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Apply to CHCA

We’re thrilled you’ve decided to apply to CHCA. We accept applications on a rolling basis, and everything you need to know about the application process is listed below.

CHCA has partnered with PowerSchool/School Recs for our online application and supporting forms. If you have any questions, contact us at  Our team is here to help.

Steps to Apply

1. Apply Online

Create your PowerSchool account to start your online application.


2. Submit Supporting Materials  (2 steps)

1st: Print this records request and submit it to your school.

2nd: Use your PowerSchool login to electronically request recommendations. In the Transcript Center, be sure to select the recommendations required for the grade to which your child is applying.

Request Recommendations


3. Admission Testing

There is no testing requirement for PK and Kindergarten screenings are scheduled by appointment.

The Admission Testing requirement for Gr 1-12 is satisfied by submitting current test scores (Stanford, TerraNova, IOWA, Olsat, CoGAT, MAP, SAT, ACT or P-SAT/ACT) or by taking the ISEE (Gr 7-12).

Talk to your admissions counselor to find the best option for your student.

4. Family Interview

Scheduled after review of a complete application file, qualified applicants being considered for admission are invited to meet one of our principals during a family interview.

5. Notification

Typically within 1 week of the family interview, applicants receive their admission notification. All discussions regarding applications are held in strict confidence and admission decision reasons are not disclosed.

6. Enroll

Applicants receiving an offer of admission are invited to enroll within two weeks of receiving their notification.


Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, and guarantees 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 and ethnic origin in the administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.