We welcome your interest in Bethany Christian Schools. Bethany Christian Schools admits qualified students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin. Our goal is to make the admissions process simple and straightforward. Below are the steps in the process and links to required forms.
Step 1: Get to know us
We look forward to learning to know your family, and invite you to learn to know our community. Learn about our academic and extra-curricular programming through our website. Call our admissions director to get more information. Schedule a visit, attend an open house, or come to a prospective student visit day. See scheduled opportunities to visit Bethany.
Step 2: Apply online
Complete an admissions application online
You will be redirected to TADS, Bethany's partner for admissions, enrollment, financial aid, and billing accounts. Note that an application fee of $50 per student or $75 per family when applying together will be needed in order to complete the online application.
Step 3: Request items
These items are necessary in order to complete the application process. Contact your current school and request the following items be sent to Bethany's admissions office:
- report cards for at least 3 semesters
- behavior record
- Individualized Educational Plan (if applicable)
- Students Applying for grade 4: most recent SRI and DIBELS scores (plus ISTEP and IREAD-3 scores when available)
- Students applying for grades 5-9: most recent ISTEP or other standardized test scores
- Students applying for grades 10-11: complete high school transcript
Submit to:Admissions DirectorBethany Christian Schools2904 South Main StreetGoshen, IN 46526-5499
fax: 574 533-0150
Step 4: Submit References
References from a teacher and a close acquaintance are required in order to complete the application process. The online admissions process through TADS will prompt you to print reference forms (or you may do so from the PDFs below) to give to those filling out reference forms on your behalf. Printed forms should be submitted to Bethany's admissions office (see contact information above) or via TADS.