Kyiv Christian Academy is a private K-12 grade Christian international school in Kyiv, Ukraine that uses an American-style educational program to prepare students for entry into North American universities. We serve a unique community and we have high expectations of our students.
Priority for Admission
Current students and new applicants from Sponsoring Missions have first priority for admission.
Current and new students of KCA staff.
Current and new students of missionaries called to the Kyiv area.
Current and new students of the expatriate community of Kyiv.
Current and new students from local families who speak English as a foreign language (EFL), with priority determined by English placement testing.
Special circumstances may dictate that we limit class size and composition in order to achieve the academic objectives set by the school board.
The school reserves the option to decline admission to any student for any reason.
Parent Partnership with KCA
Before a student is admitted, parents should understand and agree with KCA’s Christian philosophy of education. They must agree to a partnership relationship with KCA in the education and training of their child/children. Parents also must promise to fulfill their financial commitments to the institution. Parents must sign an Annual Parent Agreement with KCA.
All middle and high school students must agree to abide by KCA’s rules of conduct and cooperate with the school staff.
Eligibility for Admission
KCA strives to provide a quality education for all learners. However, the general education program is not equipped to meet the needs of students with disabilities. KCA can only provide educational services according to the qualifications of current faculty members. Some examples of support needs that we are not currently able to provide are:
Children with severe learning disabilities
Children with orthopedic or other health impairment
Emotionally disturbed children
Students with a history of misbehavior or who struggle to follow the expectations and ethical guidelines of KCA
Students with a record of discipline issues, multiple suspensions or expulsion.
Because of limited resources, KCA is not equipped to meet the needs of the following students:
Children with severe learning disabilities or children with Down Syndrome
Severely physically handicapped children
Emotionally disturbed children
Students with a history of misbehavior or who demonstrate a reticence to abide by and uphold the rules of KCA
Students with a record of discipline, expulsion, and suspension problems
Criteria for Admission
Applicant conforms to admission policy
Space in the classroom is available to offer adequate services
Adequate staff is available to keep a staff-student ratio, typically, of one staff member to 15 students
The staff is comprised of members with the strengths to deal with any special needs the student might have
Proper application, student forms, student records, test results (if necessary), and record of initial payment are on file
There must be a sending organization or local church to which missionary families are accountable
Kyiv Christian Academy exists to help fulfill the Great Commission by partnering with missionary families to offer a quality education in the English language within the framework of a Biblical worldview.