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As space is available, Quisqueya Christian School is open to English speaking students interested in

securing a Christian education, from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade, whom the school

finds qualified for admission and who agrees (and whose parents agree) that he or she shall abide

by QCS rules. It must always be understood that attendance at Quisqueya is a privilege and not a

right. Any student who does not conform to the school’s standards of conduct and/or who is

unwilling to adjust to our environment must forfeit the privilege of being a QCS student.

QCS admits only students who are living with at least one of their parents. The children must be

English speaking and must meet the age requirement. Students applying for Pre-Kindergarten must

be 4 years old by September 1st of the year applying; students applying for Kindergarten must be 5

years old by September 1st of the year applying, and students applying for First Grade must be 6

years old by September 1st of the year applying. All students must test at or above the grade level in

which they are applying, though exceptions may be made by the director, the principals, or the

admissions committee.


QCS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to 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 admissions policies, and other

school-administered programs.


QCS reserves the right to select students on the basis of academic performance, religious

commitment, lifestyle choices, and personal qualifications including a willingness to cooperate with

QCS administration and to abide by its policies.


The admissions process begins in early April. Interested parents are directed to

http://quisqueya.org/admissions/application/application or to the office between 8:00-3:00

Monday through Friday for an application packet. The parents complete the packet, including

student medical records, former school records, standardized testing, and copies of the child’s birth

certificate or passport for students applying for entrance into Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and

Grade 1. Once the application packet is delivered to the school office, it is the parents’ responsibility

to call the office for a response about testing. Most students will take the admissions test, but

testing may be waived if transcripts and standardized testing indicate that the student is at grade