Admissions Process

    The admissions process at Berean Academy allow each family to make sure that our school is the right fit.

  1. An application must be filled out for each new student desiring admission including references, test scores, and a testimony/autobiograph (7th-12th grade only).
  2. Student testing is scheduled, if necessary.
  3. Once all records are received and testing is completed, a family interview is scheduled. All new families must meet on-campus for a new family interview. Applicants going into grades 7-12 must accompany their parents for the interview. After completion of the interview, you will be notified of your student’s enrollment status.

An application/enrollment fee of $100 per student is required for the application to be considered by the Admissions Committee.

Please contact Robyn Stucky, Admissions Director for details.

Read what our parents and alumni have to say about Berean Academy.

Justin & Jessica Powell, Berean Elementary Parents

We feel so abundantly blessed to have found Berean. The kids receive a Christ centered education while meeting high academic standards. The peer influences are exceptional; I never have to worry about their friends. The teachers truly embody Christ in the way they relate to our children. When I visit Berean, a tangible goodness just surrounds the whole facility – there is a purity and peace there that much of the rest of the world has lost. The spirit of Christ is alive and well at Berean and what a privilege it is for our children to grow up there.

Julie Penner, Berean Alumni

Berean has been a part of my life since before I was born. My grandpa, parents, aunts and uncles all graduated from Berean. Berean is also responsible for my parents being together! I have been around the campus and the people of Berean my entire life, from my first ball game as an infant to Toby’s ball games now, and I wouldn’t change that for anything. The classes, teachers and coaches at Berean greatly prepared me for college and life after school. I can’t thank my teachers and coaches enough for the time they invested in me to make me a better daughter, sister, teacher, coach and someday wife and mother.

Amy Henderson Smith, Berean Alumni

I teach at a public school, but so much of what I do is guided by my experience at Berean! I try to emulate techniques …I watched from each of my Berean teachers. Very few days go by where I don’t thank God for having been so blessed by my own education. I love watching so many wonderful additions to campus and so many more students who are obviously having their lives impacted as well. Prayers for a wonderful school year!

Janelle Goodrich, Berean Alumni

Whenever I get to come to Berean, it simply feels like coming HOME. I couldn’t be more grateful for my 13 years spent there. It holds such a special place in my heart because of the memories made, the relationships that grew in the classrooms, halls, and on the court, and the way the teachers equipped me for the world ahead. One thing that is ingrained on my heart was something that Mr. Wine frequently reiterated to us in Bible class: “Sin will take you further faster than you ever thought possible.” Truths like this, and the many others I learned in each class and from my beloved coaches, have helped me so much in the days since high school. I’m eternally grateful for Berean and the way it has impacted my life.

Berean parent & alumni

I appreciated the fact that the extra-curricular events my kids were involved in were coached by men and women who were more concerned with developing Christian character then athletic staff.