MVCS is recognized by the United States government as an I-17 school and is sanctioned to issue I-20’s to incoming students with legal paperwork. International Mission Statement
Our mission is to develop Christ-like character and academic excellence by training students in a loving and nurturing classroom where the Bible sets the standard in building servant leaders in the global community of Christ. MVCS seeks to create an environment conducive to growth in Christian character, maturity, wisdom and the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ which will lead to a transforming biblical worldview that will influence the world. International Admission Process
The following steps are required to begin the international admissions process and must be fully completed and verified before acceptance. Step 1. Student ApplicationClick Here
to download the International Application Packet. Electronically submit the completed packet to our International Studies Director, Connie Elkins, with all supporting documents. A checklist is included for your convenience.
Our contact information is as follows:
Mission Viejo Christian School Contact Information
24701 San Doval Lane
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
(949) 465-1950 Office
(949) 465-1949 Fax
Connie Elkins, Administrative Director/International Studies firstname.lastname@example.org Step 2. Skype Interview
Once the above packet is received along with the application fee, a member of our admissions office will contact you to schedule a SKYPE interview with the applicant. This interview, along with your submitted scores and transcripts, will help assess English proficiency. Step 3. Acceptance
The Admissions Committee will evaluate each applicant’s file. Shortly thereafter, you will be notified in writing with regards to your child’s acceptance.
Once accepted, the International Processing and enrollment fee is due. MVCS will then generate the I-20 and the original will be mailed to the student’s home. Please note that MVCS must have a local name and address where the student will reside while attending school. MVCS does not provide home-stay arrangements.
Students must have a visa to study in the United States, unless they are permanent residents or citizens. The accepted visa is an F-1, but there are other visas under which it is permissible by law for a student to study. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure they have the legal right to study in the United States.