A Cornerstone Christian Schools application must be completed via our online application. Click the Enroll Now button below to get started. The application is considered complete when all required forms are returned to the Admissions Office and the application fee has been paid.
Send recommendation forms to the student’s pastor, principal and teacher at the student’s previous school. These individuals should then return the forms directly to our admissions office at:
Cornerstone Christian Schools, Attn: Admissions Office, 4802 Vance Jackson, San Antonio, Texas 78230.
All other required paperwork may be emailed to Admissions@sa-ccs.org or faxed to 210-349-0995.
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All students applying for K4 and K5 are screened prior to the interview with the principal. Acceptance will be based upon school readiness as determined by the screening, interview and pastoral recommendation. Students applying for all other elementary grade levels are tested prior to the interview with the principal. Students that are more than one grade level below the student’s current grade will be considered for the lower grade level.
Secondary students applying to grades 6–12 must submit standardized test scores that indicate a performance level equivalent to, but no more than, one grade level below the student’s current grade. The principal reserves the right to recommend additional testing at CCS. Students applying to grades 6-12 that are transferring from a non-accredited school or from homeschool, are required to take the entrance examination.
The Stanford 10, Iowa Test of Basic Skills, Terra Nova 3 or the California Achievement Test (STAAR) which has been administered at the applicant’s previous school, and which is no more than one year old, may be accepted. Otherwise, all testing must occur at Cornerstone Christian Schools.
Once testing is complete and has been reviewed by the principal, a formal interview will be scheduled, which must include the applicant and at least one parent or guardian. The applicant and parent will then be either offered or denied admission based upon all the information supplied during the admissions process.
Upon acceptance into the school, the parents will meet with the business office to complete financial paperwork.