- Canon Christian Academy admits students of any race to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to all students. CCA practices a Christ-centered philosophy of admissions, not discriminating on the basis of race, sex, color, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its policies, admissions, athletics, and other school-directed programs.
- Admission requirements
- Age - First graders must be six years old by September 30th before entering school.
- Immunization - In accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado all students must have or be in the process of having legally required immunizations. Exemptions are given, however, on the basis of medical, religious, or personal reasons. Parents will be responsible to bring the proper documentation if they choose to opt out of any of the normally required immunizations.
- Records - CCA requires that parents submit or have sent to CCA records of their child(ren)’s immunizations and copies of all past school records.
- Application - Parents who wish to enroll their child(ren) in CCA must fill out an application for admission. In making application for enrollment, parents commit to thoroughly acquaint themselves with the school handbook.
- Late admissions - Parents who wish to enroll students after the beginning of the school year will need to contact CCA administration. Late enrollments will be allowed on a case-by-case basis.
- Admissions procedure
- Read the handbook in its entirety
- Fill out and submit an application for admission along with requested records
- Come to the school for an interview
- Wait for notification of acceptance
- Submit medical records
Schedules for payments will be worked out with the school board.
- The school reserves the right to withhold report cards and transfer of academic records until delinquent tuition is paid in full. In addition, no senior student will be permitted to participate in graduation exercises or receive a diploma unless the family’s financial obligations to the school are current or other arrangements have been made with the school board.
- All unpaid tuition must be paid in full before beginning a new school year, unless other arrangements have been made with the school board.
- The tuition charged does not cover the cost of education. What tuition does not cover must be supplied by parents and friends of the school through donations and fund-raising. All gifts are tax-deductible.
- Receipts for donations will be given when the donor specifically asks for a receipt at the time of the donation.