KAPA is open to all youth, regardless of religion, race, or national origin. Those who enroll must have a sincere desire to develop mentally, spiritually, and physically.
It should be understood that every student who presents him or herself for admission to KAPA pledges to observe all its regulations, which are outlined in this handbook. The student must be willing to support the principles of conduct upon which Christian education is based and to perform all assigned duties to the best of his or her ability.
In breaking this pledge, the student may forfeit his or her right to attend KAPA and will remain enrolled in KAPA only at the discretion of the faculty and the board.
Admission is based on the following satisfactory criteria:
- Submitting complete and accurate records
Completing each step of the admission process in a timely manner
Passing the entrance exam
Completing the US equivalent of 8th grade or graduating from middle school with at least a GPA of 2.5
Passing the National Qualification exam for middle school (from those attending school in Korea)
To pass the entrance exam, a student’s English must be at least at a middle school grade level, and his or her math skills must be at least at a 9th grade level.
KAPA reserves the right to assign students to the level deemed most suited to their English needs and previous academic performance. It also reserves the right to either promote or demote students based on their academic performance once they have enrolled. Late-accepted applicants will be placed on probation for their first semester at KAPA.
When the forms are submitted, KAPA will review each students' form and set up a time for students to complete the following steps:
- Placement Test
- Financial clearance
Every new student should complete the following form:
- Parent, Student, Teacher Contract
- 2 Recommendation Letters
- Submit Transcripts
Once all the requirements are met, you can become a part of the KAPA Family!