Please pick up an application packet at one of our locations or download one, complete it fully, and return to the Administrator with $50 application fee (if writing a check, make payable to Perryton Christian Academy). You can also check out our tuition and fees page. We will continue to accept applications until enrollment is filled. You may also fill out our prospective student form if you have questions or want some more information.
January – March – Pre-admission: Please pick up an application packet, complete it fully, and return with $50 application fee (if writing a check, make payable to Perryton Christian Academy).
March – May – Once we receive applications, review all the applications and conduct parent and student interviews before determining our final enrollment. Interviews usually last about 20 minutes. Our Administrator and Board of Directors prayerfully make enrollment decisions in May and throughout the summer. We continue to accept applications until our enrollment is full. Our classes tend to fill very quickly, so the sooner you can get your application in, the better your chances are to secure enrollment.
Tours and interviews
Once we receive your application, we will review all applications and conduct parent and student interviews before determining our enrollment. We will contact you to schedule an interview. Parent(s) and students need to attend the interview, and it usually only takes 20 minutes to give you and your student a quick tour, answer all of your questions, and complete our interview process. Once all interviews are complete, our Board of Directors will prayerfully select our students and you will be notified in writing and/or phone call of our decision promptly.
Perryton Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.