

Step Two: Interview

Once the application forms are submitted, at least one parent of the prospective student must schedule a time to meet with a member of the school's administration. All applicants for grades 7 - 12 must be present with their parent. The purpose of this meeting is to better acquaint the applicant with the school and the administration with the prospective family.

Step Three: Testing

All those applying for entry into grades 1 - 12 must take an entrance test. The purpose of the testing is to allow the administration to compare the achievement of the prospective student to those currently enrolled. The testing fee is $50 per student.
 
Step Four: Approval

After all forms have been submitted and testing is complete, a school representative will contact the family to inform them of the school's decision to accept or deny admission.

Note: CBS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. CBS does retain the right to deny admission to married students and any student who has engaged in alcohol, tobacco, or other drug use.