Welcome to Little Flock Christian Academy
Our academy is a cooperating member of the Association of Christian Schools International and is committed to academic excellence in a Christian environment. We feel honored that you have chosen our school to be your partner in the education of your children. Our staff believes the ministry of our Christian School is to lead young people to Christ and to turn them in the way they should go (Proverbs 22:6). With this in mind, we are committed to teaching your children a well-balanced education with an emphasis on character building and leadership skills. We believe with the church, the school, and the home working together we can strive to make “Today’s students tomorrow’s leaders.”
2021-2022 Enrollment Schedule K-8
Parents, please follow the steps near the bottom of the page below using the link in Step 1 to register for the 2021-2022 school year. Please adhere to the registration schedule below. We are excited you have chosen LFCA.
February 1 – re-enrolling current students and siblings for kindergarten
February 15 – re-enrolling current students and siblings any grade
February 22 – LF Baptist Church members/LF Preschool (kindergarten)
March 1, 2021 – Open registration
2021-2022 Registration Fee and Tuition Fee – K-8
Registration Fee: per student
$400.00 March 1 – April 30
$450.00 May 1 and after
Tuition: per student
Grades K-5 $4450.00 (Monthly $445.00 July thru April)
Grades 6-8 $4700.00 (Monthly $470.00 July thru April)
Multi-child discount: K-8th grade – ($250) each additional child
Tuition Paid in Full by August 1 Discount:($100) per family
1. Register by following the link from lfca.com website / admissions / https://secure.gradelink.com/gradelink
2. Follow emailed instructions to create an account with Blackbaud Smart Tuition / www.enrollwithsmart.com
3. New students entering LFCA must take an entrance exam. We will contact to schedule.
4. The Administration assess the student’s scores and determines eligibility to enroll in the desired grade level.
5. Students must be five years old on or before October 1 before entering Kindergarten.
6. The Administration will conduct an interview with the parent and student prior to acceptance.
7. All new applicants must complete and/or submit the following information before final admittance approval:
a. Completed registration form online
b. Enrolled with Smart Tuition (pay fees)
c. Most recent report card including conduct reports
d. Original immunization certificate
e. Copy of original birth certificate (foot print certificate from hospital not sufficient)
f. Documentation of physical exam (KY state law requires kindergarten and sixth grade physical exam)
g. Eye exam on file (kindergarten)
h. Dental screening on file (kindergarten)
Admission of a student falls into three categories:
Probationary admission: Applicants with minor deficiencies in any of the specified core content areas may be offered probationary admittance. Probationary admissions are reviewed by the Administration at the end of the first grading period. If the necessary corrections have not occurred, the student will be placed on conditional admission. If the Administration and the student’s teacher(s) agree it is highly likely the deficiencies will be corrected at the end of a second nine weeks, probationary admission can be extended. All first year students at LFCA enter under probationary admission.
Conditional admission: Tutoring will be mandated for each deficiency in the core content areas (reading comprehension, language, math procedures, math problem solving) as shown on their entrance exam. One hour of tutoring per subject is required for at least a period of nine weeks. Grades will then be reviewed to determine if further tutoring is required.
Denial of admissionn: This will be given by the Administration if the applicant is deficient in one or more of the specified core content areas and it is unlikely he/she will be successful. Denial of admission does not prohibit a student from applying again if the deficient areas are corrected. Following removal or withdrawal from the school for academic reasons, a student may apply to be re-enrolled on academic probation if the following conditions are fulfilled:
● The student has attended another school or homeschool for one full semester
● The student has completed a full academic load for one semester
● The student received no grade lower than a “C” in any subject
Register For The 2021-2022 School Year
All registration fees and tuition will be collected using Blackbaud Smart Tuition. Please call Tena Quinton if you have any questions regarding enrollment/registration.
To Re-enroll or Enroll for the 2021-2022 school year follow the instructions below starting February 1, 2021
A. Current Students: Log in to Gradelink or follow this link
https://secure.gradelink.com/gradelink to re-enroll. The Enrollme tab will be active by default.
B. Enrollment forms will be pre-populated using information the school has on file for your student. Parents are asked to check the information for accuracy and make any corrections or additions.
C. If you have multiple students, you need to re-enroll each one separately.
D. New Students: click the following link: https://secure.gradelink.com/636/enrollment
Enroll with Blackbaud Smart Tuition – please wait for instructions via email which includes instructions for payment.
All registration fees and tuition payment plans are set up with Blackbaud Smart Tuition. Tuition plans must have tuition set for automatic debit.
Email will be sent as soon as the registration form is received and processed.
Applications available March 1 – May 1. Click here for more information.
The Max Read Scholarship
The Max Read Scholarship is not available at this time.
For copies of required medical forms, please click here.
LFCA admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.