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The admissions season begins October 2nd for enrollment. We offer rolling admissions for students if space is available.
The admission assessment for applicants is scheduled individually by the Enrollment Office once an application has been submitted.
The application fee for all grades is $125 plus a $75 testing fee.
Orangewood Christian School is currently represented by over 140 different local Christ-centered churches.
The state of Florida offers several scholarship opportunities that assist with private school tuition. Orangewood Christian School requires that all families seek this funding prior to applying for any financial assistance.
Orangewood accepts the following state scholarship program funds: Florida Income Based Scholarship, the Family Empowerment Scholarship (formerly Gardiner Scholarship), The Hope Scholarship, (administered by Step Up for Students, as well as AAA Scholarships), and the John McKay Scholarship. Use this LINK for additional scholarship information.
Orangewood Christian School offers tuition assistance based on demonstrated financial need. All financial information is strictly confidential. Orangewood uses the services of FAST to determine financial eligibility. Aid is not available for K4. For consideration, families must be accepted and enrolled. Aid is awarded based on demonstrated need and the availability of funding and must be re-applied for annually. Orangewood does not award scholarships based on academic or athletic abilities.
Prior to applying for Tuition Assistance, please contact the finance office by emailing Gigi Harris or calling 407.339.0223, ext 243 so we can send you a packet with detailed instructions and discuss any questions you may have.
The admission's committee meets each week to review applicant's complete admissions portfolio.
Oangewood alumni are at four-year public universities, private liberal-arts colleges, Christian colleges, military academies and universities all over the country. Please refer to our School Profile for a list of schools our most recent graduates have been accepted to, and are attending.
The average classroom size from grades K-12 is 17 students per class.
Yes. K4-5th grade Orangewood students wear uniforms. 6th-12th grade Orangewood students have a standardized dress code consisting of Orangewood branded apparel.
All students must be independent with toileting skills prior to the first day of school.
Children must be 5 years of age by September 1.
We strongly encourage you to visit our campus and experience the Orangewood community in person before beginning the application process.
Yes. Aftercare is offered at both campuses.
K4-6th grade students Monday - Friday, until 5:45 pm.
7th-12th grade students Monday - Friday, until 5:30pm.