New Student Application Process
We invite new families to apply to Bayshore Christian School and have made the process easy!
- BCS requires academic records in order to process most applications. You can upload report cards and standardized testing during the application process. This is ideal, as it can save time in the application process. Additionally, a request for records will be sent to your child's current school upon submission of the online application. (If your child's current school requires a hard copy of the records request form, which is sometimes the case with public schools, please send this signed form to your child's current school.)
- Teacher Recommendations (sent electronically with submission of online application)
- Principal/Counselor Recommendation (sent electronically with submission of online application)
Please note: these items are required for students to be considered for admission to BCS. Please use your application account to review the items that have been submitted so you can follow up with your child's current school.
All applicants in grades 3 - 8 are required to complete a shadow morning. Shadow opportunities may be required from other applicants at the request of the Admissions Committee. These appointments will be scheduled individually.
The family/student interview will be scheduled once the application file is complete and testing results have been reviewed, if applicable.
Our Admissions Committee will meet to determine whether an Offer of Acceptance is made. You will be notified of their decision via email.
After the enrollment forms are complete, you are part of the Faith Warrior Family for the upcoming school year. Congratulations and welcome!
Tuition and Fees
Tuition is usually top of mind for parents investigating any private school, and we know that Bayshore Christian School is no different.
Our family friendly tuition rates are over $5,000 less per year than most private Christian schools in the area. We endeavor to keep our tuition low while not compromising on the quality of the education your students get and maintain our great student-teacher ratio - and we’ve succeeded every year!
Bayshore families bring diverse cultural and ethnic heritage, socioeconomic backgrounds, and experiences, all united by the choice to attend our unique private Christian school.
Here are the tuition rates for the 2021-2022 school year. [*Financing and tuition assistance are available to qualified families].
Grade K5–5: $9,540.00
Grade 6–8: $9,990.00
Grade 9–12: $10,800.00
Application fees do apply, and there are various additional fees collected for participation in various events. You can find a list of fees and available payment schedules here.
But please speak with our Admissions department or take a tour, so we may answer any questions.
Students With Accommodations:
At Bayshore Christian School, we are equipped to provide the accommodations listed below. While we take pride in our ability to maximize a student’s potential, we are not equipped to make modifications to our curriculum, and we do not have the personnel or equipment to make changes to our programs. Given the size of our school and our available resources, we may not be able to provide all requested accommodations.
- Extended time on exams and other high-stakes tests
- Preferential seating or being seated close to the teacher
- Small class sizes
In general, accommodations require a recommendation from a medical doctor, psychiatrist or psychologist. Bayshore Christian School does not accept IEPs or 504 plans as the only documentation for accommodations.
Accommodations for standardized tests (SAT, SAT Subject Tests, AP, and PSAT) are awarded only by the College Board and by ACT. Bayshore Christian School cannot grant accommodations for these tests; they must be applied for independently.
- Bachelor's Degree Toccoa Falls College (2002)
Bayshore Christian School admits students of any race, sex, color, nationality, or ethnic origin and guarantees 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, sex, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in administration, educational policies, athletics, and other school-administered programs.