Learn more about our admissions process and how to apply to Good Shepherd Academy

Admissions Process

Are you interested in learning more about preschool at Good Shepherd Academy? Start the admissions process today.

Visit our campus.

Tour our classrooms, walk our hallways, meet our principal. We'll share with you our educational philosophy and beliefs and answer all your questions.

Submit an application.

After your tour, you may formally request an application to GSA. As part of the application process, you'll submit:

  • General school application
  • Submission of the $25 application fee (non-refundable; per family)

Complete enrollment.

Once we accept your application, we'll request a number of documents to complete enrollment, including:

  • Report cards from previous two years
  • Test scores
  • Recommendation form (For 1-8th grade)
  • Behavior reports
  • IEP or 504 plans

*Immunization records and a physical are required for each child by the State of Florida. Upon acceptance, parents must fill out required forms (enrollment contract, medical information, emergency contacts, etc...) on SchoolCues.

GSA administration will then schedule an entrance exam ($25 fee) and meeting with our principal.

Admissions Policies

Our admissions policy opens our school to families who understand and are supportive of our philosophy, objectives, and standards of education, and whose children meet our enrollment requirements.

It is our prayer that what we teach aligns with your beliefs and ideals. Our staff is committed not only to academic excellence, but also to teaching students how to apply the truths of God's Word to every aspect of life.

Good Shepherd Academy admits students of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities accorded or made available to students at the school.

Additional information and school policies are available in our school handbook.

Do you have questions?

Do you have questions about our admissions process or how to get started with Good Shepherd Academy?

We'd love to answer them.