Dear Prospective LWCS Parent,
Thank you for your interest in Living Water Christian School. We have been serving families in Fort Bend County for over thirty years, and we accept students from 6 weeks of age through the 8th grade.
Our mission is to provide a quality academic education in a Christian environment that prepares students to find their identity in Christ, to become socially responsible citizens, and to become all God has created them to be.
Curriculum, policies, and activities are based on biblical principles and a Christian worldview. We want to see each student develop academic ability, self-discipline, commitment to and consideration of others, and a solid Christian foundation that will enable him or her to flourish and prosper in the years ahead.
In addition to the core subjects, the curriculum includes art, music, Bible, and Spanish for K5 through 8th grade. We also offer Student Council, academic competitions, and several athletic teams that play at a competitive level against other private schools in the surrounding Houston area. Our academic standards, including our high school graduation requirements are based on the standards of Association of Christian Teachers and Schools as well as the Texas Education Agency.
If you are looking for academic excellence and a Christian atmosphere, you are in the right place. We look forward to getting to know you and your family and to the opportunity to introduce LWCS to you.
The admission procedure is accomplished in the following manner:
The prospective family contacts the school and sets up a tour.
- Online application shall be completed by parents.
- An interview with family and student is required (if 7th grade or older).
- Time is scheduled for testing of student if administration determines it is necessary. A fee is charged.
- Test results, application, transcripts, recommendations and other data, including a withdrawal form are examined by LWCS administration. The family must be in accord with the Christian educational philosophy of LWCS. The administrative staff will determine placement for all students.
- Admission decisions fall into three categories: conditional admission, probationary admission and denial of admission. Conditional admissions are reviewed yearly for continuing enrollment. Probationary admissions are reviewed quarterly for continued enrollment. Denial of admission does not prohibit a student from applying again if deficient areas are corrected.
- Parents are informed of the decision of administration.
- Parents affirm their decision to enroll the student in school by submitting the registration fee. Enrollment is not complete until all required fees are paid and all forms are complete, including current immunization records.
- If application requirements are met, acceptance is based on date of the application.
- Students continuing in Living Water Christian School may re-enroll beginning in January of each year.
- Enrollment is open to the general public in February.
Should scholarships based on need become available, students who are continuing enrollment are given first priority, and members of Church of Living Waters are considered next. Scholarship applications must be requested from an administrator in advance of the school year.