SCHOLARIS ADMISSIONS PROCESS
Through a thoughtful and comprehensive screening process, the Admissions Committee is able to offer a limited number of seats to applicants that would benefit from the program. Scholaris' admissions process is intentionally thorough because we understand that it is a very serious decision to take children out of the mainstream and enroll them in an alternative micro-school.
Criteria for admissions
Average to superior intellectual potential
No behavioral or emotional problems that would interfere with the instructional program
Submit an application
After the application file is submitted, the Admissions Committee will review it.
Some applicants will be invited to visit the School to attend classes and meet with a learning specialist.
The Admissions Committee will review the data within two weeks of the screening and invite the student to shadow a class for the day.
Findings and recommendations are discussed at a parent/guardian conference.
If admission is recommended, a contract is sent.
If enrollment is not recommended, suggestions for other options are discussed at the parent/guardian conference.
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Scholaris does not discriminate in admissions, employment, or administration of programs on the basis of any category protected by applicable law.