Admission Requirements


Arborbrook Christian Academy is a covenant school.  This means that admission is open only to students whose parents are believers and followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. Both parents will agree with and sign our Statement of Faith (included in the enrollment packet), or write and sign a personal testimony and statement of their Christian faith.


Step One:  Required Reading

  • Learn more about Arborbrook and our philosophy by reading through the informational materials on our website.
  • Obtain and read a copy of For the Children’s Sake, by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay.  This is required reading for all applicant parents.  Please read before the admissions interview.

Step Two:  Attend an Informational Meeting/Open House

  • Attend an Informational Meeting/Open House (held two times per year*), and obtain an application/enrollment packet.  All interested families must attend one of these meetings before submitting an application.  *Families contacting us after our last Open House of the year is held may schedule a meeting with the Admissions Counselor; we will meet individually with families at that time if spaces remain available.

Step Three: Complete and Return all Applicable Forms & Fees

  • Families may obtain an enrollment packet with all applicable forms and detailed instructions from the school office after attending an Open House/Info Meeting or meeting with the Admissions Counselor. Please note that enrollment forms are not available via mail or on our website.

Step Four: Take Placement Test

  • Once we receive your student’s application, our Admissions Counselor will contact you to schedule a placement test.  All students applying for grades 9-12 must take a placement test at Arborbrook.

Step Five:  Family Interview

  • Once we have received all of the required forms and information, and your student has taken our placement test, our Admissions Counselor will contact you.   If it appears that the student and family meet all of our preliminary requirements, an interview will be scheduled.  Parents and the student will come to the school for an admissions interview with the Admissions Counselor and one or more members of the Admissions Committee.