Charlotte Christian seeks to diversify its student body by enrolling international students from all over the world. Not only does this enhance the global perspective that is becoming increasingly important in our society, but it also directly mirrors the ethnically and culturally diverse world that our Heavenly Father has created.
We are pleased to accept qualified international students in grades 6-12 who desire a Christ-centered education in the United States.
International students are defined as students who do not have permanent residence in the United States and will require an I-20. The Charlotte Christian School admissions office will oversee the application process, which includes the following:
- All components of the admissions process listed for middle or upper school on the Admissions Checklist
- TOEFL testing
- Possible interview via Skype or telephone
- Contact information for housing and host family information. Charlotte Christian School does not provide host families.
In addition to tuition costs, there is a $2,000 per year fee for international students. Newly accepted international students do not pay the New Family Fee. International applicants must submit a copy of their birth certificate, passport, and visa with their signed enrollment agreement. At this time, financial assistance is not available for students with an I-20.
Once an international student has been accepted and has submitted a signed contract agreement along with enrollment fees and the items listed above, Charlotte Christian School will complete and issue an I-20.