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Application Process

Attending GlenHaven Academy is a privilege and not a right. There is an application process. A special criteria must be met for a student to be accepted.

The process includes the following documents:  

  1. Schedule a visit. Call 816-453-3741

  2. Read through GlenHaven Academy Handbook.

  3. Student Application and Fee. 

  4. Student and Parent Contract

  5. Pastor’s Recommendation Letter

  6. Photocopy of birth certificate

  7. Photocopy of social security card

  8. Copy of current and up-to-date immunizations or exemptions

  9. Payment Plan Form

  10. Other school records (grade report, achievement testing, special services if applicable, etc.)

 

All documents must be submitted to: office@glenhavenchurch.com or dropped off at the church office. 

Requirements

  • A parent or guardian must acquire a Pastoral Recommendation letter from their attending church Pastor that attests to faithful attendance at that local church body and relationship with Jesus as their Lord and Savior. It must be signed by the Pastor.

  • Parents must be in agreement with our EPC Essentials of Faith and Philosophy of Education and be willing to actively support and pray for our academic program.  At least one parent or guardian must profess to be a born-again Christian.

  • The student’s record of behavior at home, church, and school should reflect good citizenship, and the student must agree to abide by the standards and guidelines of our school.

 

 

SCHOOL IMMUNIZATIONS REQUIREMENTS

Immunizations protect children against the following:  Hepatitis B, Polio, Measles, Mumps, Rubella (German Measles), Pertussis (whooping cough), Diphtheria, Tetanus, Haemophilus Influenzae Type B, and Chicken-Pox.  The following requirements are required by the Missouri School Department of Health Records:

  • All students must present documentation of the month, day, and year of each immunization before they attend school.

  • All immunizations must be up-to-date before students are permitted to attend classes.

  • The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) allows a 4-day grace period, so students in all grade levels may receive immunizations up to 4 days before they are due.

  • For children beginning kindergarten during or after the 2003-2004 school year, required immunizations should be administered according to the current ACIP schedule (www.cdc.gov/vaccines/recs/schedules).

  • To remain in school, students “in progress” must have an Imm.P.14 form on file and must receive immunizations as soon as they become due.

  • Religious (Imm.P.11A) and medical (Imm.P.12) exemptions are allowed.  The appropriate exemption card must be on file.

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