Logos School is currently accepting applications for each class.
Logos School uses an admissions procedure that resembles the application process used in many other private schools and colleges. That is, we aren’t as concerned with the date by which families apply, as much as we seek to enroll students from families who have clearly expressed convictions that are similar to the school’s regarding the education of children.
This is because the selection and make-up of the school’s student body is second only to staff selection in the impact it has upon the school’s mission. The family-like atmosphere Logos School seeks to foster and currently enjoys is due in great measure to the similarity of biblical convictions and principles taught and lived out in many of the homes of our students. As the Lord blesses us with growth and change, we want to do all we can to maintain and build up that atmosphere.
The basic process for new applicants is as follows:
First day of school: Applications for the following year’s preschool classes are accepted.
All year long: Applications may be submitted. Date of application will be recorded, but will not necessarily be a consideration in acceptance.
January 1 – 31: Re-enrollment of current families for the coming year. (New students from current families require a separate application.)
February 1: Interviews, school visits, and requisite documentation related to each new applicant will be evaluated. This includes any applicable
placement testing. Notification of acceptance or denial will be mailed to each applicant as soon as all interviews are completed for a particular grade. Accepted applicants will receive all appropriate information for preparing for school including financial arrangements. If there is no space, the student’s name will be placed on a waiting list for that grade.
A student’s prior academic achievements will certainly be considered in the application process, but only for grade placement, not as the primary determinant for acceptance. Again, we are seeking to enroll those students who, because of their family’s educational, behavioral, and spiritual priorities, will most benefit from what Logos School can offer them.