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Admissions

New Student Applications

New Student Applications for the upcoming school year will be available in January 2017. Click below to request an application.

Application Deadlines

To avoid late fees, the complete application packet must be submitted no later than July 1, 2017 (fall enrollment); December 1, 2017 (winter enrollment).

Steps for Admission

Step #1

Request application by following the link below. Be sure to upload the student's transcript during this process.

Step #2

After receiving the application, please follow the Application Procedures to make sure everything is properly completed. A link to upload your completed application as well as pay the application fee will be provided by our Admissions Representative.

Please make arrangements for the student to complete the iTEP SLATE-Plus, TOEFL, or TOEFL Junior test at the earliest date possible. These exams are administered by a variety of agencies around the world. To find the closest testing center in your area, please visit the iTEP website at www.itepexam.com, or the TOEFL websites at http://www.ets.org/toefl; https://www.ets.org/toefl_junior.

Step #3

Once the completed application has been received, an Admissions Interview will be arranged either in person or via Skype with the Director of International Students and other key personnel.

step #4

After confirmation that the applicant meets the criteria for our school's International Student Program, acceptance is then determined by careful consideration of the student's application, interview, academic records, testing results and spiritual life. Notification of Acceptance will be emailed to the International Family/Agency and will include instructions on how to submit the tuition deposit.

Step #5

After all admissions procedures have been finalized and the initial tuition deposit received, the student's I-20 will be issued and sent via Federal Express. The International Family/Agency is responsible to file the I-901 Form once the original I-20 has been received.

New Student Orientation Program

One of the primary methods used to prepare a new international student for success is through the New Student Orientation Program. This program is designed to help our new students adapt to the American lifestyle, home life, school life and making new friends. The Orientation Program is held twice a year coinciding with fall and winter enrollment, and is a requirement for all new international students.

Christy King
International Student Admissions
(909) 793-0601, x. 165

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