The Best School

for your Child

Moses Lake Christian Academy will


...broaden our students' horizons beyond the classroom and prepare them for success in life. MLCA is a place where children explore their abilities and are challenged to expand their horizons. Our small teacher-to-student ratio encourages students to take risks in exploring their interests and discovering their gifts. 

...offer the very best academic opportunities to fulfill ambitions for life after graduation. MLCA is a place where students interact with remarkable educators on a daily basis. Students who graduate from MLCA will receive a high school diploma recognized at colleges and universities.

...encourage development of strong, life-long friendships with their peers and teachers. MLCA is a place where friendships are made and enduring lessons are learned. Going to school with people from the Moses Lake community helps establish life-long and trusted relationships. Over 90% of our students and faculty return to MLCA every year. a place where Christian values are taught, modeled, and expressed through the school. At MLCA, we effectively blend good education, a safe environment, ample extracurricular activities, and good friends into a cohesive whole - where strong personal values and integrity combine with a Christian worldview to become the cornerstone of a student's life. 

What to Expect

Our application process ensures that we are the right environment for your student - and the family as a whole. It also identifies how we can best serve each student, so that they reach their fullest potential.

Here are the application steps

Step 1 - Complete the Admissions Interest Form

  • To better serve you, we ask that you complete an Admissions Interest Form. 

  • Our school counselor will contact you to schedule a tour and/or answer questions you may have.

Step 2 - Attend an Initial Visit and Tour

  • Get a feel for our campus and our staff. 

  • Meet our administrative staff, ask tough questions, and tour our classrooms.  

  • Take home an application.

Step 3 - Submit an Application

Step 4 - Schedule a Placement Test

  • Testing measures readiness along with acquired knowledge and skills. 

  • The results help us assess grade readiness.

Step 5 - Schedule a Family Interview

  • An MLCA education is a family commitment.  We encourage you to bring all your children to the family interview so we can get to know each other.

Step 6 - Enroll Your Child

  • Welcome to the MLCA family!

Enrollment Expectations

MLCA is a great christian school where families find competent teachers within a professional and strong academic program.

  • Academic Excellence

    MLCA evaluates report cards for grade level performance in all subjects. Report cards should show a consistent effort with no drops in academic or behavioral performance.

  • Behavioral Development

    Students & parents must be in good standing and must not exhibit behavior that is disruptive to the school or the MLCA community. Students & parents must exhibit behavior, both in & out of school, that is consistent with MLCA's Lifestyle agreement.  

  • Spiritual Growth

    MLCA encourages parents/guardians to be professing believers in Jesus Christ and agree with the school’s statement of faith. We encourage students and their parents to attend, & be involved in, a Christ-centered church. Parents signing the admissions application are indicating support & compliance with our statement of faith.

  • Financial Responsibility

    Families who previously withdrew from MLCA and did not fulfill their tuition contract must clear all financial obligations before an admissions application will be accepted. All financial obligations to MLCA must be kept current.

Non-discrimination Policy: Moses Lake Christian Academy, a private educational institution, admits students of any race, color, sex, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Moses Lake Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its education programs, admission policies, financial aid programs, athletics or other school-administered programs.