How to Apply

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  • Application for Admission

    Western Christian School’s Application for Admission is available online by applying here  In order to complete the online application you will be asked to create a user account on, which is Western Christian’s student information software. There is a $75 non-refundable application fee required when submitting an application.  Students may be admitted during the school year if openings are available.

    In addition to the Application for Admission, the following documents are required to complete your student’s admission file:
    • Copy of most recent report card (or high school transcript)
    • School Principal/Vice Principal Reference Form
    • Teacher Reference Form
    • Copy of latest standardized testing results (e.g. Stanford, Star, Terra Nova, etc.)
    • Copy of current Immunization records
    • Copy of Birth Certificate (K-8)
    All of these items can be uploaded directly to your student’s “Admissions Progress” page. These may also be mailed, emailed, faxed, or dropped off to the Admissions Office.

    The reference forms are located in your student’s “Admissions Progress” page in your account in  You will need to add the name and email address of the person you are requesting complete the reference forms and click submit for each reference form requested.  The reference form will be emailed as an attachment to the individual and will be returned directly to our Admissions Office.

    Please note: Reference forms are confidential and by submitting the application for admission you acknowledge your understanding that the information obtained in all reference forms will be held in strict confidence and you waive your right to access information provided on the reference forms.  All information provided on reference forms is confidential and will be seen only by Western Christian School personnel for admissions purposes.
  • Testing

    Once the Application for Admission and the above documents have been submitted, we will contact you to schedule an appointment for your student to take an assessment test.  Testing for Kindergarten and 1st grade is a readiness assessment which will focus on motor skills, language skills, basic math concepts, and social skills.  The testing for 2nd-8th will focus on mathematics, reading comprehension, grammar, and will include a writing sample. Transitional Kindergarten students will not be required to complete any admissions testing.
  • Finalizing Enrollment

    Once you have completed the admissions process a tuition contract will be sent to your account. Completion of the tuition contract and a non-refundable $50 tuition deposit will secure your child's enrollment at Western Christian Schools.

Affording Western Christian School

Over 28% of WCS’ families receive tuition assistance each year. At Western Christian Schools, we strongly believe that Christian education is not a commodity. It’s a ministry. It’s a commitment. It’s a connection – a connection between your child’s needs and your family philosophy and our philosophy.

That’s why at Western Christian Schools, the first and most important consideration is what is best educationally for your child. All other considerations are secondary. But money IS important, and tuition is an investment into the life of your child. That’s why Western Christian Schools has one of the most robust needs-based tuition assistance program to assist families who demonstrate a financial need through our FACTS process. FACTS is an online, third party vendor that is highly confidential. Their goal is to assist in determining a financial need for our families. Our goal is that money will not stand in the way for qualified families.

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Ways to Afford Western Christian

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  • Financing Program

    SMART Tuition Management is the financial payment program for the 
    2019-20 school year. 

  • Tuition Assistance Program

    The cost of education can be a hardship for some so Western Christian Schools offers a tuition assistance program to assist families with the cost of tuition. Tuition assistance applications are available online by clicking: here  and must be submitted by April 15th (current families), or within twenty (20) days from submittal of application form (new families). FACTS provides Western with financial recommendations. However, Western’s Financial Aid Committee reviews the entire family situation, in addition to the financial recommendation, before awarding tuition assistance.

    Jacqui Doolittle
    Student Accounts Coorinator
    Claremont Campus, TK-8th
    909-291-4700 ext. 3007

    *Tuition Assistance is available for TK (Claremont campus) through 12th grade only.
  • Pastor Discount

    Western Christian Schools is proud to offer a 50% tuition discount to the children of full time pastors.
  • Tuition Schedule

    Please fill out the form here or contact our offices and we will provide you with the current information.

    High School • (909) 920-5858
    100 W 9th St. Upland, CA 91786

    Kindergarten through 8th Grade • (909) 624-8291
    3105 Padua Avenue Claremont, CA 91711

    Claremont Campus Preschool •  (909) 626-1377
    3105 Padua Avenue Claremont, CA 91711

    Upland Campus Preschool • (909) 920-5350
    242 West 9th Street Upland, CA 91786

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Admissions Coordinator

Melissa Hoefferle, TK-8th Admissions Coordinator
3105 Padua Ave. Claremont, CA 91711
Office (909) 291-4702
Fax (909) 624-0651
District Offices
(909) 624-8291
100 W 9th St.
Upland, CA 91786
Western Christian Preschool Claremont
(909) 626-1377
3105 Padua Avenue Bldg P
Claremont, CA 91711
Western Christian Preschool Upland
(909) 920-5350
242 West 9th Street
Upland, CA 91786
Western Christian Schools K-8
(909) 624-8291
3105 Padua Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
Western Christian High School
(909) 920-5858
100 W 9th St.
Upland, CA 91786
Western Christian Schools admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.