- Applications are accepted beginning December 1 of the year preceding the year for which application is being made. Testing occurs January through May.
- Family interviews, including the student candidates, are scheduled when all required application materials are received and testing is complete.
- Letters notifying applicants of admission decisions are sent in March and April. While VFS continues to accept applications all year, many classes are full following the first round of acceptances in March. To be considered in that group of applicants, all application forms and fees, testing, and the family interview should be completed by March 1.
- If an applicant is qualified to attend VFS but there are no spaces available in his or her grade, the applicant’s name will be placed on a waiting list. Waiting lists are not prioritized lists. When and if an opening becomes available, the Admission Committee will convene and select the most appropriate candidate for the opening.
- Victory Family School gives priority to qualified siblings of current VFS students.
- Students must be 3 years of age before September 1 to start Preschool, 4 years of age before September 1 to start Pre-Kindergarten, and must be 5 years of age before September 1 to begin Kindergarten, no exceptions. All early childhood applicants must be able to care for restroom needs independently.
The mission of Victory Family School is to prepare and equip servant leaders who excel spiritually, academically, and socially. We assist families by providing excellence in academics while instilling Biblical principles in students’ lives so that they might impact the world for Christ. This partnership requires:
- Families who are growing in their Christian walk and are involved in a local church.
- Students whose academic records demonstrate proven capabilities to succeed at VFS. Students should be performing at or above grade level with a minimum of 2.5 average and all passing grades.
- Students whose recommendations demonstrate a behavioral history that matches the behavioral expectations of Victory Family School. Students who have been expelled should not apply until they have completed a successful year in another school.
Student records will be carefully evaluated during the application process. The following testing is required in addition to progress reports and standardized testing from the past two years:
- Preschool & Pre-K Applicants: Developmental assessment administered individually
- Kindergarten Applicants: Kindergarten Readiness Test administered individually
- 1st Grade Applicants: First Grade Readiness Test administered individually and in small groups
- 2nd Grade Applicants and Higher: WRAT 4, Wide Range Achievement Test administered individually and in small groups.