All applications and registrations for student enrollment will be accepted at anytime, however, Tupelo Christian Preparatory School will not begin processing any application and registration until the first school day of January prior to the upcoming year.
Registrations will be processed according to the following priority dates:
Current students will have first priority provided that they are not on Academic or Behavioral Probation and an enrollment form and a registration fee are received by the priority registration deadline of February 15. All current students not registered by February 15 will be placed in a waiting pool.
Siblings of current students will have second priority provided that completed application and registration forms and fees are received by the priority registration deadline of February 15. On February 15 registrations will be processed from siblings of current students. All siblings of current students not registered by March 1 will be placed in a waiting pool.
Students from the community will have last priority provided that completed application and registration forms and fees are received. Beginning March 2 applications and registrations of the students from the community will be processed. Students from the community will be placed in a waiting pool based on meeting the attendance, behavior and academic requirements for admission.
Tupelo Christian Preparatory School reserves the right to determine the class placement of a student.
At the discretion of the Tupelo Christian Preparatory School Board, exceptions may be made to the above stated policy due to extenuating circumstances. Special priority consideration will be given to staff and faculty of Tupelo Christian Preparatory School. In all cases, admission of a student is contingent upon the approval of the Headmaster within the guidelines of and by the authority of the Tupelo Christian Preparatory School Board.
Students on Academic or Behavioral Probation are automatically placed in the waiting pool. Students enrolling after the class has reached its maximum number of students will be placed in the waiting pool regardless if they are a returning student or a new student. A student will not be officially considered in the waiting pool until all enrollment forms and fees are turned in. Students who best match the school’s student profile are admitted from the waiting pool. If the waiting pool number reaches a level in which it becomes reasonable to establish another section of a grade, the Headmaster will inform the School Board of this action and if another section is warranted it will be established.