School Hours

School hours are for Kindergarten through 12th Grade Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

                                                                                          Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

(School Doors open at 7:30a.m.)

There is NO after school available on campus. 

Please see the school calendar for a complete list of Holiday times.



Faithful attendance to regular church services is clearly taught and preached at Christian Life World. School attendance should be as faithful to prevent disruption of studies, disorder to class, and to develop the character qualities of steadfastness, diligence, loyalty, and faithfulness,

In order for instruction to occur in a safe environment, there must be a cooperative relationship between students, parents, and the school system. To assure success, students, parents, and the school system all have responsibilities,

Students are expected:

  • To attend classes daily and to be on time
  • To respect individuals and property
  • To use appropriate, responsible behavior at all times
  • To contribute to a safe, alcohol-free, drug-free, weapon-free environment

Parents are expected:

  • To show interest in their child's progress and work with school personnel to solve any behavioral and academic problems
  • To get to know their child's school, its staff, curriculum, programs, and activities by attending parent/staff meetings
  • To make sure their child goes to school appropriately dressed and on time every day, unless their child is ill or has a contagious disease
  • To maintain up-to-date information at the school, including home, work, and emergency numbers, addresses and health information
  • Parent volunteers are welcome, yet not mandator


School System is expected:

  • To provide and maintain a safe atmosphere that will encourage positive behavior and learning
  • To provide courses of study, programs, and activities to meet the needs of all students
  • To show respect for all individuals by teaching them fairly and impartially
  • To encourage open communication among students, parents, and school staff

Florida law states that children who are 6 by September 1st must attend school every day until their 16th birthday. Therefore, students must be In school unless the absence has been excused for one of the reasons listed below. It is the responsibility of each student's parent to explain the student's absence to the school in writing.

Reasons for Excused Absences

1.  Sickness, injury, death in the family, or other insurmountable conditions

2.  Documented appointments with health care professionals

3.  Documented absence for religious instruction or religious holiday

4.  Participation in an academic class or school-sponsored activity approved by the principal

5.  Court appearances

Grades 1-8 with 9 or more unexcused absences or 15 or more total absences (excused and/or unexcused) per semester shall be ineligible for school field trips, extra curricular activities, and privileges.

Students 14 years of age with 7 or more unexcused absences or 15 or more total absences (excused or unexcused) per semester in a class shall be ineligible for school field trips, extra curricular activities, privileges, and will be reported to the state and their driver's license suspended until they prove consistent attendance.

  • After 5 unexcused absences, the principal will contact the parent.
  • After five unexcused absences in a month (or 10 within a 90-day period), the principal will refer the case to the school’s improvement committee. If the team finds a pattern of truancy, it will schedule a meeting with the parents and student to formulate a behavior contract.
  • The team may also try other interventions, including referral to social service agencies. The parents may appeal to the school improvement committee if they believe the intervention strategies are unnecessary or inappropriate.
  • If the problem still isn’t resolved or the child won’t cooperate, the school may file a truancy petition in juvenile court.
  • If those measures don’t work or the student breaks the contract. the team will be forced to report to the SBAC Truent Officer. Which may result in the loss of scholarship and referral to an alternative education program and/or Juvenile Court.
  • After a hearing, the court may order the student to pay a penalty or do certain things, such as attend alternative classes, perform community service, or participate in intensive counseling.
  • Students who don’t obey the court orders or who stay out of school without their parents’ knowledge could find themselves under the juvenile court’s control as a dependent child or a “child in need of services.” Once they’ve been declared in need of services, children who continue to disobey court orders can face punishment, including juvenile detention.

(Fla. Stat. §§ 984.03, 984.151, 1003.26 (2019).)


A student is considered tardy if he is not in the Learning Center at 8:30 a.m. Continued tardiness will necessitate a conference with parent and principal, possibly leading to revocation of student privileges or suspension.