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Selecting the best school for your child is an important decision and we are honored that you are considering Orangewood for a Christ-centered education for your child.

Academic excellence is our first and foremost goal for your child and is at the core of our college preparation. Your student will be challenged and mentored by knowledgeable faculty through a variety of classes and curriculum. Orangewood strives to provide each student with a unique schedule that will focus on their individual God given gifts and talents.

We invite you to visit Orangewood today.  Please contact our Admissions Director, Joyce McDonald by email or at 407.339.0223 to schedule a customized campus tour. We are eager to meet you and welcome the opportunity to walk through our admissions process together. Come see for yourself what thousands of other families and students have already received—the Orangewood Blessing!

Admissions CRITERIA

One parent or guardian is a professing believer of Jesus Christ and agree with the school's statement of faith. If the other parent is not a professing follower of Christ, he or she understands, accepts, and supports the school's Christian philosophy of education.

One parent actively participates in a local Christian Church.

Orangewood Christian School represents over 110 different churches in the Central Florida Community.

Orangewood believes that God has uniquely gifted each child.  We admit students to the Orangewood community who are willing to strive for academic success, to grow in their faith, and to serve in the community and beyond. 

We use the following as guidelines for enrollment:

Lower School (Grades K-6), report cards must show grade level or above performance across all subjects.

Upper School (Grades 7-12) must provide transcripts for evaluation. Cumulative and current GPA must be 2.0 ( C ) or above in academic courses. 

Orangewood placement test scores must be average or above.

Teacher evaluations and report cards must show that the student is an independent learner and has the ability to be successful in a traditional classroom environment.

Orangewood does not accept incoming seniors second semester.

Students and parents must be in good standing with current school.

Teacher evaluations and report card behavioral marks must be favorable.

Families who previously withdrew from Orangewood and did not fulfill their tuition contract must clear all financial obligations before an admissions application will be accepted.

All financial obligations to Orangewood must be kept current.

Orangewood Christian School admits students of any race, color, national origin, 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 origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.