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Step 1

Schedule a Tour of our campus and complete an Application

Someone from our Admission's Team will set up a tour where we will walk through our campus; we will discuss what we offer and answer any questions you may have. You will also get to meet your child's principal, and secondary students will meet the college advisor.  At the end of the tour, you will have the option to complete an Application and start the Enrollment Process.

Step 2

Schedule Student Evaluation, and submit required documents from the Parent Checklist.

Once the application is received, we will wset up an evaluation. At that point, we can communicate to you what documents have been submitted and what is still needed. Once everything has been received, we will set up a New Parent/Student  Interview.

Step 3

Schedule a New Parent Interview.

During the New Parent/Student Interview we will complete forms, financial agreements, and Auto-Pay Tuition with our Director of Operations & Development. From there, you will meet with your child's principal to discuss Parent/Student Handbook, Dress Code, Discipline, and the Student Pledge. Secondary students will meet with our College Advisor to set up a schedule and graduation plan best suited for your child. 




New inquiring students, as well as current students, are expected to maintain a higher standard of personal and moral character than most students. Upon completion of testing and administration fees received, both student(s) and parent(s) are required to adhere to Sunnybrook's policies which is bounded

by signatures of both student(s) and parent(s), or legal guardian.

First through Fourth grade students must be reading no more than two years below grade level, and must demonstrate proficiency in Mathematics. Fourth grade students are also required to provide

a writing sample which reflects essential writing strategies.

Fifth through Twelfth grade students must be reading no more than one year below grade level and must demonstrate proficiency in Mathematics and Writing skills.

Non-Discrimination Statement

Sunnybrook Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Sunnybrook Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin

in administration, or its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship

and loan programs, athletic, or other school-administrated program.

Philosophy of Admissions

Sunnybrook Christian Academy is a non-denominational school educating First through Twelfth grade students. Sunnybrook Christian Academy offers a Christ-centered quality education in an effort to transform lives. Our goal is to reach as many multicultural families as possible in an effort to evangelize all who come

to our school as non-believers and to strengthen the believer.



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