Admissions Process.

We are thrilled that your family is considering a Dominion education. We look forward to helping you through the admission process. To apply, please follow the procedures outlined below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Dominion Christian strives to attract and retain students who are

  • willing to take on the challenge of an academically challenging program;
  • eager to participate in a wide variety of activities;
  • have a positive attitude toward school and learning;
  • capable of fulfilling the school’s mission.

If there is any information you cannot find online, or you just want to talk about the options that Dominion can offer, please call us at 770-420-2153 or e-mail at You can also complete our inquiry form to request more information.

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Athletic Eligibility.

Academic Standing

 Students must pass five or more subjects to be eligible for the following semester. All students must take four or more classes to be eligible (2nd semester seniors) in Grades 9 through 12. Passing only four subjects will not allow the student to be eligible the following semester.

Eighth graders who participate on a varsity level shall meet the eligibility requirements of Georgia Independent School Association (GISA).

Eight Semester Rule

 The eight (8) semester rule begins in 9th Grade. This means the student must complete eligibility within eight (8) consecutive semesters from the date of entrance into the 9th grade. Under the eight (8) semester rule, students are eligible to participate in all athletic  events.

 Students are allowed only one year of varsity eligibility as an 8th grade student. Students below Grade 8 are not eligible to participate in any GISA sanctioned varsity sports events. 

Apply Now.

Dominion Christian School welcomes students who discover that Dominion is the best fit for them. Students and families considering enrollment for the fall are welcomed and encouraged to contact Mrs. Stansel, Director of Admissions (

Dominion Christian School admits students of any race, color, gender, and national and ethnic origin to all 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, gender, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, or athletic and other school programs.