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Admission Procedures for New Student Applicants

1.  Submit a completed application and $100 application fee.

2.  Submit copies of academic records (Grades 1-12)

         Current year's report card

         Previous year's report card or transcript

         Most recent testing scores

3.  Visit Brentwood

         School tour

         Interviews with applicant and parents

         Readiness Assessment (grades PK-12)

         On-site essay (grades 7-12)

4.   Family will be notified of acceptance decision.

5.   If applicable, and once the application process is complete (steps 1-3), submit financial assistance information.(For more information see Affording Brentwood.)

                            

If the academic achievement level of a grade applicant in grades 2 - 12 is difficult to determine, appropriate testing will be administered.  This testing could include instruments such as SSAT, PSAT, SAT, Stanford Achievement Tests, or subject-related tests.    

All new kindergarten and 1st grade students will be given reading/math readiness tests.  All Pre-K applicants will be given a readiness test to be used as an advisement tool.

Upon acceptance, parent(s) or person(s) legally responsible  must sign a contract and a promissory note for tuition.Tuition payments are due on the 1st day of each month and are late after the 10th of that same month.   

Upon acceptance, parents will also provide the following documents:

    • Certificate of Immunization (Georgia form 3231)
    • Hearing,Vision, and Dental Records (Georgia form 3300) 
    • Birth Certificate (copy)
    • Social Security Card (copy)
 

Brentwood accepts cash, checks, or money orders. Credit card payments are made only through RenWeb, our school management system. Contact ehall@brentwoodschool.org in our Business Office by email or at (478) 552-5136 for complete details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


"Next to love and a Christian heritage, there is no greater gift you can give a child than a quality education."
Lucy Nell Smith