Student Enrollment

To learn about our kindergarten or preschool programs, visit their respective pages!

Why Marshall Academy?

  • Small class sizes with a family-focused environment

  • Free breakfast and lunch for all students

  • An outstanding classical curriculum

  • A complete lineup of MHSAA sports

  • Bussing to Marshall, Battle Creek, Albion, and the Calhoun Area Career Center

Submit the following paperwork to apply for enrollment:

2024-2025 Preschool Application

2024-2025 K-12th Enrollment Application

Please include the following with your application:

Marshall Academy Admissions Policy

  1. Will not discriminate on the basis of intellectual or athletic abilities.

  2. Will not discriminate on the basis of measures of achievement or aptitude.

  3. Will not discriminate on the basis of status as a handicapped person or any other basis that would be illegal for an existing school district.

Shall provide for the education of its pupils without discrimination as to religion, creed, race, sex, color or national origin. Marshall Academy shall comply with all state and federal civil rights laws.

  1. Will not charge tuition (but may charge fees in the same manner as existing public schools).

  2. Will not enroll any student who is not a resident of this state, except a foreign student who is not a United States citizen.

  3. Shall comply with all state and federal laws applicable to public schools concerning church-state issues.

Notice of Enrollment Period

Marshall Academy is an equal opportunity educational institution. It is committed to good faith affirmative efforts to seek out, create, and serve a diverse student body. Achieving the goal of student diversity requires an extensive public information program directed at parents and in all communities throughout Calhoun County.

Application Process and Open Enrollment Explanation

Marshall Academy will be available to all students on a space available basis. Application by or for students shall be voluntary and in writing. If any grade has more applicants than available space, all new students for that grade will be selected using a random selection method. This statistically valid process will help ensure that the diversity inherent in the applicant pool is reflected in those offered admission. Priority will be permitted for siblings of students already chosen for enrollment.

At the conclusion of the open enrollment period, if more applicants exist than spaces, a random selection process again will be used to determine the remaining students' position on a waiting list.

All applicants after conclusion of the open enrollment period will be enrolled or placed on the waiting list on a first-come, first-serve basis determined by the order in which they apply.