New Student Enrollment Process
- Review the Admissions Packet
- Campus/Classroom Tour and Observation (Optional)
- Mail or bring the Registration Form and Fee to the School Office along with the following:
- Birth Certificate
- Immunization Record
- Health Inventory
- Parent Cooperation Agreement
- Emergency Form
- Student Agreement (4th-12th grade)
- Secondary Church Information (7th-12th)
- Recent Report Cards (1st-12th grade)
- Recent Standardized Test Results (1st-12th grade)
- Family Interview Information Form
- New Student Questionnaire (3rd-12th grade)
- Teacher Reference Form (5th-12th grade)
- Schedule an Administrator/Parent/Student Interview
- Schedule and Take Academic Assessment Test (If required for 1st-12th grade)
- Administration Approval
The next step toward enrollment after mailing or bringing the Enrolmment Forms and Fee to the School Office is an interview with the Administrator. Enrollment procedures will be carefully reviewed for you and plenty of opportunity will be given for your questions. Due to the number seeking enrollment, we greatly encourage new families to interview and take academic assessment tests during restricted enrollment. Acceptance is contingent upon an opening, completion of the above steps, and administration approval.
As part of the enrollment process, a request will be made for a complete academic transcript and immunization records to be sent to us by the previous school. In some circumstances a review of the academic record may indicate unsuitability. If at any point we do not believe we can adequately meet your child’s educational needs, acceptance may be withdrawn. In that event, your registration fee will be refunded.
Academic Assessment Testing
After a review of all academic records, the administration may request an assessment test be taken for new students entering grades 1st through 12th. Results of the testing will be available within 48 hours.
Enrollment for all grades will begin February 1st. At that time we will begin processing all applications. However, should classroom space be limited, preference will be given to returning students. Starting March 1st all remaining positions will be filled on a first-come basis. GBS encourages families to apply early to ensure securing your place for next year.
In the event a class reaches its maximum capacity, applicants will be placed on a waiting list after payment of the registration fee. We will notify you immediately should a position become available.
Total annual tuition is divided into 10 monthly payments and is due on the first day of each month from August through May. For additional information, please read the back of the Parent Cooperation Agreement.
|Grade||1st Child||2nd Child||3rd Child||4th Child|
|K3-K5 ½ Day||$4,160||$3,398||$2,646||$1,919|
Registration / Re-enrollment Fee
Payment of the new registration/re-enrollment fee confirms registration. Because space in some classes is limited, WE URGE YOU TO REGISTER EARLY. Please make your registration fee as a separate check. Do not combine the registration fee with your classroom curriculum/material fee or tuition payment.
|By April 28th||After April 28th|
|$200 Per Child (K3/K4)||$225 Per Child (K3/K4)|
|$275 Per Child (K5-12th)||$325 Per Child (K5-12th)|
Classroom Curriculum / Material Fee
This fee covers the cost of textbooks, workbooks, computer software, curriculum materials and certain classroom supplies and equipment. We offer discounts for early payment of this fee; however, all fees must be paid by August 1st. Please make your classroom curriculum/material fee as a separate check. Do not combine this fee with the registration fee or tuition payment.
|Grade||By July 14th||After July 14th|
Below are annual fees for participating students to provide funds for expenses unique to these academic, music, and athletic areas.
- $35 – Art (K3-6th)
- $35 – Art (9th-12th)
- $90 – Band/Orchestra
- $90 – Cheerleading
- $70 – Drama
- $75 – Graduation Fee
- $90 – Varsity Sports
- $75 – Jr. Varsity Sports
- $60 – Middle School Sports
Non Discrimination Statement:
Granite Baptist School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.