Applying to Cornerstone
We want to do more than just give you the facts about our academic program; we want you to come away with a sense of who we are and what we stand for. We also want to get to know you and your child and make your admissions experience personal, thorough, and enjoyable.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. We look forward to getting to know your family during the admission process!
Cornerstone Preparatory Academy’s academic program is best suited for the average to above average student. In determining admission, the Cornerstone Admissions Committee considers all components of the admissions application, including academic performance, standardized testing, placement tests, personal, academic, and spiritual references, conduct and absentee records, and family interviews.
Cornerstone Prep is a faith-based organization providing an education in a distinctly Christian environment. As a covenant school, therefore, we require that both parents profess to be followers of Jesus Christ, that both parents sign our school’s Statement of Faith, and that the family be active members of a church that is in keeping with that Statement of Faith.
Cornerstone Preparatory Academy makes no distinction in its admission or operating policies with regard to an individual's race, color, gender, or national and ethnic origin because we recognize that there can be no preferential treatment with God (Romans 2:11).
Cornerstone Prep's Statement of Faith is fundamental to basic Christian tenets and contains those doctrines to which we unreservedly adhere and teach. It is our desire to maintain this position and to do so in all fairness to each family. In honoring this desire concerning the outreach of this academy, there shall be no attempt made by parents, students, staff or school board to promote or disparage any doctrinal or denominational beliefs, practices, or positions regarding issues upon which the academy has assumed no official stance. We desire to remain united in the salvation and love of Christ, avoiding the dissension that may be caused by denominational distinctions.