K4 & K5 admissions_packet which you can print and fill out. (K4 & K5)

Gr. 1-3_admissions_packet Grades 1-3_admissions_packet (includes transcript request and reference forms)

Gr. 4-6_admissions_packet (includes transcript request, student questionnaire and reference forms)

Gr. 7-12_admissions_packet (includes transcript request, student questionnaire and reference forms)

ADMISSIONS POLICY: Admission to the Fourth Baptist Christian School is determined by academic testing, by an interview to determine the student’s interest in academic and spiritual matters (Grades 7-12), and by the prospective student’s general attitude toward the school and its policies. In order to maintain a Biblically-based philosophy of education and to insure a proper working format in strengthening our family units, it is necessary that at least one of the parents/guardians of all enrolled students are Scripturally born-again Christians. It is our desire to educate as many young people as possible, but we are not equipped to handle those with substantial learning disabilities, those with severe academic problems, or those with rebellious attitudes toward our rules and discipline.

View Student Handbook for details.

NO Government Money – Fourth Baptist Christian School does not accept scholarships from the Early Learning Grant or any government day care assistance funding of any kind.

Non-discriminationatory Policy as it relates to Students – Fourth Baptist Christian School admits students of any race, color, national or 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 or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Parent Partnership Agreement – It is necessary for the parents and students to agree with our Statement of Faith and positions noted therein. A signed Partnership Agreement indicating full support of our Parents/Student Handbook and Statement of Faith is required for admission. We also ask that our grades 7-12 students also read the handbook and sign the agreement form indicating their cooperation with school polices and procedures.

If you have questions about our admissions process or need more information, please call Shannon Fure or Andrew Broere at (763) 417-8240.