We know that there are several options for your child’s education in Orange County — we are thrilled that you are considering SVC as a new home.
Our goal is to create an environment where student success is maximized. For this reason, SVC will review applications of potential new students and families based on the following admission standards.
At Saddleback Valley Christian School, we seek to put Christ at the center of everything that we do. While it is not required for students and families to be professing Christians to attend the school, it is important that they understand, and are comfortable with, our Statement of Faith and Christian Mission.
Cumulative and current GPA must be a 2.0 (C average) or above in academic courses. Transcripts and report cards will be reviewed from the past two full years on schoolwork. For grades 1-6, report cards must show grade level or above performance across all subjects.
Placement tests are required for students once they have been admitted to the school to assess grade-level readiness.
Final report cards will be reviewed to ensure the student’s consistent efforts and no drops in academic performance.
The school does not accept incoming seniors for the second semester.
The decision about whether or not a student may repeat a grade lies solely with SVC.
Students and parents must be in good standing with their current school. Teacher and school administrator recommendations will be reviewed to understand any behavioral challenges or difficulties.
Enrolled students and parents serve as ambassadors to Saddleback Valley Christian School and will be held to behavioral standards that are consistent with our Christian values.
Students will not be accepted directly from residential treatment programs or expulsion from other schools. They must successfully complete a full semester in a regular school program prior to being admitted to SVC.
Families are responsible for keeping the balance of tuition and fees up to date. Students will not be able to enroll in classes for the upcoming year until families have met all financial responsibilities.