Please click HERE to let us know if you are planning on returning for the next school year. We hope you do! To ensure your spot is secure for our upcoming school year, please submit your intent to return on or before MARCH 18. Our current learners have priority enrollment as long as we can secure your spot by March 18. Please respond now to be sure to hold your spot for the upcoming school year. We will be holding our lottery for any available spaces on March 30. If you are hesitant, please contact us so we can help support your decision and advocacy in what is best for your child.
We have 2 academic tracks available. Track C begins July 1 and ends mid-May. Track A is our traditional school calendar August-June. Your coach will work with you to recommend if a switch to Track C summer start fits in your learning plan. Many learners find that Track C is a good fit for learners who benefit from a longer academic year. If you have questions or needs around Track C please reach out to your coach.
Track C 22/23 begins July 1. Track A 22/23 begins August 22. We look forward to continued collaboration with you to serve the needs of your families.
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