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· Is MCS a non-denominational school?
MCS is a non-denominational school with 20 area churches making up the student body.
· Is there tuition assistance?
Yes, tuition assistance is available. For an existing student, the paperwork must be in before the end of April. For new students, the paperwork is due along with the other forms.
· Are there any costs beyond tuition?
Yes, there are certain fees besides the tuition. See the Fees and Tuition page for more information.
· What extra-curricular activities can the students be involved in? (In school/Out of school)
Students have a variety of extra-curricular activities they can be involved in. Whether in or out of school, students are able to play a variety of sports. Volleyball, Cross Country, Soccer, Basketball, Track and Field and Golf are all offered within MCS. MCS has a current co-op agreement with Mitchell High School for Girls Soccer and Football as well. In the Fine Arts department, students can take part in the annual dinner theater as well as pep band (during basketball districts). There also is opportunities for MCS student to take part in the various quiz bowl teams as well as other academic teams. Outside of school, students are able to take part in dance, swimming, theater, and softball.
· Admission requirements?
At MCS, we look for several different things upon admitting a child to our school. The parents must be Bible-believing, Christ-honoring Christians. The parents also must state in writing that they have read and agree with the statement of faith of the school, and both parents must agree to have their children in accordance therewith. The parents must be interviewed by the school administrator and the grade-level teacher of the prospective student. All families should be in active fellowship with a Bible-believing church. Prospective kindergarten students must be five years old by September 1 of the school year. Students which have priority for enrollment are students of school families. We do not feel it is “unchristian” to deny admittance to students who require help from specially trained personnel or those who have a record of serious disciplinary or psychological problems.
· Grading system?
MCS runs on a 4.0 weighted scale.
· What grade levels are offered?
MCS offers grades Preschool through 12th grade.