Admission Process

Admission

Students who express an interest for a Christian education and a willingness to abide by the standards adopted by the school are invited to apply.  An application form with details of previous school attended and details of parents and or guardians should be filled out. The procedure for admission of new students includes:

  • A home visit
  • Interview of parent and student to be
  • A recruitment Camp

They will need to fill out an application that will be reviewed by the Admission Committee. This committee has the authority to accept or deny any application. Parents will be notified of the decision of this committee.

Non-discrimination:

Divine Heritage Christian College does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity or religion in administration of educational policy or applications for admission.  However, all admitted students are requested to abide by the Christian ethos as guided by the Seventh Day Adventist beliefs. 

Divine Heritage College will admit students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students in the school.

Grade Placement:

Transfer in students may be required to take a placement test to ascertain their readiness for the intended grade. Current reports, placement test results, and teacher evaluation will determine grade placement of a student.