Perry Hall Christian School Policies and Procedures

Perry Hall Christian is excited to announce early acceptance decisions to 5th and 9th grades for the 2023-24 school year. Families with students entering 5th and 9th may apply beginning October 15, 2022, and receive an admissions decision by January 31. Application, interview and assessment must be completed to be considered for review. A non-refundable $500 fee will be required within 2 weeks of your acceptance. (This fee is a $400 tuition deposit towards your first payment and a $100 enrollment fee. )

Admission Policies

  1. Subscribe to the Statement of Faith of Perry Hall Christian School.
  2. Parents are fully committed and involved in their child’s education and spiritual formation at PHCS.
  3. The student has been promoted the preceding school year.
  4. The student has a sufficiently positive record of conduct and behavioral adjustment to school to ensure success at PHCS.
  5. The student must exhibit the capability of being able to satisfactorily fulfill the rigorous educational program of PHCS.
  6. Students in grades 5-12 must express a desire to attend Perry Hall Christian School.
  7. Students applying for Kindergarten must be five years old as of September 1 of the school year for which they are applying. Likewise, students applying for K4 must be four years old as of September 1 of the school year for which they are applying.


Please upload or forward to PHCS a copy of your student’s:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Last Year’s Final Report Card
  • Current Year’s Report Card
  • Most Recent Achievement Test Results
  • IEP/IFSP/504 Plan, if applicable
  • $50 application fee, sent directly to the school office

Student Assessment and Family Interview – Upon receipt of your completed application and fee, the Admissions Team will contact you to schedule an assessment and family interview time.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Perry Hall Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,  national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, athletic programs, or other school-administrated programs.