Please note, we are a “Discipleship” or “Covenant” school and as such we partner with parents of like faith. Please look at our SCS Parent-Student Handbook as we encourage you to learn about the potential of enrolling your child(ren).   
SCS Parent-Student Handbook 2021-2022 

Admission Process

Please click on one of the links below to find out more about our admission process.
For New Families
For Current Families


Southside Christian School strives to keep tuition affordable for the families of Johnston County and surrounding communities. We accept both the Opportunity Scholarship and the Disability Grant to enable students to attend SCS.  Additionally, the Warrior community contributes through our inhouse Grace Scholarship to provide tuition assistance to families experiencing financial hardships due to unforeseen, temporary circumstances. 

SCS Tuition and Fees 2021-2022


SCS Admission Forms for 2021-2022

ALL K-12 Students must have on file a medical release form.
Student Medical Release 2021-2022
Allergy Action Plan 2021-2022 (if needed)
Before/After School Care Form (if needed)

Other forms needed for new families and are available through our online application process.
Pastor Reference Form
Teacher Recommendation Grades 1-5
Teacher Recommendation Grades 6-12


For All Kindergarten Students

See Kindergarten Letter 2021-2022 for more information.r more Kindergarten Health Assessment
These are available through our online application process.
Kindergarten Teacher Recommendation 
Kindergarten Parent Questionnaire 

Please refer to the Athletic section for required forms to participate in sports with the Middle and High School SCS Athletic Teams.


The Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) expands school choice in North Carolina through scholarship grants for eligible children in kindergarten through 12th grade. This program has historically provided funding of up to $4,200 per year for eligible children who choose to attend a participating nonpublic school. All Opportunity Scholarship applications that meet the income eligibility criteria are submitted as directed by the program.  

The Children with Disabilities Grant Program (CDG) was created by the North Carolina General Assembly to help parents cover approved expenses for children with disabilities who attend school in an eligible nonpublic setting.

For more information about the either program, please read the following document:
Opportunity and Disability Scholarship Program Overview