Ready to take the next step? Applying for admission to SCA is as easy as 1-2-3.
1. Schedule an Educational Consultation
Prospective students and parents are invited to take a private tour of our campus prior to enrollment. The consultation will allow you to experience Summit’s friendly atmosphere and meet members of our administrative team.
To schedule an educational consultation, please call our office at 918-251-1997.
2. Apply Online
Begin the process by applying online, then provide the following items to the SCA office:
- Copy of Birth Certificate
- Copy of Immunization Records
- Copy of Transcripts and Testing Records
- Principal Recommendation
- Pastoral Recommendation (7th-12th grades only)
- Student Interview with Superintendent (7th-12th grades only)
Administration will then review all submitted documentation. Upon approval, you will receive an electronic invitation to enroll your student.
3. Enroll Online
- Complete the online Enrollment packet.
- Pay the enrollment, curriculum, and technology fees.
Congratulations! You are part of the SCA Family. More information will be emailed to you at a later date detailing tuition, school supplies, and important dates.
SUMMIT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY IS FULLY ACCREDITED, WITH NO DEFICIENCIES, WITH ADVANCED ED, THE ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS (ACTS), AND THE INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ACCREDITATION ASSOCIATION (ICAA).
SCA is also recognized by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. ACTS is a select group of Christian private schools that require member schools to adhere to the highest standards and is recognized by the National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA), which is formally recognized by the Federal Department of Education.
Every individual is unique, created in the image of God. Summit Christian Academy will admit a child provided that, in the opinion of the school administration, the pupil can benefit from the academic program and activities planned by the school. Summit Christian Academy does not discriminate and shall not tolerate discriminations on the basis of disability, race, color, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, athletics, and other school-administered programs.