NOTE: All Kindergarten students must be 5-years of age by or before December 1st to enroll. Admissions is always rolling and we accept new or returning students at any time, if there is room available.
Teachers and Principal review all materials and recommends to the BKS board to accept/deny admissions to each applicant
Letter sent to student (acceptance/denial)
APPLIES TO BOTH STUDENT TYPES: No student will be considered “enrolled” until all admissions steps have been completed and either a FACTS account has been set-up or a check for the full tuition has been received by the Bay Knoll School Treasurer. Also, all students are subject to a 60 day probationary period, at which time Bay Knoll School reserves the right to refuse attendance to any student who does not comply with the Parent / Student Handbook or displays behavior that is not safe or conducive to a productive learning environment for all.
Enrollment in the Bay Knoll Seventh-day Adventist School is a privilege and not a right. With it goes responsibility to respect and cooperate with all school policy. By enrolling, both students and parents agree to support the total program of the school. In harmony with the Seventh-day Adventist General Conference recommendation, it is strongly urged that children should not be sent to school at too early an age. Students who wish to enter Kindergarten should be five years old by December 1 of the year of enrollment.
A birth certificate and updated health and immunization records that conform to current state requirements must be supplied at Registration. It is required that any child transferring from another school presents a report card, transcript of all previous work, and two references. The Bay Knoll Seventh-day Adventist School has been established to provide Christian Education primarily for the children and youth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church as well as for others who appreciate its values.
Upon receipt of references, the Bay Knoll School Board will review for approval all applications. Parents and students must be willing to observe the principles and regulations of the organization.