Applying for Admission
To apply to Rehoboth Christian School, new students entering Kindergarten to High School go through an admission process that includes:
- An online application. For 6th grade - High School students, a questionnaire and essay is also required.
- All new students are tested in-person or by an online assessment.
- A report card or transcript is needed before testing
- If your student is applying for 6th grade - High School, a student interview is also required.
- New parents will also be interviewed.
After the online application is submitted, parents will receive an email to set up a date and time for an interview and student testing.
Kindergarten to High School Admission Application
We have closed all 2023-2024 applications for the Fall semester.
We will reopen admission applications for the Spring 2024 semester in November and will only be for grades we do not have a waiting list for.
Thank you for visiting us online and please consider us for the Spring 2024 semester.
Common Admission Questions
Supplemental documents for Middle & High School students such as the Student Questionnaire & Essay
Child's transcript (unofficial) and/or a recent report card along with a copy of their standardized test scores
Copy of social security card
Copy of birth certificate
Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) (if applicable)
Copy of immunization record (option of uploading to online application)
Copy of COVID immunization card
Any special needs documentation such as IEP or a 504 (if applicable).
An Educational Consultation consists of a meeting with the school principal to talk further about your child's academic needs. It also includes a campus tour and a tuition quote, if requested. Right now, our Educational Consultations are by appointment only. Please fill out a Request Admission Information form here.
First new student - $200 (per student)
Each additional new student - $100 (per student)
Current RCS Family adding a new student - $100 (per student)
From a current middle school parent:
"Our child's life is in your hands most days. You teach them things beyond our scope... Being raised in a family of educators my husband and I understood the work that you put in and the emotions that come along with it. Never did we witness our parents do what you all did with this pandemic. We thank you for not just your everyday work, but how you stepped up and kept some normalcy in our kids lives!! Words are never enough. Just know, we see you, we thank you, we love you!"