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Applications are accepted beginning March 1 of the year preceding the year for which application is being made.
Open enrollment starts March.
Interviews are scheduled when all required application materials are received. Applicants must attend the interview along with their parents.
Current MFCA families re-enroll in January. Admission committees meet in late February. Letters notifying applicants of admission decisions are sent in early March. While MFCA continues to accept applications all year, many classes are full following the first round of acceptances in March. In order to be considered in that group of applicants, all application forms, and the interview should be completed by mid-February.
If an applicant is qualified to attend Mesquite Friendship Christian Academy but there are no spaces available in his or her grade, the applicant’s name is placed in a wait list. Wait lists are not prioritized lists. When and if an opening becomes available, the Admission Committee convenes and selects the most appropriate candidate for the opening. Openings occur throughout the spring and summer, and new students are added to the grades where openings occur.
In a desire to keep current families together, Mesquite Friendship Christian Academy gives priority to qualified siblings of current MFCA students
A child must be 5 years old by Sept. 1 in order to start Kindergarten. No exceptions. All applicants must be able to care for restroom needs independently.
VISITING THE CAMPUS
Dates for Prospective Parent Coffees and All School Previews are available on the mesquitefriendshipca.com website under the Admissions tab, or call 972-285-1966 for information.
7:50 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Extended Care is available for grades Kindergarten-6 for an additional fee until 6:00 p.m.Students may arrive as early as 7:30 a.m. for no additional fee.
The philosophy of MFCA focuses on bringing the home, church and school into a partnership for the purpose of training the next generation. Christian Education is defined as the life-long, Bible-based, Christ-centered process of leading a child into a new identity with Christ, developing a child according to his/her specific abilities given to him by Christ, so that a child is empowered to live a life characterized by love, trust, and obedience to Christ. In keeping with that philosophy, MFCA considers the following:
Families who are growing in their personal Christian walk and are involved in a local Bible-believing church, Mesquite Friendship Christian Academy requires that at least one parent have a personal saving relationship with Jesus Christ.
Students whose academic records demonstrate proven capabilities to succeed at Mesquite Friendship Christian Academy, Student records are carefully evaluated during the application process. Students should be performing at or above grade level.
Students whose recommendations show a behavioral history that matches the behavioral expectations of Mesquite Friendship Christian Academy. Students who have been expelled should not apply until they have completed a successful year in another school.
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