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Thank you for your interest in Brookfield Christian School! We understand that choosing a school for your child (children) is an important decision, and we are here to help.
On our website, we have information about our staff, the curriculum, and about the many other things that make BCS a great Christian school community. Take a look around, review the admissions process outlined below, then give us a call or fill out our Inquiry Form and we will contact you to schedule a tour of our school or set up a time for your child to shadow. We’d love for your family to experience firsthand what we’re talking about!
If you’re ready to take the next step, please complete the Application for Admission and submit the application fee. From there, we will request a pastor recommendation from the pastor listed on your application, and then schedule a brief admissions interview. Please contact us with any questions as you go through the process.
Parents desiring to enroll their children at Brookfield Christian School must be willing to agree to the following admission requirements:
To begin the process, families should submit a completed Application for Admission Form and fee.
Parents must acknowledge that the basis for Christian education at Brookfield Christian School is the Word of God. Students will be taught that God is the Creator and Ruler of the universe and that Jesus Christ, his Son, is our Savior. Parents must agree to make a sincere effort to support and display Christian values in their home.
All families are to be active members of a Bible-believing Christian church. A Pastor Recommendation is part of the admissions process.
School Financial Support and Involvement
Families should be prepared to support the school program with an ability to pay the tuition and fees as set by the School Board. Parent support for the authority of the School Board and its policies for the operation of the school is important. BCS is a parent-governed school that relies on parent volunteers to accomplish its goals, and active participation is encouraged.
The Administrator and a School Board member will interview parents applying for admission to discuss the aims of the school and those of the parents. Following the interview, a recommendation will be made to the Board regarding admission of the family.
Prospective 3K students must be potty-trained and three years old by September 1 of the school year. Prospective 4K students must be four, and Kindergarten students must be five years old by September 1 of the school year. Contact us for information on our mid-year enrollment policy.
Once the board has formally approved admission for a family, additional steps in the process will be initiated, including academic testing as needed, completion of health and development forms, etc.
For more information, please contact our admissions staff.
Brookfield Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin or any other basis prohibited by law in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, athletic programs, or other school-administered programs.