The LRCA Application Process

1. Campus Visit

Whether it's a private tour or an open house, come see the Little Rock Christian Academy campus for yourself! At this time you will be able to visit with a member of the Admissions Team to discuss your family’s needs.

2. Online Application

Begin by Creating an Account to complete our online admissions application.

3. Student Shadow

Once you have toured, and submitted an application, grades 5 through 12 are welcome to experience a day in the life of an LRCA student. All shadow days are arranged on student chapel days. If you've toured and submitted an application, click here to experience a shadow day at LRCA!. 

4. Records

Records Release Request - this allows LRCA to access your current school records. This is required for all applicants in grades K5-12. Please submit this release directly to your child's current school. 

5. Student/Parent Interview with Principal

Once the above items have been received the student’s file is complete and will be ready for review. Upon completion of review you will be contacted by a principal to schedule an interview.

6. Welcome Warriors

Once the admission process is finalized, new families are asked to attend one of our "Welcome Warriors" events. This is a 90 minute orientation for new families attending Little Rock Christian Academy. This event is held before the start of school in August. It is an excellent way for families to acclimate to the culture and expectations for citizens of Warriorville.

NON-DISCRIMINATORY ADMISSIONS POLICY: LRCA is committed to providing equal educational opportunities for students without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin. It does not unlawfully discriminate in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other School administered programs. As a private religious institution, however, LRCA reserves the right to deny admission to any applicant whose academic preparation, character or personal conduct is determined to be inconsistent with the purposes and objectives of the School.