We are excited that you are considering Toledo Junior Academy (TJA) among your private Christian academic options in the Toledo area.
Please check our admission information bellow:
Non-Discriminatory Policy: Toledo Junior Academy welcomes students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, or gender, who want a quality Christian education, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students. The school makes no discrimination in administration of education policies, application for admissions, scholarship or loan programs, and athletic or extra-curricular programs.
Application: Those who present themselves for admission to Toledo Junior Academy will adhere to the following guidelines:
- Submission of the application form.
- Interview with the parents and student.
- Submission of current medical records with up-to-date immunizations.
- Submission of past school records from all previous educational institutions, including official home school records.
Grade placement will ultimately be determined through evaluation, testing, and parent/teacher conferences. Likewise, placement in levels of certain subject areas such as reading and math will be determined through placement testing, regardless of levels completed in previous years.
Admission is granted based on available space, testing results, interviews and written recommendations.
Effective 2009 - 2010 EdChoice students entering grades K - 2 will be considered for admission. Students who are not on Academic probation and who meet behavioral expectations (see pages 11-14) may continue through eighth grades. Older siblings of students in grades K - 2 may be considered on an individual basis. Grade placement of all students is determined by the Toledo Junior Academy administration.
Entrance age: Each student entering Kindergarten must be five years of age on or before August 1st of that year. Students entering the first grade must be six years of age on or before August 1st of that year.
Physical Examinations: Health forms and immunization records must be completed for any new student and updated for any returning student as required by the Ohio Department of Health.