New Student Application
Attendance at Bible Baptist Christian School is a privilege made possible by the sacrificial giving of God's people. Students should be grateful for those who have provided this opportunity for quality Christian education. Students are admitted based on their desire and the support of their parents for a Christ-centered education. The privilege to attend may be lost by any student/parent who is not in harmony with either the rules or the spirit of the school.
Tuition Fee Schedule 2017-2018
New Student Enrollment Application 2017-2018
Medical Release Form 2017-18
Parent-Student Commitment Form-2017-18
7th-12th-grade Student Questionnaire
Request for Records Form
New Applicants Pastoral Reference
Athletic and Parent Permission Physical Form
Part-Time Students/Foreign Students
A part-time student is defined as one taking fewer than three academic classes. Part-time students are required to go through the normal admission process and pay a percentage of the fees. Those students desiring to participate in athletic or fine arts competition sponsored by the North Carolina Christian School Association must also attend two classes that meet daily. Academics classes for grades 1 and 2 are not available. Extra-curricular activities such as music, art, and Spanish are available for grades 1 and 2.
Part-time students may purchase a yearbook, depending on availability. A part-time student may attend the Junior/Senior Banquet and Senior Trip if he has participated in the fundraising of his class. Part-time students may not hold any class office, march in graduation or receive a diploma.
Aptitude/achievement test scores, placement tests, previous academic history, and references will be considered. Kindergarten students must be five years of age on or before September 30th. First-grade students must be six on or before September 30th. The administration reserves the right for proper grade placement. Students in grades seven through twelve may be interviewed privately. When all forms have been properly submitted, an interview conducted, and all required fees paid, the student is accepted for admission by a letter of acceptance from the administration. At least one parent must attend the yearly Parent Orientation meeting. This meeting is held on the Thursday evening before the first day of school.
No student in grades 4-12 will be considered for admission, after the first quarter, who has not maintained at least an overall "C" average from the transfer school.
A student who has been expelled from BBCS must wait a minimum of one semester and may be required to wait a period of one year from the date of expulsion before he can be considered for re-admission. A student who has been expelled or denied enrollment from another school may be required to wait for a period of one year from the date of expulsion before he can be considered for admission. Students under these circumstances are admitted on a probationary status and will be required to meet with a designated counselor regularly throughout the time of the probation.
BBCS is authorized to issue an F1 visa so that foreign students may attend school in the United States. BBCS admits only a limited number of foreign students each year. All SEVP students must meet all the normal enrollment criteria. Throughout the first semester of enrollment, students will be on an evaluative probation to determine their suitability for continued enrollment.
BBCS will not admit an elementary-aged student unless he is living with his parents throughout the school year. Junior High and High School students may live with a guardian agreed upon by their parents. All SEVP students must undergo regular English tutoring throughout their first year as a student. Families are responsible to obtain tutoring through either a BBCS faculty member or an outside tutor.
SEVP students should be enrolled by the beginning of July and should arrive prior to the beginning of the school year in order to begin English tutoring.
No student will be admitted or allowed to remain in Bible Baptist Christian School who does not agree to and cooperate with the overall purpose and program. The child should understand that his parents have delegated their authority to the school. Therefore, he is subject to the instruction and discipline of the teachers and principal of BBCS.