Are you looking for a school with a different approach to academic achievement, with Christ at the center of all we teach? Or a school that prepares students to become responsible stewards of their Seventh-day Adventist Christian values, here on earth and for eternity? Captain Gilmer Christian School infuses lesson plans with a biblical focus, and seeks to develop well-rounded, intelligent young people, ready to transform the world.
First, please complete the inquiry form. This allows our admissions team to contact you to answer any questions you may have or to schedule an on-campus tour.
Students and parents should familiarize themselves with the Student Handbook to ensure we are providing an environment where your student can thrive, be happy, and be willing to adhere to our policies and standards.
You will receive an email instructing you how to login to our academic portal to complete the application process. Students may not begin classes until all of the application process has been completed.
Policies and Procedures
Grade Level Determination
New students will be re-evaluated in 30 days from the beginning of school to determine final grade placement. A student transferring from another educational institution is to submit the latest achievement test results and their latest report card. The student may also be tested to determine grade placement.
Kindergarten Admission Procedure
Kindergarten 4 – Child must be 4 years old by September 1 of the school year applying for.
Kindergarten 5 – Child must be 5 years old by September 1 of the school year applying for.
While Captain Gilmer Christian School has been established primarily for the youth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, any student expressing a desire for Christian education is welcome, provided he/she shows due respect for the Word of God, maintains a reverent attitude during religious exercises, and observes all school regulations. The school in no way prohibits students because of religion, race, color, or national and ethnic origin.
All students are required by NC state law to show authorized proof (physician’s signature or clinic stamp) of immunizations for MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), polio, DPT (diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus), and other required NC immunizations before they are allowed to attend school. A copy of this must be submitted to the school to be kept on file, including the child’s name and date of birth.