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Conway Christian School is excited to invite you to join our school community. Your student will gain a Christ-centered, college preparatory education that produces leadership, discipline and a passion for Jesus Christ.

Conway Christian School’s Steps to Enrollment are as follows:

1. Inquire
Complete the online admission inquiry form. Let us know you’d like to learn more!

2. Tour
We invite you to attend a school informational tour to experience our beautiful campus. See for yourself the many opportunities available at our school. All visits require a scheduled appointment. Please contact our Director of Admissions at (843) 365-2005 or complete our online inquiry form.

3. Apply
Create an online account and complete the online application. Your application should also include the nonrefundable application fee of $150. This is a per student fee.

4. Document
Along with the online application, required and applicable student records should also be submitted.

5. Test
After your application, fees and records are received, you’ll be asked to schedule your child for placement testing. This testing allows for the assessment of your child’s individual needs. A $50 fee applies. Testing requirements apply to rising 1st grade through 12th grade students. Not applicable for pre-K through K5.

6. Review
Your application, records and testing results will be reviewed accordingly. We’ll be in touch soon!

7. Meet
Once a review of all application materials is complete, you will be contacted to schedule an interview with the Admissions Director and Head of School.

8. Enroll
Acceptance decisions are made within one week of the interview. Once accepted, enrollment should be completed through the school’s FACTS Family portal along with the creation of a FACTS account.

Conway Christian School admits students of any race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Conway Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of its educational policies, scholarship, and other school-administered programs.