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Admissions
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The Tracy Seventh-day Adventist School is a Christian school with high ideals and objectives.  Enrollment is a privilege granted to qualified students by the School Board.  It is mutually agreed that every student who presents themselves for admission to the school thereby pledges to observe willingly all its regulations and to uphold the Christian principles upon which the school is operated.  It is also understood that to break this pledge the student forfeits enrollment.  It is a part of the student’s contract to perform willingly and cheerfully all duties assigned in connection with the school.

The primary criterion for accepting students is the degree of commitment on the part of the parent/guardian and student to the philosophy of the school.  Families of prospective students are asked to read all materials presented to them, including this bulletin.  After reviewing the materials, an interview with the Principal will be scheduled.  At times it is also necessary to include the Pastor in our interview process.  If the parent/guardian and student agree to support the program, the student will be considered for enrollment. Records for all transfer students will be requested from previous schools attended reviewed by the principal.

Admissions

Guidelines

Enrollment Process

Student Handbook

Dress Code

Students in Class
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At A Glance

  • Full academic program, K-8
  • Small class sizes - private school setting
  • Individualized instruction
  • Challenging curriculum
  • Smart Boards in main classrooms
  • Educational field trips
  • Committed to Christian values
  • Nurturing environment