Documents needed for application:
- Grades 1 & higher
- A teacher's recommendation form is required before an admission interview can take place.
Documents needed upon enrollment:
- Children in PreK & K:
Immunization & Medical Records Form
Grades 1 & higher:
Teacher Recommendation Form (This form must be received before an admission interview)
Request for Records Form
Immunization & Medical Records form
Most recent report card. If your child has been homeschooled, please provide a list of curriculum used in each subject and the number of hours devoted to each subject. Child's most recent standardized test scores (if applicable)
After submitting your online application through TADS, you will be contacted by a staff member to schedule an observation for your child. The observation considers your child's developmental level and makes comparisons to the developmental age of other children in his/her age range. It is a tool used to ensure that RHCA will meet your child's developmental and educational needs.
After the student observation is completed, you will be contacted to schedule a family interview with the Principal-Head of School. Before the interview, parents are encouraged to read Shaping Hearts and Minds. The purpose of the parent interview is to ensure that RHCA is capable of delivering the education you desire for your child and that you, as parents, are aware of the expectations you will have in your child's spiritual, mental, and physical lives as members of the Academy. In short, we want to ensure we are all on the same page as we begin this educational endeavor as partners!
We require that both parents be present for the interview (including divorced families). If this presents a problem, the family can discuss alternative arrangements with the Principal when scheduling the interview.
Notice of Nondiscrimination Policy:
River Hills Christian Academy admits students and employees/staff of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origins in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.