How to Apply
Current students can CLICK HERE to download the 2013-2014 Reenrollment Contract.
This form should be turned in to the Business Office along with the Reenrollment Fee.
1. To learn more about StoneBridge, fill out our New Student Inquiry Form.
2. Read through our website and Admissions Packet. Especially important are the StoneBridge Statement of Faith and the K4-K5 Readiness Checklist.
3. To begin the admissions process, contact Kristen Cooper, Director of Advancement, at (757) 488-2214 x106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Attend a “Nation Changers Tour”. Please review the schedule and RSVP to reserve a space at your preferred date and time. All new applicants are required to attend this tour where you will learn about the StoneBridge mission, meet members of the StoneBridge community, and tour the campus. A Q & A session for interested applicants will immediately follow the tour.5. Schedule an appointment for a Family Interview with Kristen Cooper, Director of Advancement. This may be on your initial visit to StoneBridge. Your Family Interview can be scheduled before or after you attend a “Nation Changers Tour.” This interview allows you to find out more about us, and to evaluate if StoneBridge is a good fit for your family. A tour of the campus is available during this appointment, but all new applicants are required to attend a “Nation Changers Tour.”
6. Complete and submit the following items to the Admissions office (incomplete applications may result in a delay of the admissions process):
7. Once all above items have been received, we will schedule a testing appointment. High school students will also be required to schedule a high school applicant interview.
- Family Application including pastoral reference contact information, personal testimony from at least one parent, and an intent of why your family is applying to StoneBridge
- Record Release Form
- Student Application including contacts for teacher recommendations
- High School Application required for all high school applicants only
- Copy of student's most recent report card
- $100 Application Fee (non-refundable)
8. All applicants are placed into a "waiting pool." The school then gathers the data needed to inform the Deans and Admissions Committee. To expedite this process, we suggest you inform your reference contacts (pastor, school and teachers) that they will be contacted by StoneBridge School.
9. The student proceeds to testing unless references are incomplete or indicate that further communication between the Headmaster and parent/student is required. A $125 testing fee is due at the testing appointment.
10. After completing the admissions process, and being admitted to StoneBridge School, we will send a “Learning Profile” assessed from testing, and an Enrollment Contract to you within one week of testing.
11. The signed contract is returned to the school ensuring a space for your child.
1. Entrance test results and previous school records should indicate that the applicant has a potential to benefit from the academic program offered by StoneBridge School.
2. The criteria for admitting any new child begins with the family:
- Are the parents in agreement with the Philosophy, goals, Ethos and Statement of Faith of StoneBridge School?
- Do the parents uphold the spirit and principles of a Christian home?
- Are the parents committed to working with the school and teacher in accomplishing Biblical, spiritual, and educational goals for their child(ren)?
- Does the student display evidence of Christian self-government adequate to properly function in a StoneBridge classroom?
- Is the family actively involved in a local church? Families new to the area must have been involved in a local church in their previous community.
3. The attitude of the student is an important factor. Does the applicant want to attend StoneBridge School? This becomes especially important as students are entering the upper school (6th – 12th grades).
4. High School Applicants: A student is considered for admission to StoneBridge High School on the basis of character, personal consent and the desire to learn. Additionally, each individual student applying for admission must have a personal commitment and testimony of Jesus Christ in his or her life which can be verbally expressed.
- Character: There should be observable evidence of Christian character and the student should have assumed a stewardship of his or her own God-given gifts and talents. He or she should be practicing citizenship in the spheres of home, school and church.
- Consent: On admission to StoneBridge High School, the student consents to enter a mentoring relationship with the high school faculty. He or she consents to be in unity with the letter and the spirit of the school policies. He will be willing to uphold the individuality and personhood of his peers. He should demonstrate a willingness to submit to training in spiritual disciplines such as prayer, fasting and Bible study. The student consents to the practice of Christian service as in helping the needy, missions and community service.
- Desire to Learn: Students should have a successful academic record and an application to independent scholarship. They should have assumed the responsibility for learning.
Testing & Conference
Testing Session: The 1.5 hour testing session for kindergarten
applicants recreates the classroom to provide an opportunity for observation
and administering readiness tests and an individual vocabulary test. The testing session for first through twelfth
grade applicants lasts 1.5-2 hours and presents a combination of standard
achievement tests, observations, and informal tests. A "Learning Profile" is then
prepared, summarizing and interpreting the test results. The “Learning Profile” will be mailed to you within
one week of testing. If needed, a Testing Review Conference with the Testing Administrator
can be arranged to further address questions and concerns.
Enrollment Contract and Important Forms: After completing the admissions process, and being admitted to StoneBridge School, we will mail an Enrollment Contract to you within one week of testing. In order to secure placement for your student, you will need to drop off or mail us the following forms within two weeks of receiving them:
- Enrollment Contract
- Facility Fee Form
- Electronic Funds Transfer Authorization
Applicants who apply in late spring, and receive their contract after July 1, 2013 will also be required to submit a tuition payment with their signed contract and forms.
For additional information, contact the Admissions Office at
(757) 488-2214 x106 or email@example.com.