In Proverbs 22:6 the Bible states: “Train up a child in the way he should go…” In obedience to the Lord, Salem County Christian Academy exists in order to assist parents in fulfilling this charge.
You are invited to come and have a tour of our facility, meet our administrator, and observe a class in progress. If you believe this may be the school for your child, you should fill out an application and then have an interview with our administrator.
Our students and parents will tell you that we are more like a large family than just a school community, yet we are very willing to welcome new members into the family. Please prayerfully consider the possibility of joining us as we work together to train children to bring glory to God.
Thank you for your interest in Salem County Christian Academy. We appreciate the opportunity to introduce you to our academically challenging, Christ-centered school, where we are educating the Christian Leaders of tomorrow.
Admission is open to students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin who are looking for a Christian environment with an emphasis on teaching Biblical principles and truths along with strong academics.
Bring student’s most current report card or transcript.
Be sure student(s) is/are in attendance with you – we want to meet them too!
Be sure that the Family application, Parent’s Affirmation of Faith, and Student Questionnaire are all complete and presented with the application.
Bring your questions with you! We love talking about our school!
An interview is required for all new and returning students
A placement test may be required for students if recent test scores are not available
A $250 registration fee will be charged at the time of application.
A parent or guardian must sign the Parent Agreement and Parent Affirmation of Faith.
Students in grades 6-12 are required to complete the Student questionnaire.
All required medical records are essential before enrollment is complete
Make payment arrangements with the Academy Finance Manager.
Pray for the Lord’s guidance in selecting a school for your family.