How to Apply
Open and Rolling Enrollment
Throughout the year, prospective students are able to apply and enroll at Redemption Christian Academy (RCA) because of its open and rolling enrollment policy. This enrollment process allows flexibility for students and provides opportunities for credit recovery and seamless school transfer.
How to apply
- Fill out the Application for Admission (pages 1-2) and sign the Statement of Agreement (page 3). The student should complete the essay outlined on page 2. Submit all items to the Office of Admissions with the $50 nonrefundable application fee. This will begin the application process.
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- Have your child's school send official transcripts to our Office of Admissions. They may be emailed to email@example.com, faxed to (518) 270-8039, or sent regular mail.
- Submit three letters of recommendation. These should be from
a. An English teacher
b. A mathematics teacher
c. A pastor, guidance counselor, or principal
- Submit the medical pages 4-7. Be sure each page is signed properly. Pages 6 and 7 need a doctor's signature. All students are required to have medical insurance. Click here for more information.
- Submit a copy of the student's
a. Immunization records
b.Birth certificate and passport
c. Proof of meningococcal vaccine or waiver form
Download the Waiver Form
- Call Sandra Luraas at the admissions office at (518) 272-6679 to schedule an in person, phone, or Skype interview.
- If applying for scholarship or financial aid, submit income verification.
Send all applications and documentation to:
Redemption Christian Academy
Office of Admissions
PO Box 753
Troy, NY 12181
Fax: (518) 270-8039
Students applying to Redemption Christian Academy should demonstrate the ability and willingness to excel. The admissions committee will consider not only an applicant's transcripts, but also recommendations and personal interview in order to make a decision regarding a student.
Redemption Christian Academy 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 programs, athletic programs, or other school-administered programs.