How to Apply to Union Springs Academy!
Students in grades nine through twelve who express and demonstrate an interest in receiving a Christian education are eligible for admission. No religious test is applied for admission. However, only students who demonstrate respect for the Bible, maintain a reverent attitude toward spiritual things, and conduct themselves in harmony with the standards of Christian education, as upheld by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, should apply. All students must make formal application and receive an acceptance notice before coming to the academy to begin school.
Union Springs Academy admits students of any race, gender, color, religious affiliation or national and ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, religious affiliation or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational or admissions policies, scholarship, athletic, or any other school administered programs.
PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION
1. Send a completed application form (with signatures of parent or guardian and student) to:
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Union Springs Academy, P. O. Box 524, Union Springs,NY 13160.
2. Give a Student Recommendation Form to 3 of the following: the Principal of the previous school, a teacher, employer, pastor, or there non-family acquaintance to complete. Ask them to mail, or fax the recommendations directly to Union Springs Academy. They can also be emailed to email@example.com.
3. Have official transcripts from all previous schools sent directly to Union Springs Academy.
4. Have a student/parent interview with the Admissions Committee.
All new students must apply in advance for admission to Union Springs Academy. The application and other requested materials must be submitted to the Admissions Committee and voted on before admission may be granted.
Students beginning their studies here must be 14 years old before November 1 of the year they enroll. Students wishing to enroll only for the senior year must be 15 before November 1 or have completed their coursework in an accredited school.