Dynamic Works Christian Academy is a co-ed independent Christian school located in Chesterfield Virginia we serve students in grades K5-12 all on one campus, Dynamic Works Christian Academy operates on the standard 10 month calendar aligned with Chesterfield Public Schools (Chesterfield Virginia)
After a written application is submitted for each child, an interview is set up with the school administration. During the interview, parents are taken on a tour of the school, shown curriculum materials, and various aspects of the program are explained more fully. Please note: an Application Fee is due at the time of application. (Per Applicant)
Applications are then acted upon by an Admission Committee. In accepting a student for admission to DWCA, the admission committee will consider and evaluate to the best of their ability such things as family cooperation, Christian dedication, church involvement, student cooperation, student academic performance and the reason for wishing to attend DWCA. Each family will be notified by letter of the Admission Committee’s decision. Only those students with an up-to-date immunization record and all applicable signed financial agreements/forms will be accepted for final enrollment and permitted to attend class. A copy of a birth certificate and social security card are requested for our student files. In addition, kindergarten students are required by state law to have current immunizations, a physical, and eye and dental exam.
Non- Discriminatory Policy for Admissions
Dynamic Works Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school administered programs.
The following describes some of the school admissions policies and procedures:
A non-refundable re-enrollment fee required of each student each year.
All children for kindergarten must be 5 years old on or before September 30th for admission into our K5 Program at the time of enrollment, the child must be five years of age or reach his/her fifth birthday on or before September 30th of the school year. Birth certificates must be presented. (No Photo copies allowed)
All new students must have a recent physical examination by licensed physician and the state required immunizations.
Students from all Protestant denominations are admitted but at least one parent must be a “born again” Christian (John 3:3) in agreement with the school Statement of Faith, of an evangelical persuasion, and active in such a church with the child. Pastoral reference forms will also be required from your pastor.
Home-schooled students enrolling at DWCA must present evidence of work completed, attendance records, curriculum samples, achievement test scores, etc. All home-schooled will be tested upon entering DWCA to determine class placement.
Transfer students are tested by means of a nationally recognized test before a student begins classes. A transcript of previous schoolwork is required and grade placement is made at the discretion of the principal.
Academic and Behavioral Standards
Students must exhibit the ability to do regular schoolwork on grade level and to respond to correction and moral teaching. Children with severe academic, emotional, or disciplinary problems cannot be accepted. All new students are placed on an 8-week nonrestrictive probation. The family and the child must be willing to work cooperatively toward the goals of the school to continue to be enrolled in the school.
To continue to be enrolled, a student must exhibit normal academic ability, satisfactory academic achievement, emotional stability, positive social behavior, good moral character and willing cooperation with teachers and administration. The parents must continue to cooperate with school staff in the training and must continue active involvement in their own church. Regular attendance at DWCA meetings and parent-teacher conferences are examples of family support and cooperation. Enrollment at DWCA, as in any private school, is a privilege that involves mutual responsibilities and cooperation.