We are here to assist you with the three stages of our admission process. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
We would love to have you and your child(ren) tour our school, preview our classes, or join us for an event! After the tour, you'll be able to ask questions and pick up an information packet with application materials. (For your convenience, most of the forms in the packet are also available on this website. You may download and print the PDFs if you would like to complete some paperwork early, or if you misplace any forms.)
Plan to attend one of our Spring 2022 Walk-in Wednesdays! These visitation days are April 6, 20, and May 11.
After we have had a chance to meet with you for a school tour, these items will need to be completed in order for your child to be considered for acceptance:
Upon acceptance for enrollment, please complete the following items to conclude registration:
|Items Required:||Instructions and Exceptions:|
|Financial Information Form||Complete one form per family.|
|Fee Schedule and Policies||Pay the fees as outlined in the Fee Schedule.|
|Financial Agreement||The Principal/Business Manager will complete this form for each family to be signed by a parent/guardian.|
|Compliance Form||Complete one form per student after reading the Student Handbook.|
|Virginia School Entrance Health Form||Complete page 1 of the form for each child. Submit to your medical provider to complete pages 2-4. A health examination taken within 12 months prior to the first day of school is acceptable.|
|Copy of Birth Certificate||Present the child’s original birth certificate to be copied in the school office. Please note that Virginia law requires: “An official certified copy of the child’s birth record must be provided. (A photocopy of the child’s birth certificate will not meet this requirement.)”|
|Photo Usage Consent||Complete one form per family.|
|Continuing Consent to Treatment||Complete one form per student.|
Please Note: All new students are admitted on a probationary status for one grading period (9 weeks). During this period, the student’s academic progress and behavior will be evaluated to determine if SVAE is able to meet the student’s needs and if the student is making a positive contribution to the school program.
Shenandoah Valley Adventist Elementary School admits students of any race, color, ethnic background, country of origin or gender; proffers all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally available to students; and, makes no discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnic background, country of origin or gender in administration of education policies, application for admission, scholarship programs, and athletic or extracurricular programs.