International Students-One of the defining strengths of Life Christian Academy is our excellent, core academic curriculum. Our young people graduate equipped with the skills needed for the high-tech, fast paced world of the 21st century. Our Advanced Placement program allows students to earn college credit while attending high school. Our on-site college counselor provides families with resources and guidance throughout the challenging college application process. Life Christian Academy graduates are accepted at prestigious colleges and universities throughout the United States.
To get a feel for what truly makes Life Christian Academy special, you have to understand the priority we place on spiritual growth and matters of the heart. All students on campus enjoy daily Bible classes, weekly chapel services and ongoing community service projects. Students of all ages are provided missions opportunities where they can live out their growing Christian faith and learn the role of active citizenship. In over 30 years, our school has never wavered in its commitment to our mission…
To develop students who will know and serve the Lord Jesus Christ with all their heart, mind, and strength.
Life Christian Academy is a selective admissions school looking for students whose lives, achievements, and goals best exemplify the mission of our school. Life Christian Academy works in cooperation with families who want their students to participate in a Christian study-abroad program to the United States.
Complete an International Student Application for Admission, along with all International Registration Forms including:
Submit the Application for Admission. The non-refundable enrollment deposit of $250 must be included, along with all International Registration Forms.
A Skype interview will be scheduled once steps one and two are completed, requirements include:
The SEVIS I-20 form is issued by Life Christian Academy after the application process has been completed and the student has been accepted for admission. It is the agency/family responsibility to follow up with the American Embassy to insure the F-1 student visa is issued prior to the student’s first day of school.