Now Enrolling for 2017-2018

New Family Application Process

1. Attend a Snapshot Tour

2. Complete the Prospective Family Information Form

3. Schedule an Interview


Buy One Year, Get One Free*

Cornerstone is offering one year of free tuition for new students entering 9th-12th grade with the purchase of one year of tuition at full price.
*Terms and Conditions

Snapshot Tour Overview

We offer "Snapshot Tours" to help educate and inform anyone who has an interest in Christian Education.  The "Snapshot Tour" is a one hour presentation on the history, mission, and vision of Cornerstone.  Guests will enjoy a guided tour of our facility and learn information about our PreK-12th grade programs.  This tour is also a required step for prospective families in our enrollment process.  We can't wait to meet you, so sign up today!


Kathy Young, Enrollment Director

Kathy Young, Enrollment Director

Sara Carlson, Snapshot Tour Leader

Sara Carlson, Snapshot Tour Leader

Ann Warren, Snapshot Tour Leader

Ann Warren, Snapshot Tour Leader

Enrollment Announcements

Enrollment opens December 1st. Priority re-enrollment for current families takes place during December and January. New families who would like to be considered for available seats at the earliest possible time should complete the New Family application in December. All enrollment decisions for December and January applicants will be communicated by February 10th or earlier.

Waiting Lists

Students who are accepted to CCA, but not enrolled due to limited classroom space, will be included among a pool of accepted applicants on the waiting list for that grade level.

Nondiscriminatory Policy

Cornerstone Christian Academy admits students of any race, sex, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, nationality or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and aid programs, or athletic or other school-administered programs