INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ADMISSIONS POLICY
In addition to the school forms which require a signature (as mentioned in the International Students section on our website), the following items must be signed and submitted before admission:
- Academic records from previous school
- Complete health records, including all required immunizations
- Proof of health insurance in USA
- Copy of passport
- Copy of bank statement showing a balance to cover tuition and living expenses
Academic, health and psychological records from the previous school must be received before admission to the Academy will be granted. In addition, a financial bank statement of proof of funds must be received before admission to the Academy will be granted.
After review of enrollment and previous records, you will be notified as to the status of your acceptance. Regular attendance at a Christian church is required of all Academy families and students.
If the class is at its capacity, applicants will be placed on a waiting list.
Tuition and host family payment can be made through bank wire transfers.
High School, Grades 8 through 12, tuition:
Interested families would need to discuss this cost with their agency in their home country. CAWNY has partnered with many international agencies in the past and we suggest contacting our CAWNY liaison if the student is coming from South Korea or Vietnam.
For both South Korea and Vietnam agencies, you can send an inquiry to CAWNYliaison@aol.com.
If you are in a different country, you can contact CAWNY directly (if no agency is involved) by clicking here. If you are working with an agency, please contact your agency to discuss cost.
High School, Grades 8 through 12, F-1 Living Expenses for Host Family: To be determined
Student should have $100 to $200 each month for personal spending.
The Christian Academy of Western New York gladly admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin. All students are given all rights, privileges, exposure to all programs and activities generally accorded and made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and assistance programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.