General Admissions Policy

Students will be admitted based on the availability of space, completion of the written entrance requirements, the receipt of three references, and a preliminary interview with the Head of School or his designee.  The student must have a minimum of a “C” average and have a clean discipline record.  Completion of these steps does not imply admission.  Newberry Community Christian School reserves the right to refuse admittance to any student.

Students who are admitted to NCCS will be expected to maintain a “C” average and observe the NCCS Code of Conduct.  Any student who fails to maintain a “C” average, or who, in the substantiated opinion of the Head of School and/or Board of Directors, has become disruptive to the educational process will be placed on probation and/or expelled.  It is the intent of Newberry Christian Community School to provide every student the opportunity to alter negative behavior and to fulfill his/her obligation to the school, to his/her parents, and to the Lord.  No student will be denied admission based on race, color, national or ethnic heritage.  Student may be denied admittance or have their registration cancelled if their religious background is or becomes, incompatible with the school’s stated doctrine or beliefs, or if the student refuses to participate in any of the school’s programs.

Newberry Christian Community School has limited programs to assist students who have been classified, or who during their enrollment at NCCS become classified as ESE students.  This includes students classified as emotionally handicapped, learning disabled, or gifted.  Each student situation fitting any of the criteria listed above must be discussed with the Head of School.  Individual tutoring is available for those students with additional needs, which would include McKay Scholarship students as well as other students who need additional services such a speech or occupational therapy.  NCCS will make every effort to offer these services on campus; however, we reserve the right to refer families to outside sources to meet their needs.

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