For Information regarding 2018-2019, please contact school office
2019-2020 High School New Student Information
Calvary Chapel High School was established to meet the educational, social, and spiritual needs of the children of Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa, pastored by Pastor Brian Brodersen. CCHS is a ministry of CCCM, building up Christian leaders in mind, body, and soul through Biblical truth, character development, and strong academic pursuits, enabling students to serve and enjoy Christ and their community. All of our classes are taught by teachers who love Jesus, love teaching, and love their students. It is our desire to build a solid foundation of knowledge while also ministering to the needs of the whole child. We do not seek those that do not have a respect for or a relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ.
Below you will find some basic information about our school. We encourage you to apply online and make it a matter of prayer. Calvary Chapel Schools admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our schools. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in admissions policies, scholarship, athletic, and other school administered programs.
Calvary Chapel Schools seeks young men and women who will benefit from a college preparatory, liberal arts education taught by teachers who are knowledgeable and passionate about their field of study, compassionate and excited about the students they teach and substantial in their Christian faith, thought and character. Candidates for admission are considered on their academic record, discipline records, standardized test scores, evident enthusiasm for learning and a personal interview that evaluates the student's and parental support of the vision and mission of Calvary Chapel Schools. All students must have a desire to attend Calvary Chapel Schools and agree to honestly and wholeheartedly apply themselves. They also agree to be courteous and respectful to their peers, staff, faculty and others. Calvary Chapel Schools reserves the right to select students and families based on their worldview, lifestyle choices, academic performance and personal qualifications including the willingness to cooperate with the Administration and abide by the school policies and mission.
Applications: Online applications are available now. The link to apply is at the bottom of this page. High school applicants are required to upload a copy of their most current report card and a copy of their current school transcript. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
Acceptance Process: Once a completed application is received and processed by the Admissions Office, you will be contacted by the Admissions Department for an interview.
Open House: The entire campus will be on display at our Open House on Thursday March 14, 2019 beginning at 5:00 PM. High school rooms will be open from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
School Year: We have a traditional school year, September – June.
Tuition and Financial Grant & Aid: Please refer to the tuition tab.
Enrollment Fee: The yearly enrollment fee of $485 per student includes materials, yearbook, and curriculum. Books must be purchased separately. No portion of this fee is refundable.
Dress Code: Students are required to wear collared polo shirts and pants. Please refer to the Parent/Student Handbook for details.
Books: Textbooks, workbooks and ebooks will be available for online purchase in early July. Cost will vary depending on classes taken. Reference our website at calvaryschools.org for the 2019-2020 book list after June 1st.
Extra Curricular/Athletics: All students pay a required ASB fee which gives them free entry to all league home sporting events, participation in various school sponsored activities, a class t-shirt for pep rallies, and a school planner. Calvary Chapel High School has a full athletic program. There is a general athletic fee for any student that plays a sport as well as spirit pack fees which vary depending upon the sport. Programs such as photography, drama and various other activities are available. Costs vary.
Car Pools/Parking: Parents interested in carpooling may submit an information card. The car pool information cards are indexed by city and then made available to parents to refer to in the elementary school office. Parents may then make their own contacts and arrangements. High school students who drive to school must obtain a parking permit and park in designated areas.
Spiritual Life: Bible study, prayer, and worship are a part of student life at school. Students attend chapel weekly and Bible classes are included in our required classes for graduation. During the school day, students are encouraged to seek the Lord’s will in every situation in their lives.