Applying to Berks Christian School
Please contact Rebekah Klase (610-582-1000) with any questions about our admissions process.
HOW Do I Apply to Berks Christian?
Applying to Berks Christian is a simple process. Select your division from the list to the left to get the details. We've laid out the steps for you to follow. It all starts with the Educational Consultation.
How much is tuition?
We'll go over the details of tuition when you come visit for your educational consultation. Our goal is to make Christian education affordable for as many families as possible. Last year, we gave out just under $250,000 of scholarship and financial aid to eligible families. Come in for a consultation and we'll help you discover how to make Christian education affordable for your family.
HOW DO I GET HELP PAYING FOR TUITION?
Financial aid is granted to BCS families on an individual, need-based basis. We work hard to establish partnerships with businesses and donors that help make Christian education a reality for as many families as possible. Families wishing to apply should begin their application by visiting the FACTS website.
Can my student ride the bus?
Transportation for students is provided by neighboring public school districts. The following schools provide transportation to BCS:
- Pottstown (up to 5th grade)
- Schuylkill Valley
- Twin Valley
- Antietam (up to 6th grade)
- Daniel Boone
- Governor Mifflin
- Owen J. Roberts
Some districts bus at mid-day for half-day Kindergarten, but others do not. Call your district for specific details. Students are permitted to drive to school only if they are registered with the office. Parents are also welcome to drive their students to and from school.
Ready to get started?
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Berks Christian School admits students of any race, color, national origin, 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 origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.