Admissions

Application Process

Welcome to Linfield Christian School!

We are so thankful for the opportunity to partner with you in your child's education. Our Priority Admissions for all grade levels has ended. While our application process is still ongoing, please know that we are currently operating with wait pools in most grade levels.  If spaces become available, the admissions committee will reconvene to review all of the candidates in the wait pool.  Please email admissions@linfield.com for more information.

Step 1 - Come Visit

Schedule a Tour
You can call 951-676-8111 ext.1400 to set up a time with the Admissions Office or you can schedule it yourself.

*We are currently operating with wait pools in most grade levels. 

Schedule Tour
 
Campus Preview Day
Stay tuned for 2022-2023 dates!

Step 2 - Ask Questions

Contact the Admissions Office using any of the following options:

Step 3 - Apply to Linfield

Begin the application process today.
*We are currently operating with wait pools in most grade levels. 

Apply Now

Admissions Checklist

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ section provides answers to some commonly asked admissions questions. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Please contact Linfield's Admissions Office at admissions@linfield.com or 951-676-8111 ext. 1400, and we'll be happy to help.

List of 6 items.

  • What is Continuous Enrollment and how does it work?

    Continuous Enrollment is a process by which every student remains enrolled at Linfield Christian School until they graduate unless the family chooses to withdraw mid-year or opt- out for the following school year. Barring any academic, conduct, or financial issues, each student’s enrollment renews automatically every year, and a continuous enrollment reservation fee is billed each year in February and due in March. Families must submit an “Intent to Withdraw” (opt- out) form in order not to be charged with this fee on their FACTS Account.
  • How do we opt out of Continuous Enrollment?

    In order to opt-out for the following school year, please email admissions@linfield.com. The Admissions Office will send a link to the online “Intent to Withdraw” (opt out) form, which must be submitted prior to the opt-out deadline to avoid a bill for continuous enrollment. Please also review the withdrawal policy if you are considering opting out for the next school year.
  • What is Linfield's withdrawal policy?

    Opt-out, withdrawal, or dismissals of students will be processed based on the following tuition obligation regulations:
    • Opt out by February 20: Full release from contract and tuition obligation. No continuous enrollment fee will be charged.
    • Withdrawal between February 21 and the end of the school year: Full release from contract and tuition obligation. Continuous enrollment fee is forfeited.
    • Withdrawal between the end of the school year and July 31st: 25% of annual tuition obligation and forfeiture of continuous enrollment fee.
    • Withdrawal between August 1 and the end of the first quarter: 50% of tuition obligation and forfeiture of continuous enrollment fees.
    • Withdrawal after the first quarter: After the first quarter, parents are obligated to pay the full annual tuition charge and are not entitled to a refund, credit, or to any other adjustment or reduction in tuition and fees regardless of a student’s absence, withdrawal, or dismissal from Linfield.

    For more information regarding opt-out or withdrawal processes, please email admissions@linfield.com.
  • How does the wait pool work?

    Unfortunately, across most entry points, we have more qualified applicants than spaces. Some applicants may be offered a place in the wait pool when decisions are announced. It is important to respond to the wait pool decision (sent by the Admissions Office) indicating that you wish to keep your child's application in the wait pool. We do not determine the wait pool order based on application submission date; should a space become available, the Admissions Committee will look to the entire wait pool to best fill that particular opening.
  • Do alumni and sibling applicants receive any admissions preference?

    Qualified alumni and sibling applicants do receive preference over an equally-qualified new student to Linfield Christian School.
  • Are Linfield students required to wear school uniforms?

    Yes, all Linfield students (TK-12) are required to wear approved uniform items every day except for spirit days (the last day of week) and during free dress days and special events. Wardrobe items can be purchased from Dennis Uniforms (www.DennisUniform.com) and Lands’ End (www.landsend.com). Use our school name or school code (“DLT” for Dennis Uniform or “9001-0954-7” for Lands’ End) to find approved items. Note: PE Uniforms may be purchased through the Middle School and High School campuses directly or online via Linfield’s online store.  In addition, the school’s on-campus store has many spirit items for sale, including t-shirts, polos, sweatshirts, and other clothing.

Interested in Linfield?

Find out who we are & what sets us apart and make sure to schedule a visit to our beautiful 100 acre campus. We'd love to tell you more!

31950 Pauba Road
Temecula, CA 92592

951-676-8111
info@linfield.com
Linfield Christian School is a T.K.-12th grade college-preparatory private Christian school located on a 100 acre campus in Temecula, California.

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students

The school admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.