How to Apply
The Admissions area of our website is designed to make the application process as simple as possible using our Online Application.
When to Apply
Applications for the 2018-2019 school year will be accepted starting February 28, 2018. Enrollment for new families opens March 6, 2018. Class Registration for new families opens April 1, 2018.
Steps to Admission 2018-2019
STEP ONE: Attend an Information Meeting at PCLA
STEP TWO: Review materials on our website and discuss and pray as a family.
STEP THREE: Complete the on-line application, along with 2 recommendations and submit with $50 per student Application Fee. This is a one-time *nonrefundable fee.
STEP FOUR: Letter of Acceptance will be sent by email with enrollment instructions. You will then fill out the on-line enrollment forms and pay the $100 enrollment fee (for the first child) to enroll in our program. The enrollment fee for each additional child is $50. The enrollment process is wholly separate from the admissions process.
STEP FIVE: Register for classes through our online registration portal.
STEP SIX: Receive confirmation from registrar of class registration via email. Class Deposits are now due. For a schedule of all other payments due, please see our Tuition and Fees Schedule.
STEP SEVEN: Required textbooks and uniforms may now be purchased.
PCLA REFUND POLICIES:
All Application and Enrollment Fees are non-refundable.
Class Deposits are non-transferable.
Class Deposits will be refunded for any course canceled by PCLA.
Class Deposits will be refunded on any class dropped within two weeks of class registration.
There will be a $25 charge to change your students schedule after the two-week grace period.
Tuition is only refundable/exempt if a family experiences death in their immediate family, loss of work or job transfer out of the area, a student’s extended illness, or for any course canceled by PCLA. The full financial obligation for registered classes occurs when a signed financial commitment form is submitted to PCLA during the on-line enrollment process. Dropping a class or withdrawal from PCLA does not alter that financial obligation.
If you decide to withdraw your student from a class or the entire program, any tuition payments made on the first day of the class will be refunded only if you withdraw from a class after its first meeting. After the first week of class (before the second class), no refunds will be made if you choose to withdraw from a class. If you have opted to pay biannually or monthly, the balance of your tuition due for the year will still be due to PCLA if you withdraw your child.
All fees are nontransferable from student to student. Any requests for exceptions to these refund policies should be made in writing to the PCLA Board of Directors for consideration.