Admissions and Enrollment
Thanks for your interest in enrolling your child in Wellmont Academy. We partner with parents to provide a Christ-centered education experience for each child and to help them learn according to their own learning style. We are looking forward to the year ahead!
Attending an Information Meeting before applying is highly recommended.
1. Complete Student Application
Go to our online Student Application form and complete all pages and Submit it.
This form is fairly comprehensive and will give us all the information we need to proceed with your interview.
The form should take 10-20 minutes to complete.
2. Family Interview
When we have reviewed your application, we will call you to schedule a family interview for you with a member of our staff.
Students and parents are required to attend each interview.
3. Acceptance Notification
After your interview, acceptance notification is given via email. Upon acceptance to Wellmont you will receive a welcome email, at which time your deposit will be required to hold your seat. The deposit is non-refundable.
THIS DEPOSIT MUST BE MAILED OR DROPPED OFF TO OUR OFFICE in order to hold your student’s position at Wellmont.
4. Registration Meeting
After your student has been accepted at Wellmont Academy, either our Academic Director or our Principal will contact you to set up a meeting where we will assist you in selecting your courses and finalizing your registration.
Registration is done this way to ensure that we are meeting your needs.
At the end of the meeting you’ll know exactly the courses your student is registered for and their class schedule. Your tuition balance will be estimated at this time, and will be finalized by our bookkeeper following the meeting.
Ready to Get Started?
Contact us to attend one of our Information Meetings. Then fill out a Student Application to start the ball rolling!
Upon acceptance, additional documentation is required:
Upon acceptance, you will receive an email that details student paperwork links needed to complete your enrollment process. Upon completion of these forms, please either email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to our office at:
Wellmont Academy Admissions
4400 Shore Acres Blvd. NE
St. Petersburg, FL 33703
Returning Student note:
Upon returning to school in August, all new student families will fill out/update all appropriate forms and information on our new Parent Portal on our internal platform. You will find out more at our Family Orientation Night and send them to our office before the first day of school in the fall.
Withdrawal up to and including the 4th week of classes will result in a prorated refund for the year’s tuition, excluding non-refundable deposits, classroom supply fees, and lab fees.
Full withdrawal from Wellmont Academy up to and including the 4th week of school will result in a prorated refund for the year’s tuition, excluding non-refundable deposits, classroom supply fees, and lab fees. Also in this exclusion is a $50 withdrawal fee per student, used to cover administrative costs, facilities usage, and insurance.
Following the fourth week of school, prorated refunds are not available. Refunds are based solely on voluntary full withdrawal, not partial participation, or expulsion.
Enrollment is limited based on our teacher and facility capacity.
Enrollment at Wellmont is granted to a limited number of students. It also requires a lengthy process to process your application, so we encourage you to start early. Limited scholarships are available and we do maintain a waiting list.
If you are interested in volunteering, please go to our Contact tab and fill out a staff application. Also, please be ready to attend our August volunteer training before school begins and to be fingerprinted during the summer. The cost for this process is $65. Fingerprints are good for 5 years. If CPR certification is required at this time, Wellmont Academy will pay this certification fee for you.
Wellmont Academy 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 load programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.