Admission Procedures

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Three Key Components of the Admissions Process:

1. Determine if MGA is a Good Fit for Your Family.
2. Complete the Online Application Form; Review All Tuition and Fee Information.
3. Plan to Attend Orientation Meetings and to Purchase Required Materials.

1. Determine if MGA is a good fit for your family.

Will your family’s schedule support your student’s at-home studying?
Are MGA’s curricula, classroom structure, and expectations for student participation in line with your objectives for your child’s education?
Will your child benefit from classroom activities and group projects?
Will you as a parent have time to oversee and support your student’s work, and address any issues, in concert with teachers?

If you need additional information in order to answer the above questions, contact the appropriate school Director:
Grammar School (K-5th):
Upper School (6th-12th):

2.  Complete the Online Enrollment Form; Review all Tuition and Fee Information; Review Statement of Faith.

Online MGA Application Form

Application Fee is $50. When your Application Form is reviewed and accepted you will receive an email to complete the Enrollment form. Enrollment fee is $250.  When your Enrollment Form and Registration Fee are both received by the Admissions Officer, your student(s) will be officially enrolled and added to class rosters.

Review Tuition Agreement, Tuition and Fee Information and Statement of Faith.

You will receive a Welcome email within one week of our receipt of your Form and Fee.  Email our Admissions and Records Officer with any concerns:

3.  Plan for Meetings and Materials

MEETINGS – Plan on the following events to integrate into the MGA community:

Family Interview – schedule before or after enrollment, in which you and your student will meet with one of the Directors or Administrator.  This interview gives opportunity for you parents and students to ask any questions you have, and for you to inform MGA administration of any aspect of the student’s learning characteristics and background that may affect his/her experience at MGA.

August Family Orientation Night – Parents and students will meet teachers, view classrooms, receive course handouts/year overview from teachers, pay tuition and fees, purchase MGA shirts, learn about Student Council, Parent Association, and the Friday Enrichment Program.

Parent Academy – a training session for parents, held one evening in August.  MGA Directors and Administrators train parents in how to support their students at-home work, MGA policies, how the curricula is used, teacher expectations, and other aspects of this partnership.

MATERIALS – Parents should purchase ALL required curricula and school supplies before the first day of school.   You will receive a Curricula list in the Family Interview.

If you have any questions, contact: