Homeschool + Private School = Community School
Tampa Christian Community School
  • Step 1: Attend an informational meeting.
  • ​Step 2: Talk and pray about it with your spouse.
  • Step 3: Send in an application with the non-refundable intent fee ($100/child). Applications will be received until March 30. When the intent fee and application is received, TCCS will contact you to schedule a date for the prospective student visitation/testing.
  • Step 4: Your child(ren) will spend a day at TCCS, and be evaluated during their visit. Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be evaluated for academic and developmental readiness. Students in first grade and above will be given a math, reading, spelling and writing assessment to determine their developmental academic placement.
  • Step 5: Family interview. We’d like to meet you and your family, and have you meet us. During the family interview, both parents are required to attend, as well as the students in the family who are making applications to TCCS. The entire process takes an hour.
  • Step 6: Complete the registration packet. Upon acceptance, the registration fee per child is due. The registration fee is based on the day that the application was received. Registration paperwork and the registration fee is due within two weeks of acceptance.
  • Step 7: Start tuition payments. Tuition payments begin June 1 for the 12 month payment plan. If your payment is not received by June 5, then your child(ren)’s space will not be guaranteed.
  • Step 8: Order and review curriculum and order uniforms. Don’t put this off. Curriculum should be purchased no later than June 1. Take time during the summer to get comfortable with the curriculum.​
  • Step 9: Attend parent orientation. We will meet during the day, the week before school begins. This is a time to meet the staff, become comfortable with the curriculum, and prepare for a successful year of learning for your child(ren).

Pre-Requisite 

Parents are required to attend Growing Kids God’s Way (also known as Along the Virtuous Way) parenting course to strengthen the like-mindedness between home and school. Parents who enroll a middle/high school student are required to read TheAge of Opportunity book and participate in the course. 


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