Dear Prospective MPCS Parents,

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths.” (Proverbs 3:5-6)

We are grateful that the Lord has directed you to the Mount Pleasant Christian School where we seek to “train up” our students in righteousness, academic excellence, and love for one another.

For your information and reflection, our Application Packet includes five documents: (1) Statement of Faith; (2) Vision/Mission Statement; (3) Admission Process and Requirements; (4) Application for Admission; and (5) Schedule of Fees. As you are led to apply for admission to the Mount Pleasant Christian School, please complete and return theapplication, along with the $100 nonrefundable application fee. The application and fee may be submitted via mail or in-person. The school office is open between the hours of 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. Between the hours of 4 P.M. to 6 P.M., you may also submit your application to the MPCS AfterCare staff. To gain entry, ring the doorbell and announce your purpose to the staff. If you need further information to complete the process, please feel free to call us. Learn more about us at

Upon receipt of your application and fee, you and your child will be scheduled for an interview and admissions testing.

Please be advised that completion of the application process does notguarantee admission to the Mount Pleasant Christian School.

God bless you!

By His grace,

Brenda P. Haynes, Ph.D.


The Mount Pleasant Christian School parent organization is known as PARENTS AS PARTNERS (PAP). The PAP Executive Council is a cohesive cadre of parents who give synergistic leadership to the joint responsibility of parents and school to train our children in the things of God and to nurture their intellectual development. PAP’S primary goals are: (1) to serve as a vehicle for collaboration and communication; (2) to provide resources and support for school programs and activities; and (3) to foster networks that empower families and communities.