ADMISSIONS FORMS

Be sure to select to proper forms based on the application you are submitting. If you have any questions, please contact Deanna Korzeniewski at dkorzeniewski@clsemail.org.

As a courtesy to those who are completing your recommendation forms, please give them a stamped envelope addressed to:

Covenant Life School
Attn: Admissions
7503 Muncaster Mill Rd
Gaithersburg, MD 20877

  • If your student is coming directly from a homeschool environment, please use the following alternative list of required forms.

    • Online Application: Select the appropriate application for the grade the student will be entering.
    • Pastoral Questionnaire 
    • Immunization Form – The Health Department requires this form to be on file at school before a student can begin attending classes.
    • Copy of Birth Certificate
    • Enrollment Agreement
    • A Parent-Educator Evaluation
    • Non-Parent Teacher or Leader Evaluation
      • This form is to be filled out by another adult of your choice (non-parent) who has spent significant time with your student in a teaching or leadership context, and who can evaluate the student in a group context. Options include a co-op teacher, activity group/club leader, etc.
    • Documentation/records regarding your child’s homeschool studies.
      • Records should be submitted in a printed format that our admissions committee can review prior to your admissions interview, to give CLS a sense of your student’s academic placement. Suggested items include:
        • Examples of recent student work in both Math and English.
        • Curriculum overviews/outlines for the last two years; to help us assess placement (Overviews/Outlines can be printed directly from a publisher, or created by the parent if you are following a self-designed curriculum.)

    Report cards and/or transcripts from any homeschooling parent organization or co-op (for example, FSP, MCI, Cedarbrook)

  • Online Application: Select the appropriate application for the grade the student will be entering.
  • Toefl Test (for students who do not come from English-speaking countries)
  • English Teacher Recommendation  – for Non-Native-English-Speaking Internationals
  • International Record Release Authorization: This form is to be given to your current school. If there are no bilingual administrators available, the student and his or her parents must secure the services of an English translator to help an administrator complete this form.
  • Immunization Form: Immunizations must be translated to English before being sent. The Health Department requires this form to be on file at school before a student can begin attending classes.
  • Principal/Director Recommendation:  If your current school’s Principal/Director is not bilingual, the student and his or her parents must secure the services of an English translator to help an administrator complete this form. 
  • International Character Recommendation:  If the person filling out this recommendation is not bilingual, the student and his or her parents must secure the services of an English translator to help an administrator complete this form. 

35%

Approximately 35% of students in grades K-12 receive need-based Tuition Assistance

When compared with other K-12 Christian and private schools, Covenant Life School stands out as an exceptional value for school safety, quality academics, spiritual and community life, leadership development, college and career preparation, personal care and extracurricular opportunities. Parents recognize that it takes sacrifice to pay tuition, just as teachers willingly sacrifice wages to serve in a Christian school so that we can serve the next generation. However, the opportunity to attend CLS is not limited to families that are able to pay full tuition.

Need-based aid is defined as the difference between what it costs to attend CLS and a family’s ability to pay. While we attempt to fill most of the need, no child receives more than 50% in tuition assistance.

FAQ’s on Tuition Assistance

Apply for K-12 Tuition Assistance

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