Admission Process Steps
Please submit a BSA Application Form along with the non-refundable application fee ($50).
- Or in person: 28 Bolt Street, Greenville, SC 29605
- Once your application has been received and reviewed, you will be contacted to schedule an interview. A visit to the BSA campus is an essential part of the process. Your visit includes a personal tour followed by an interview with a member of the Admissions Board. Please allow two hours for your tour and interview. An interview is required for all admission candidates. A virtual interview may be used for out of town applicants. If the school year has already started, the prospective student is also encouraged to shadow BSA for a day.
- Submit the following items:
- A copy of state-certified birth certificate
- SC Certificate of Immunization. All students are required to be up to date on all immunizations.
- A copy of custody decree (if applicable)
- Official transcript: The transcript should be mailed directly to BSA from previous school. Transcript should include at least the past two years.
Submit the items one of these ways:
- Mail form and payment to: BEST Skills Academy, P.O. Box 435, Taylors, SC, 29687
- Scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The BSA Admission Board will discuss the interview and application documents to determine if BSA can meet all the educational needs of your child. You will be informed of a decision within 2 weeks.
- If an enrollment is offered, a $100 non-refundable enrollment fee will be due to secure your child’s reservation. This fee is applied to the first month’s tuition.
- All new students are placed on a 30-Day probationary period. During this time the student will be assessed, and cumulative records will be evaluated. The family and the child must be compatible with the goals of BSA and willing to work cooperatively with teachers and administration in order to continue to be enrolled in the school.
*It is important that parents are forthcoming with any information that may affect an admissions decision. * Students who have been reassigned to alternative campuses for behavioral issues will not be considered for enrollment. Children with severe academic, emotional, or disciplinary problems cannot be accepted. * BSA is a small private school with limited resources compared to the public schools and other larger private schools. BSA will admit students with special educational needs when we believe that we can truly serve and educate. * Parents wishing to enroll a child with special educational needs, must present an official diagnosis, Individual Education Plan used and any Special Education Evaluations concerning the child. Please bring these to your first meeting with school administration. This information is crucial to determining if BSA can meet the needs of your child while maintaining the safety and educational goals for all students. * Students for whom English is a foreign language will be assessed on an individual basis. BSA does not offer an ESL program, so ESL students may be advised to seek other schools, which may be in the better academic interest of the student.