Thank you for your interest in Front Range Christian School. We are now accepting applications for students for the 2016/2017 school year. You can begin your online application today! In order to guarantee that your child is enrolled by the first day of classes, please submit your application no later than August 8, 2016.
Is there an application deadline for the 2016/2017 school year?
Since August 15 will be the first day of school at FRCS in 2016/2017, new students must complete ALL application and enrollment steps prior to August 8, 2016, including all references and transcripts. We make every effort to accommodate families moving from out-of-state and those needing to make a late change. However, we cannot guarantee your child will be accepted, enrolled, and ready for the first day of school if your application is completed after the deadline. Most schools take administrative breaks throughout the summer months, and this can make it difficult for families to gather the needed references and transcripts from their child’s current school during that timeframe. For this reason, we highly recommend completing your application before your current school begins summer break, usually in late May or early June.
Front Range Christian School provides excellent support and accommodations for children with special educational needs. Due to high demand in this area, we currently have a wait list for incoming students with accommodation plans (students with 504, IEP, ILP, or any special learning plan). FRCS releases a limited number of open seats for new students on this wait list in the early spring timeframe. While we cannot guarantee and open seat for every child, we highly recommend you complete all applications steps no later than April 1, 2016, if your child has a special learning need. Please contact our Admissions staff for more information on this wait list process.
In these days when pollsters talk about “the withering of discipleship in the American church,” Christian parents need all the help they can get. We received great help from Front Range Christian School. Its commitment to both grace and truth, its academic rigor, its strong Bible classes, and its mentoring teachers and coaches, all had a major impact on our children.
Don SweetingFormer Senior Pastor of Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church, Greenwood Village, CO; Trustee of Colorado Christian University; President of Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.