The Application Process
Eligibility for Admission
Professing Christian applicants with at least one parent who professes faith in Christ and regularly participates in a Christian church are eligible for admission. Professing Christian students without a professing Christian parent may be sponsored by a church or Christian ministry in lieu of a professing Christian parent.
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Completed applications received by February 7, 2024, will be considered by our Admissions Committee and applicants will receive an admissions notification by February 15, 2024. If accepted, an applicant can reserve their spot with a $300 registration fee paid by or on February 28, 2024. After February 28, 2024, this registration fee increases to $400.
We recommend that all parts of the application are complete by the time of the admissions test on February 7, 2024. After February 7, 2024, admissions decisions are made on a rolling, space-available basis. Applicants will be placed in a wait pool once spots are no longer available.
Considered in the Application Process
- Applicants who express a desire to pursue a Christian education, are active participants in a local Christian church, and have a church reference
- Applicants who are prepared for the challenging academics Covenant offers as indicated by their admissions test score, middle school transcripts, and teacher reference
- Priority placement is given to current families with qualified sibling applicants
If you would like to learn more about Covenant High School or have any questions about the application process, reach out to Malisa Munoz, Admissions & Development Coordinator at 253-759-9570 or email@example.com.
Covenant seeks to serve the whole Christian community and maintains a student body from many different churches. Covenant admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to CHS students. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the admission policies, scholarship and other school-administered programs.