Steps to Admission
STEP ONE -- Attend a Parent Information Presentation (PIP) to receive an application packet.
It is helpful for the school office to have a general estimate of how many families will be attending. Contact the office if you plan to attend at 573.449.2252 or email@example.com.
STEP TWO -- Review the application materials, discuss and pray together as a family.
For students to be successful at Heritage, it is of vital importance that both parent and student feel that it is God's best for them to study at Heritage.
STEP THREE -- Submit an Application for Admission with application fee
After reviewing the academy’s material and praying over a decision, parents desiring to partner with Heritage Academy may submit an Application for Admission to Heritage Academy’s school office. A separate application is required for each child. In order for applications to be considered complete they must include:
Please include payment for the $50 application fee if this is the first time your family is submitting an application for admission to Heritage Academy. This fee is charged to each family only once. If your family has already paid this fee, with application(s) previously submitted, no repeated payment of this fee is required.
STEP FOUR -- Complete Entrance Testing and Evaluation (Academic Enrollment Only)
To ensure that students are placed for success and that Heritage Academy is equipped to meet the student’s academic needs, the academy requires students to complete placement testing. Students who have taken a standardized achievement test such as the Stanford Achievement Test or the Iowa Test of Basic Skills in the past year may submit those test results. If such test results are not available, Heritage Academy will arrange a time for placement testing to occur. If an evaluation test must be administered, a fee (no more than $25 per student) may be due at the time of testing. This fee is non-refundable.
STEP FIVE -- Participate in a Family Interview
This meeting enables Heritage Academy to explore the student’s academic background and the family’s goals for their child and family within the context of University-Model schooling at the academy. “Foundations for Partnership” will also be reviewed and discussed. Both parents and the potential student are required to attend this meeting. The scheduling of this meeting will be initiated by the academy.
STEP SIX -- Receive a Letter of Decision
Once the interview process has been completed, the family will receive a decision letter from the academy.
If the student is accepted into Heritage Academy, registration materials will also be provided to the family. The registration process is separate from the admissions process.
STEP SEVEN -- Submit your student's registration paperwork with non-refundable registration fees.
You will now receive confirmation of registration from the Heritage office along with course requirements. Required textbooks and other supplies may now be purchased.