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New Student Application Checklist
  • We have read and agree to the Admissions Criteria and Standards of Conduct document.
Getting Started
  • Schedule your campus tour through our online link or call (561) 798-9300, Ext. 252.
  • Register for an upcoming event.
  • If applicable, submit IEP, 504, or Psycho-Ed Evaluation along with current report card, last 2 years report cards, standardized testing, and teacher references to the Admissions Office before filling out the application.
Finding the Application
  • Visit and click on Apply Today
  • Choose "Create an Account"
  • Choose "Create a New Student Application"
  • Start the Application. Please complete one application per child
Documents Needed for Application
  • Submit the non-refundable, non-transferable application fee of $25
  • Upload in the application (must be in one upload, not individual uploads):
  1. Current report card
  2. Past 2 years of final report cards
  3. 10th-12th grade students: Provide a copy of your unofficial transcripts
  4. Past 2 years of Standardized Test Scores (front and back sides of reports)
  5. Teacher reference forms from Math/English teachers (put email addresses into applications and it will send reference forms automatically)
  6. Principal or guidance counselor reference forms (process initiated via online application)
  7. Personal reference - youth pastor, coach, etc. (process initiated via online application)
After Submitting Application
  • The Admissions Office will contact you after your file has been reviewed and you have been approved to move forward with admissions testing.
  • After testing, you will be scheduled for your family interview.
  • Parent(s) or guardians are required to attend one of the scheduled Capture Our Culture meetings.
Upon Acceptance
  • An acceptance (or non-acceptance) letter will be sent via email.
  • Once the acceptance letter has been received, you will have 5 business days to complete the online enrollment packet and schedule your financial meeting with the Business Office.
  • Upload into enrollment packet (must be in one upload, not individual uploads)
  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Updated immunization record (from your pediatrician)
  3. School Health Record (from your pediatrician-parents please fill out front side)
  • Financial meeting with the Business will include signing your financial contract and paying the $300 registration fee (per student).
  • Students that are at or above grade level in core subject areas
  • Recommended GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Standardized test or FSA (Florida Statewide Assessments) scores in average to above-average range
  • Positive reference (both academic and behavioral) from your current school
  • Positive personal reference from a youth pastor, coach, etc.
  • Parents are committed to partnering with Berean Christian School in their child’s education and development
Berean Christian School holds that the Bible is the infallible, divine Word of God and that salvation by faith in Christ is the initial step in the Christian life. There is an adequate Biblical basis for the idea of spiritual growth into the image of Christ (Romans 8:29), which is the work of the Holy Spirit (II Corinthians 3:18). This growth begins with the initial act of saving faith and continues throughout life. The Holy Spirit makes the Christian conscious of the Biblical demands for a holy life which fulfills both God's moral law and high law of love (Matthew 22:37-39; Romans 13:8-10, Galatians 5:14). The result is a life consecrated unto God and separated from the world.
Therefore, Berean Christian School will provide an environment conducive to the spiritual growth and development of its young people. A standard of conduct based on the following Biblical imperatives is necessary to provide such an environment (I Corinthians 8:9, 12-13, 10:32). All of the activities of the Christian must be subordinated to the glory of God who indwells us. The Christian will endeavor to avoid practices that cause the loss of sensitivity to the spiritual needs of the world and loss of the Christian's physical, mental, or spiritual well-being (I Corinthians 9:27).
A sense of the need for spiritual growth in the light of these principles has led Berean Christian School to adopt the following standards which will best promote the spiritual welfare of the student. The school requires each student to agree to the following:
  1. I will refrain from smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, immorality, and the use; abuse, or encouraging the use of illegal drugs, or attending social events that involve students participating in these behaviors. Violations may result in suspension or expulsion.
  2. I will avoid inappropriate use of electronic equipment, media, or the internet. I must also refrain from sexual harassment, consistent or repetitive “badgering”, bullying or verbal abuse (in person, writing, or through electronic media). Violations may result in suspension or expulsion.
  3. In order to sustain Christian growth in my life, I will abstain from activities that would be dishonoring to God both on and off-campus.
  4. I will endeavor to maintain the Christian standards of courtesy, kindness, morality, and honesty.
Berean Christian School believes that the aspiration and attainment of these codes of conduct build outstanding Christian character.
Harmony Clause
Students are required to abide by these standards throughout their enrollment whether at home, school, or elsewhere, recognizing that wherever a BCS student goes and whatever he does, he carries and reflects on the testimony of his Savior, his family, and his school. Parents, or students, found to be out of harmony with the Berean Christian School ideals of work and life may be invited to withdraw whenever the general welfare demands it, even though there may be no special breach of conduct.
In this atmosphere of definite and positive Christian standards of conduct, good scholastic planning, and intimate personal interest between family, faculty, and student, there is a fine opportunity for the development of strong Christian character.


Masks are optional for our faculty, staff, and students.

  • Elementary –K5-2nd grade average 20:1 teacher-student ratio.
  • Elementary – 3rd and 4th grade average 22:1 teacher-student ratio.
  • Intermediate – 5th and 6th grade average 25:1 teacher-student ratio.
  • Middle School and High School - 7th -12th grade average 25:1 teacher-student ratio

No. Berean does not provide transportation. Parents are responsible to drop off and pick up from school.

Berean accepts the Step-Up for Students and Family Empowerment scholarship, McKay Scholarship, and Gardiner Scholarship. You can also apply for in-house financial assistance through the FAST program. Details for these programs can be found on the Financial Assistance Page of our website.

No, Berean has families from different churches and religious backgrounds.

Elementary hours are 8:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. and Secondary hours are 8:15 a.m.-3:05 p.m. Wednesday's dismissal times begin an hour earlier for elementary and secondary.

Yes, aftercare is provided from 3:30-6:00 p.m. for an additional fee. You can find information on the aftercare program on the admissions page of our website.

Yes, we offer honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes for 9th – 12th grades

While we do not provide gifted classes, students are challenged within their classrooms by their teachers.

No, some of our holidays may be similar, but we generally run about 1-2 weeks ahead of their schedule.