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A Board of Directors comprised of three to twelve members governs Oxford Hills Christian Academy. These members are chosen based upon their walk with the Lord, their desire to support Christian education, and their knowledge of matters pertaining to the operation of an educational institution.
Clarification of Policies
Any questions about any of the policies at Oxford Hills Christian Academy should be directed to the Administration for clarification. The best way to get the right information is to go directly to the source.
In order to help the school plan its budget, re-
Students will receive a form
for registering for next year’s
classes during the summer.
New students enrolling will
receive this form upon
acceptance. This form must
be returned by the given
deadline. It is the students’
and parents’ responsibility to
see that the needed classes
have been taken. Please
review the graduation
The following procedure is followed for initial enrollment to Oxford Hills Christian Academy:
1. Parent/guardian submits to the office a completed application (with references as indicated in the application) with the registration fee. The parent/guardian will then be contacted for an initial interview. For applicants in grades 5-
2. During the interview, questions of an academic, behavioral, and spiritual nature will be asked of both the student and his/her parents.
3. The relevant teacher may administer academic screening tests.
4. Acceptance or denial of enrollment will be communicated in writing. The Board of Directors may be asked to consider an applicant before a decision is made.
Acceptance of admission into Oxford Hills Christian Academy is understood to be a commitment to the policies, standards, and practices outlined in this handbook. Both the parents and the student in grades 5-
Oxford Hills Christian Academy does not discriminate on basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admissions and education policies, financial assistance programs, and athletic or other school administered programs.
A child shall be at least five and not older than six years of age by October 15 in the year of admission into kindergarten. A child shall be at least six and not older than seven years of age by October 15 in the year of admission into first grade.
Board of Directors
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