Peace Officers for Christ
Academy Admission Requirements for 2020
An applicant must submit the following items before an admissions decision can be made:
- Official High School Transcripts mailed directly from the high school to Office of Admissions
- SAT or ACT scores – to find out more about these tests please visit their web sites: SAT; ACT
All high school transcripts must be official in order for you to receive an admission decision. You may mail your transcripts or drop them off in person, as long as they remain in the original, sealed envelope from the school. You may also send official transcripts through an electronic transcript service, such as Parchment, eScrip-Safe, or GA Futures. Please do not fax or email transcripts.
SAT or ACT scores must be sent electronically through the College Board or ACT website(s). We also accept SAT or ACT scores that are printed on your official high school transcripts along with the test date. All SAT or ACT subjects must have the same test date. Please do not fax or email score reports.
The following items may be faxed, emailed, mailed, delivered in person.
It can take 1-2 weeks for our office to receive your transcripts, scores, and other documents. Therefore, we recommend you send all required missing documents/supplemental items at least one month before our deadline.
We are accepting the Redesigned SAT’s scores for admission applications.
All required documents to determine admission eligibility MUST be received no later than the established term application and document deadline date. This deadline Date is December 1, 2019
Students who attend high school outside of the United States must submit their high school transcript for foreign credential evaluation. We accept evaluations from any current member of NACES, http://www.naces.org/, but we recommend using the Josef Silny Evaluation Service in Miami, FL., http://www.jsilny.com/
Make the Right Test Score
24 Reading Test 17 English Test
450 Math Test 17 Math Test
Take the Right Courses
All freshman applicants must satisfactorily complete the required subject units of the Required High School Curriculum (RHSC) or College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC)* and graduate with a RHSC/CPC diploma.
|Subject||RHSC units (17)||CPC units (16)*||Course Content|
|English||4||4||Emphasis on grammar and usage, literature (American, English, World) and advanced composition skills|
|Mathematics||4||4||Math I, II, III, and an advanced math OR Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry and an advanced math|
|Science||4||3||At least one laboratory course from the life sciences and one laboratory course from the physical sciences|
|Social Science||3||3||At least one course focusing on United States studies and one course focusing on world studies|
|Foreign Language||2||2||Two units of the same language (including American Sign Language) emphasizing speaking, listening, reading, and writing|
Putting it All Together
Students must have a minimum Freshman Index of 2120.
Freshman Index Formula:
SAT*: Freshman Index = (500 x Academic High School GPA) + (Critical Reading SAT* + Math SAT*)
ACT: Freshman Index = (500 x Academic High School GPA) + (ACT Composite x 42) + 88.