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A prospective student is eligible for admission if they have met all of our entrance requirements and conditions as follows:

• A student applying for preschool (2 - 4 years) through 5 year old kindergarten
must meet the age requirement by September 1st of that year.
• A student applying for 1st grade must meet the age requirement by
September 1st, must display evidence of passing kindergarten, and
demonstrate readiness for Rainbow Christian Academy's 1st grade curriculum.
• A student applying for 1st - 5th grade must pass an entrance exam & must
provide a satisfactory report card.
• A student applying for 6th-8th grade must pass an entrance exam, must
provide a satisfactory report card & references and have a successful interview.

Nondiscriminatory Statement

Children's Rainbow Day School and Rainbow Christian School admits students of any race, color or national origin and grants to them all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to or made available to all students at the school, 2 years old through the eighth grade.

Getting Started

Call 305-258-0194 to make an appointment.  After you see our campus, staff, and students, we’re sure you’ll want to join our family.

Stop by the office to pick up a registration packet.

When you enroll your child you will need the following items: a completed application and emergency contact card, a copy of birth certificate, driver license, current physical (current within 2 years, documented on HRS Form 3040), Florida Certification of Immunization, Statement of Cooperation, Tuition Agreement signed by all parents or legal guardians, registration fees, and book fees.  Students & parents of students entering 2nd-8th grade will be assigned an interview session with the principal. This interview is to determine if the student and parents are in alignment with the schools mission and philosophies. Students entering middle school will also sign the “Standards of Conduct.”