Students who have enrolled in CPS will need to submit our “Enrolled Release of Records”. Although we received your student’s records during the application process, we now need all academic (including final report cards) and medical records. Please download and send (email or mail) this form back to the Concordia Prep School Admissions office. If you choose to email, please email email@example.com.
As placement test results are being evaluated and final grades are being submitted to CPS, we are getting closer to beginning our discussions concerning your student's course schedule for the 2023-2024 school year.
How will this work?
Step 1: Our Director of Guidance and other administrators will be organizing meetings with each of our incoming students and families to discuss your schedule for the upcoming year. These meetings will be available in person or virtually and will begin in the coming weeks. Priority status for these meetings is for our incoming 9th-grade class and transfer students in grades 10th-12th.
Step 2: Upon students completing their "course schedule meetings," communication will be made to assist families in identifying which summer work they are responsible for in the subjects they will be enrolled in for 23/24. Summer work will be in the areas of Math and English.
NOTE: Final Schedules are not handed out until the New Student Orientation on August 21st.
Concordia Prep is implementing changes to the dress code for the 2023-2024 school year. Lands’ End will remain a provider of uniforms for students at Concordia Preparatory School, however, next school year Concordia Prep will allow families the option of using other vendors outside of Land’s End for dress pants and dress shirts.
*Land’s End remains the sole provider of uniform items:
Polo shirts (short and long-sleeve) that include a school-approved embroidered logo.
Sweaters that include a school-approved embroidered logo.
Skorts and shorts.
Middle School: Middle School dress code remains the same with the option of students going to outside vendors (outside of Land’s End) for dress pants, should they choose to wear them.
Upper School: Upper School students will have the option to use outside vendors for:
Pants – students may wear blue, black, tan, or khaki-colored pants.
Dress shirts – Students may wear white or powder blue dress shirts. Bowties and ties are optional for ladies and men.
For Upper School students – please note, Land’s End short-sleeve and long-sleeve polo shirts will be grandfathered in for Upper School students that previously owned them or previously purchased them for the 2023-2024 school year. They will be phased out for the 2024-2025 school year, therefore we ask our Upper School families to be mindful of this transition when purchasing polos.
Outerwear for All Students: All items remain the same. The CPS Boathouse jacket store will open in the summer (parents will be notified via email). Students are also allowed to purchase black CPS fleeces in the fall. A pre-order sale will take place in August – parents will be notified via email. Additions to outerwear include a grey crewneck Concordia Prep Sweatshirt or a blue or black sport coat.
Footwear: Footwear for next year will be the same. Students are not allowed to walk on the heels of their Sperry’s and that will be enforced as a uniform infraction next year.
Please see attached for photos of “Approved & Not Approved” uniform items.
Concordia Prep is pleased to announce the addition of a new stop on the Harford County route at the Carney Park & Ride located at the intersection of Harford Rd and Jomat Ave. The lot entrance is off Jomat Ave. Bus Transportation is a separate fee paid annually either via payment plan or in full for a discount. The cost is $130 per month or you have the option of paying in full $1,111.50, which includes the 5% discount for paying before August 25. The contracts for 2023-2024 are now available.
All new students must submit an immunization record and a Concordia Prep Record of Physical Examination. Students trying out for fall sports will need to have a physical on file before they can participate in practices. Physicals are due August 4, 2023. Contact the school nurse, Mrs. Ellen Marquardt (firstname.lastname@example.org), or the Athletic Director, Ms. King (email@example.com) with any questions or concerns. All of the forms are located below.
NOTE: Please make sure to fill out the Concordia Prep Record of Physical Examination* – New Students Only form for physicals.
When you get your child’s physical this summer, please have the doctor complete the Medication Administration Form for medications they need to take during the school day and the Over the Counter Medication Form for medications available in the health suite for headaches, pain, cough, sore throat or skin irritations. Also, have the doctor give you an updated immunization summary if your student received new immunizations (required for 7th grade).
Finally new for next year: look for information soon via email to upload your child’s medical forms right into the school portal.
Schedules will be distributed during the new student orientation night in late August. During the evening, staff members will provide information regarding school policy and practice and other information to help you transition into CPS. Students will have time to locate their lockers, try out locker combinations, stow school supplies, receive individual schedules, and briefly visit classes.
All students will receive school supply requirements from their teachers on the first day or two of classes. Please come on the first day with general school supplies, such as notebooks or binders, folders, pens, and pencils.
The PSAT will be administered to upper school students in a digital format next school year. Only Windows laptops, iPads, and Macbooks are compatible devices. Students will be required to install an application on their personal devices for digital testing. Unfortunately, Chromebooks cannot be used for the digital PSAT. The school will have a limited number of compatible devices for students to borrow for standardized testing purposes.
You will receive more information regarding the digital standardized testing process, including the required grade levels, from the Guidance Office at a later date. Please contact Mrs. Amanda Trapani, Director of Technology at firstname.lastname@example.org, if your student may need to borrow a school device for the digital PSAT.
Personal Device Technical Requirements:
The device must be a laptop or a tablet with a 7” or larger screen size.
The device must use a supported operating system that is actively updated by the manufacturer, i.e. Microsoft Windows 10 or Apple iOS 13.
The device must have a modern, fully-featured web browser; such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari. **The device must be able to specifically run the Google Chrome web browser.
The device must have fully functional, active anti-virus/anti-malware software (most modern computers have built-in software tools). **Tablets; such as iPads or Chromebooks are excluded from this requirement.
The device must have a functioning built-in camera.
A full-sized keyboard is strongly recommended.
**Personal devices should have a battery life of at least 6-7 hours. Students must bring personal devices to school fully charged each day. 8.
In order for the device to be fully compatible with our school’s wireless network, it should have been purchased within the last 5 years.
We also recommend the student carries the device in a protective case, sleeve, or laptop bag. The school’s Technology Department is not authorized to repair a student’s personal computer.
The CPS technology department recommends the following devices:
Windows 10 laptop
Google Chromebook – no longer recommended.
Please contact Mrs. Amanda Trapani, Director of Technology, if you have any questions or concerns about the new recommended BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) student policy at email@example.com.
Contact the Admissions Office Mr. Stephen Berger Director of Admissions Email Mr. Berger 410-825-2323, ext. 240