Admissions

How do I enroll?

To begin the admission process in any grade from Kindergarten through Grade 12, interested families schedule a tour and hear a presentation about the school. They also engage in an informal conversation with the principal to gain more information and to have their questions answered.

Interested applicants then fill out the appropriate application form for admission and enclose the $20 application fee.

Applicants are notified by email of their status upon review of the application. Once accepted, they will receive an official letter of acceptance.

Upon a student’s acceptance, parents are asked to submit a registration fee and to commit to monthly tuition payments. If children are transferring from another school, the parents will be asked to fill out a Student Cumulative File Request.

All parents will be invited to a parent meeting (Eagles meeting) in September.

Attendance at this initial Eagles Meeting is required by both parents.

In addition, all first time parents will be required to attend a New Parent Orientation during the week prior to school start in the fall.

Please address any questions regarding the admission process to the Academy Office either in person or by calling (306) 242-5086.

Contact Us

How do I enroll?

To begin the admission process in any grade from Kindergarten through Grade 12, interested families schedule a tour and hear a presentation about the school. They also engage in an informal conversation with the principal to gain more information and to have their questions answered.

Interested applicants then fill out the appropriate application form for admission and enclose the $20 application fee.

Applicants are notified by email of their status upon review of the application. Once accepted, they will receive an official letter of acceptance.

Upon a student’s acceptance, parents are asked to submit a registration fee and to commit to monthly tuition payments. If children are transferring from another school, the parents will be asked to fill out a Student Cumulative File Request.

All parents will be invited to a parent meeting (Eagles meeting) in September.

Attendance at this initial Eagles Meeting is required by both parents.

In addition, all first time parents will be required to attend a New Parent Orientation during the week prior to school start in the fall.

Please address any questions regarding the admission process to the Academy Office either in person or by calling (306) 242-5086.

Contact Us

International Students

Legacy Christian Academy, a K-12 Qualified Independent School, welcomes applications for admissions from international students from Kindergarten through Grade 12. LCA’s curriculum is approved by the province of Saskatchewan and incorporates a Christian worldview.

The school, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, was founded in 1982 and has graduated, over the years, students who have furthered their studies to become lawyers, engineers, doctors, dentists, teachers, nurses, pastors, missionaries, trades people, computer technologists, and business owners. The staff and families at LCA are very proud of the legacy the school has achieved over the past 39 years.

Tuition Costs (Grades 1-12)

Contact us for current tuition information.

Required Documents

• The completed application form, along with a $20 processing fee.
• A copy of the student’s passport
• The student’s latest report card or transcript
• A letter of reference from the most recent school attended
• A “getting to know you” letter of 2-3 paragraphs, may be required of older students.
• Evidence of English competency: writing, reading, and speaking
• Any other pertinent immigration or visa documents

Thank you for considering Legacy Christian Academy.
We are confident your student will feel welcome and safe here.

EAL

LCA offers additional programming for students whose first language is not English. English as an Additional Language (EAL) is provided to improve the English competency of qualifying students whether their skills are at a beginner level or approaching proficiency. Classes involve four areas: speaking, listening, reading, and writing.

Application Forms