Mt. Olivet Junior Academy

Fort Lauderdale | FL
Admissions
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admission policy

Seventh-day Adventist Schools are opened to all young people of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and others who come for the purpose of doing earnest, faithful work, and who have a desire to develop Christian characters.
 
It is the official policy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, in all its church-operated schools, on elementary, secondary, and higher education levels in the United States to admit students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded, or made available to students at its schools, and to make no discrimination on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic background, country of origin, or gender in the administration of education policies, applications for admission, scholarship or loan programs, as well as athletic and extracurricular programs. At the present time our school does not offer a specialized special education program; therefore, we are unable to accept pupils who have serious scholastic or behavioral problems or who are mentally or physically challenged.
 
The true object of education is to fit men and women for service by developing and bringing into active exercise all of their faculties.” CPTS., p. 493. Day by day we are building the character of our students spiritually, physically, mentally, and socially for time and eternity. It is imperative that all parents have a strong desire to educate their children in a Christian school and a willingness to abide by the policies and principles of the school.
 
enrollment PROCESS 
  1. Complete the Online Application for Admission
  2. Provide the following documentation:
    • Returning Students Only
      • Scholarship Award Letter (Step Up For Students Recipients Only)
      • Original Physical Examination & Immunization Records
      • Photocopy of Medical Insurance Card
    • New Students Only 
      • Scholarship Award Letter (Step Up For Students Recipients Only)
      • Original Physical Examination & Immunization Records
      • Photocopy of Birth Certificate
      • Photocopy of the student’s most recent report card
      • Photocopy of the student's most recent standardized test scores
      • Signed Record Release Form
  3. All New Students Must Interview with the Admissions Committee (by appointment only)
  4. If you receive an acceptance notification via email go to step #5. Otherwise, follow the email instructions. 
  5. Pay Enrollment Fees via Smart Tuition and sign the Tuition Contract (Deadline: July 1)
  6. Order School Supplies on Classbundl.com 
  7. Order School Uniform from Flynn & O'Hara (Local Store in Davie, FL)
 
New Student Probationary Admission Notice 
All new students are granted admission on a probationary basis. After the first nine weeks, the Academic Committee will then decide whether or not the student will be officially accepted. This decision will be based on the student’s academic and behavioral progress reports. The Academic Committee, upon approval from the Executive School Board Committee, has the right to dismiss any student if their academic progress and behavior reveals that they are not the best fit for this institution.

Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten & 1st Grade Age Requirement Student Notice
Applicants for pre-kindergarten should be four (4) years old by September 1st, kindergarten should be five (5) years old by September 1st of the current school year, and applicants for the first grade should be six (6) by September 1st of the current year.