Admissions & Enrollment


Students are admitted to MCA based upon available classroom space, personal character, and scholastic record. The school reserves the right to place a child in a lower grade if deemed necessary. MCA will not accept students who have been expelled from other schools or who have a history of disciplinary problems for behavior such as excessive absenteeism, drug or alcohol usage, aggressive behavior, or immorality.

Admission and enrollment into MCA is an opportunity granted by the administration. The administration reserves the right to deny any student enrollment. Enrollment in MCA is a privilege, not a right. The school reserves the right to remove any student who fails to meet or adhere to MCA standards, school policy, or the philosophy of the school. Parents are also expected to support the school’s purpose and philosophy.

Students must reside with parents or legal guardians in order to remain in school, even after the age of eighteen if still enrolled. Students that are married or who are single parents are not permitted to attend, nor can students become engaged to be married while enrolled at MCA.

First Baptist Church members have priority of enrollment (until the pre-announced cut-off date) in the event there is a waiting list.

Non-Discriminatory Policy

MCA admits students of any race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in our educational and athletic policies and programs.


All new students and their parents must have a personal interview with school administration. Additionally, each new enrollment form must be accompanied with a non-refundable registration fee (per family) and the following documents:

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    An enrollment application must be completed for each child enrolled. (online)

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    Both parents and students must read and sign a Parent/Guardian Statement of Cooperation Form.

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    A physician must complete and sign a Physician’s Statement, complete with immunization records for each newly enrolled kindergarten student.

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    A copy of an official birth certificate for each child enrolling in kindergarten.

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    A Records Release Form must be completed and signed to secure academic and health records for students who are transferring from other schools. (Homeschool students must provide accurate academic records prior to enrollment and must accept MCA evaluation of credits and GPA.)

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    Transferring students may be asked to take an assessment test depending on their record.

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    Kindergarten students must turn 5 years old on or before September 30th of the current school year to qualify for enrollment.

The completed Physician’s Statement with immunization records and a copy of the official birth certificate must be in the school office by the first day of school.

Payment Policies and Fees

All families are required to set up a FACTS account. Please go to our website to create your account and select your payment option as soon as possible using the FACTS link. All tuition payments and miscellaneous fees will be paid through your FACTS account.

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    Students will be subject to withdrawal whenever accounts become two months past due. Withdrawn students may return to school when payment is made to allow the account to be no more than one month past due.

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    Official report cards and transcripts will not be issued to students whose accounts are past due, nor may students graduate until all fees are paid in full.

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    MCA reserves the right to increase tuition during the school year should it be necessary to meet operating costs.

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    Book fees must be paid prior to the beginning of school and are non-refundable after the first full day of classes.

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    Athletic fees are charged for each sport and must be paid prior to the student's participation in official games.

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    Graduation fees for kindergarten students and seniors will be announced in January and due in February.

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    Additional fees may be charged for lost or damaged textbooks or library books and for any other damage to school property.


Students may enroll for the following school year beginning in February of each school year. Re-enrolling by the stated re-enrollment deadline will guarantee an opening for the upcoming year and a discount package. If re-enrollment is not completed by the announced deadline and classes are full, students may be placed on a waiting list. Accounts must be current in order to re-enroll.


Withdrawal from Milford Christian Academy must be conducted by the parent through the school office. Should it become necessary for a student to transfer, the parents will be responsible for the tuition through the current semester of the student’s enrollment. No refunds will be given for partial months of tuition. Outstanding fees must be paid in full at time of withdrawal. School records and report cards cannot be released until all accounts are paid in full.


Should it become necessary for a student to be expelled from Milford Christian Academy financial obligation is expected to be paid through the end of the semester in which the student was enrolled.