Charleston Seventh-day Adventist School


It is understood that every student who applies for admission to Charleston SDA School pledges to willingly observe all its regulations, to uphold the Christian principles upon which the school operates, and to perform according to ability, all assigned duties in connection with the school.
 Charleston SDA School accepts students who are in agreement with the school's purposes and objectives and are willing to live in harmony with its principles. All acceptances are by approval of the School Board.  Charleston SDA School regrets that is not equipped to offer programs that may be necessary for students with special needs and may have to refer students with severe learning challenges to another facility.
 Charleston SDA School admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, and activities generally accorded or made available to students. This school makes no discrimination on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in admission or education policies, applications for admission, or extra-curricular programs.  
* * Returning students that have not met BEHAVIORAL or ACADEMIC requirements the previous year may be placed on academic or behavioral probation for a period of nine weeks. All students transferring from other schools serve a probationary period of nine weeks. All accounts from the previous year must be paid in full before a student may enter a new term of school.
 Children starting the first grade should be at least six years old by September 1. The minimum age requirement for Kindergarten children starting K5 is five years old by September 1. 
 All new students must present a copy of their birth certificates.
 All new students or returning students who have attended school elsewhere in the interim will provide the school with all pertinent records necessary for admission. A form must be completed at the time of registration, and submitted to the school office, requesting cumulative folders from their previous school.
 In order to comply with state law, each student must be
            1. Fully immunized as required or
            2. In the process of receiving immunizations, or
            3. Exempt from immunizations.
 We must have a completed Certificate of Immunization form on file before the student will be allowed to attend classes.