CEC CANADA FOUNDATION ASSOCIATION
CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES
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CEC CANADA’S CHURCH AND THE STUDENT

By-law 19. CEC Canada School Students:
19.1. The following are the disciplines which students shall agree to before they are entitled to enter studies available in the schools of the association. 1. They shall meet and agree with the standards laid down for church members in By-law 13, save the 5 to 11 year old. 2. Students between the ages of 12 and 17 shall apply for and become non-voting members of the association’s church. Students that turn 18 shall automatically be registered on the church’s voter’s list. 3. Students 18 years of age and older shall apply for and become voting members of the association’s church. 4. Students shall remain students in good standing during their course of studies. 5. Students shall be obedient to their spiritual leader in accordance with Hebrews 13:17. 6. Students shall apply themselves to the policies of the school they attend. 7. Students age 5 and 11 shall have the support and blessing of their parents, so that the children will be able to learn and grow in peace under the hand of their God. 8. Foreign Students who have problems understanding the English language shall attend the English classes of the association’s schools to bring them to were they can  read, write, and comprehend at a level that will qualify them to enter the grade level that is theirs. This shall apply to all ages.
19.2. Prerequisite for students who do not meet the entry standards set forth by the association; The following shall be the policy of the association to receive students who at first do not qualify. 1. The association shall afford these potential students the opportunity to know the standards of the association, these opportunities are; 1. To attend a class which will address the issue of being born again, and the importance of it. 2. To attend a class which will address the issue of being in good standing with the Body of Christ, and the importance of it. 3. to attend a class which will address the issue of having a constitution and the importance of it. 4. To attend a class which will address the issue of having a statement of purpose, and it's importance. 5. To attend a class which will address the issue of having a statement of faith, and the importance of it. 6. To attend a class which will address the issue of membership and the importance of it. 7. To attend a class which will address the issue of dismissing a member who walks in disobedience, and the importance of it. 8. To attend a class which will address the issue of baptism, and the importance of it.
19.3. Entry of students who at first attempt have failed to qualify: It shall be the policy of the association to receive students who have entered the prerequisite classes and have surrendered to the values expressed through them, see clauses 19.1 and 2, as members not in the year of application but the year following.
19.4. The entry of Students coming from Churches which are in agreement with the Faith and Practices of the association. Shall apply in writing to the Department of Admissions, giving to them the following information, 1 Their name, address, phone number, e-mail, the names of their parents, siblings, and grandparents, doctor, dentist, school, church, teacher, pastor, 2. The students shall supply their medical history, their current physical condition, the names of the first contact and second contact in the event of an emergency, their school year end records for the last three years, their special studies, duties and activities as related to life in general both in school and out of school; their special studies, duties and activities as related to spiritual life both in church and out of church, a church history report from the beginning to the present related to organizations adhered to, standing, attendance, and involvement, a copy of their baptismal certificate, their ambition re acquiring degrees, and the credits that they will be bringing with them, in the event that the student is married, a copy of the marriage certificate, and their current place of work.. 3. It shall be that the aforesaid be assembled in a format that can readily be delivered by e-mail express and or downloaded and mailed by general post.  4. It shall be were children have not reached the age nor the maturity were they can deliver this information that those closest to them help them with this work, giving only the details available. 5. The aforesaid information shall be delivered six months prior to the starting date of the school year, the first day after Canada’s Labor Day.  6. A school policy manual, their agenda, their fees and a fee schedule shall be e-mailed to each student upon their acceptance giving the student the opportunity to prepare for school.


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