From the minute you walk through our doors, we want you to see and feel the difference at ASCS. We hope you feel the warmth of our teachers and staff, smile as you watch our students laugh and skip down the halls. But most of all, we pray you feel the Lord's presence in our buildings as He is the foundation of everything we do!
The entire admission process for Atlantic Shores is completed online. Your first step is to fill out a short inquiry form on this page. An Admission Director will be in touch with you by the next business day. She will answer any questions you have, schedule a tour of our facilities, and walk you through the online admission system.
We are so excited that you are considering joining the Atlantic Shores family. Please let us know if we can assist you in any way by reaching out to our Admission Directors.
Elementary (K3-6), Mrs. Robin Arends, (757) 479-1125, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secondary (7-12), Mrs. Cindy Hudgins, (757) 479-9598, email@example.com
Being a student at ASCS is a unique privilege. As students and parents consider making ASCS their choice school, the following standards must be kept in mind:
The student's behavioral standards at school must extend to his/her life away from school as well. Any use of/involvement with tobacco, drugs, alcohol, cheating, fighting, stealing, lying, or immoral entertainment/ behavior may result in immediate expulsion from ASCS.
All students are accepted on an eight week probationary period in regard to academics and discipline. A student's acceptance is based upon past achievement, a favorable pastoral recommendation, a family interview with the administration, and a signed agreement from parents and students declaring that they will abide by and support the rules, regulations, and standards of ASCS. Please see our Handbook for our full Admissions Policy.
Secondary students must profess Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and be open to instruction from a Christian perspective. It is understood that students should exhibit a definite personal desire to attend ASCS. If the student's behavior or attitude indicates an uncooperative spirit or one that is inconsistent with the philosophy and standards of ASCS, the student will be requested to withdraw. Parents must be united in their belief that enrollment at ASCS is the best thing for their child. It is required for enrollment at ASCS that at least one parent be saved and regularly attending a Bible-believing church. Parents must exhibit a strong desire for having their child taught from a Christian perspective.