Lottery Open for the 2018-2019 School Year!
Lottery applications will be accepted through February 5 and the lottery will be held February 7 at 3:15 PM.
Everyone has an equal chance of getting accepted if applications are submitted by 3:00 PM February 5, the lottery application website will be closed after 3:00 PM on February 5 until after the scheduled lottery on February 7 is completed. Anyone not selected through the lottery will be placed on a wait list and seats will be filled if they become available. Anyone that has not applied by the deadline of February 28 at 3:00 PM will be placed on the wait list.
Parents will be notified of application status within five business days after Endeavor Hall runs its lottery. Parents will have two weeks from the lottery day to accept or decline enrollment. If additional seats become available, parents have 48 hours to either accept or decline the spot.
Endeavor Hall will notify you upon being selected in the lottery of additional documentation required to complete the enrollment process. Below are the rules governing accepting or forfeiting admission to Endeavor Hall as outlined in Section 16 of the charter.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have concerns regarding applications.
Accepting Admission and Forfeiting Admission
Students who are selected through the first lottery to attend Endeavor Hall will be notified by email, phone call, or U.S. mail of their acceptance. It is the parent or guardians’ responsibility to make sure all contact information is correct and accurate. Parents will have two weeks from the date of the first lottery to respond by returning the acceptance form by email, in person or via U.S. mail. Forms returned by U.S. mail must be delivered to the school by the due date.
Students who do not respond within the two week period forfeit their enrollment spot but can reapply for the lottery during the next open enrollment period, generally the following year. If there are additional available seats, another round of acceptance phone calls and emails will be issued. Students in the second and subsequent rounds will have 48 hours from the notification date to respond or their seats will be forfeited. Forms returned by U.S. mail must be postmarked by the due date or it will not be accepted.
53A-1a-506.5. Charter school students -- Admissions procedures -- Transfers
The parent of a student enrolled in a charter school may withdraw the student from the charter school for enrollment in another charter school or a school district by submitting to the charter school:
|(a)||on or before June 30, a notice of intent to enroll the student in the student's school of residence for the following school year;|
|(b)||after June 30, a letter of acceptance for enrollment in the student's school district of residence for the following year;|
|(c)||a letter of acceptance for enrollment in the student's school district of residence in the current school year;|
|(d)||a letter of acceptance for enrollment in a nonresident school district; or|
|(e)||a letter of acceptance for enrollment in a charter school.|