Step 1 | Learn More
Visit our campus and get to know us better! Tour with Tonya Bronson, Director of Admissions, to better understand all United Faith has to offer, see students in action, and speak with our faculty and staff. Campus tours offered every Tuesday at 9:30 am. Plan a minimum of 45 minutes on campus.
Step 2 | Apply Online
Applications are due February 26th for a decision by March 31st. Application fees are due at the time of application.
Required documents will be provided at that time.
• Math Teacher Recommendation Form
• English Teacher Recommendation Form
• Administrator Recommendation Form
• School Reports and Transcript Form
• Standardized Test Scores Required
Step 3 | Assessment or Entrance Exam
All applicants 3rd-12th grade are required to take the Woodcock Johnson Test of Cognitive Ability. Our testing partner, ABC Education, in Matthews, NC, will reach out to you directly to schedule at your convenience. For our younger applicants (TK-2nd grade), an in-house assessment will be scheduled for your child instead of the entrance exam.
International Student Applicants for whom English is not the primary spoken language must have TOEFL scores submitted with their application. Scores must be 60-95 or higher depending on the grade for which the student is applying to enter.
Step 4 | Shadow Day at United Faith
All applicants are required to shadow at United Faith for a half or full day depending on grade. The Office of Admissions will contact you to schedule after application documentation has been reviewed.
Step 5 | Notification of Admissions
You will be notified from the United Faith Office of Admissions regarding your application.
United Faith Christian Academy admits students without regard for race, color, ethnic or national origin and entitles all students to the rights and privileges, programs and activities made available to students at the school. Students are admitted, however, based on their desire for a Christ-centered education and with the understanding that all Christian Standards of the school be upheld. Students are expected to sign a code of conduct at the beginning of the year and to abide by all of the criteria there in.