Admission Process

Applying at JECA

Thank you for your interest in Jonathan Edwards Classical Academy. The selection and make-up of the school’s student body is second only to staff selection in the impact it has upon the school’s mission.

Our admissions process is as follows:

  1. The first step is to come and visit. Get a tour of the school with our headmaster and see JECA in action. Get a feel for our culture, and watch a class. Most initial tours take about 1-1/2 hours.
  2. Next, complete and submit the Initial Enrollment Application to the office in person, by mail, or via e-mail to admissions@jecanashville.org. The following items must be provided with the application in order for your child to be considered for enrollment.
    • Payment of non-refundable $75 Application Fee
    • A copy of your child’s most recent report card, or if home-schooled, copies representative of his best, original work. If home-schooled, also list curricula used for Math, Grammar, Latin and Literature as applicable.
    • Copies of any standardized testing, and, if applicable, achievement test scores.
    • Pastor’s Recommendation Form (Attachment 2) must have been delivered to your pastor. The instructions for him to return it are included on the form.
  3. Once we have received the application, non-refundable application fee, and other required documents as listed above, the next step is for each child to come in for a Shadow Day with their current grade as well as take an Entrance Assessment to determine final grade placement. Our Enrollment Coordinator will contact you to schedule those dates.
  4. Finally, at this point in the process a decision will be made by our board and/or headmaster concerning your application, and you will be notified by mail. Upon acceptance, these additional items will be required from you within two weeks:

Thank you for your desire to join us. If you have any questions in relation to the Admission Process, we are here to help. Email admissions@jecanashville.org or call 615-876-7291.

“Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil.” – C.S. Lewis