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Admission Information

 

How Do I Enroll?

 
Families desiring to enroll children in Lifestyle Christian School may request information by clicking on the Online Request Form below. Our school office is located at 3993 Interstate 45 North, Conroe, TX  77304. The admissions staff can be reached at 936-756-9383 or by email at office@lifestyleconroe.org. The application fee must be paid in order to complete the application for admission. The deposit fee may be refunded prior to the interview, but it is non-refundable once the interview has been conducted. Reference letters must be completed by the family’s pastor, associate pastor, children’s pastor, or youth pastor, and can be emailed from the application packet, or a letter may be mailed or faxed to the school office prior to the interview with the principal. Families moving into the area who have not had time to establish church membership should check with the office for procedures.
 
For more information please click here for our Online Request Form and someone will respond quickly during regular business hours.
 
You may also schedule a tour of our school by clicking here.

 

Admissions Policy

 
Christian Commitment
Parents and students must understand that the Bible will be taught as the authoritative Word of God and parents should indicate that they will support the Bible teaching of Lifestyle Christian School. Parents must believe in Jesus Christ as Saviour and practice a lifestyle in accordance with the Holy Scriptures.
 
Parents
For a student to be eligible for admission or re-enrollment, the family must be Christians, a member of an evangelical, Bible-believing church, and REGULAR in attendance at the church. The desired goal is a minimum of one service per week.
 
Elementary Students
Parents must understand that each teacher will attempt to lead their child to a personal relationship and commitment to Jesus Christ.
 
Secondary Students
Each secondary student must desire a personal relationship and commitment to Jesus Christ and seek to be discipled in the faith and in character of Christ.
 
Acceptance of a student is based upon a good standing with the institution in which the student was previously enrolled as well as academic performance.