Open Enrollment begins on January 15th and runs through March 15th.
Requests received ON OR BEFORE March 15, 2021
A random, public drawing was held on March 25th to determine enrollment. Results can be viewed here.
Requests received AFTER March 15, 2021
Your request will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis, provided there is space in your child’s grade. We will contact you within one week.
Missed the Virtual Tour?
If you were unable to attend a virtual tour, that’s ok! We’ve got you covered. Enjoy this recording of a tour that will help you learn more about Almond Acres and how we grow great kids!
We are accepting Requests for Enrollment for the current school year on a first-come, first-served basis, as space allows.
Please contact us at (805) 467-2095 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm availability in your child’s grade. If there are seats remaining, download, complete, and return the form below to start the enrollment process!
ALMOND ACRES CHARTER ACADEMY
Since 2012, we’ve provided a unique education for families on the Central Coast. Full-day instruction is available at our campus, located 7 miles north of Paso Robles in San Miguel, for students in grades K-8.
AT HOME ACADEMY
In response to the COVID 19 pandemic, and for the 2020/2021 school year, our At Home Academy will offer more flexibility for families seeking a safe schooling option at home while providing opportunities to stay connected to and interact frequently with a school community!
Please note: The charter gives preference in admissions to students who are currently enrolled in, or who reside in, the elementary school attendance area of the public elementary school in which Almond Acres Charter Academy is located.
At Home Academy Forum
Your questions, answered! Learn more about our At Home Academy option by watching a video of an online forum held on July 13, 2020.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a charter school?
Charter schools are open to the public, are tuition-free, participate in state tests, employ credentialed teachers, and do not discriminate.
Charter schools are granted greater flexibility in their operations and do not have to adhere to all the regulations imposed upon school districts.
Charter schools, like traditional public schools, are accountable for academic results, and must be able to demonstrate financial and organizational stability.
Will I need to obtain a district transfer?
No. As a school of choice, a release from your district or transfer is NOT required.
Do current students need to fill out a Request for Enrollment?
No, currently enrolled students are automatically re-enrolled for next year. However, parents are asked to complete an Intent to Return Form in January.
Do siblings of current students who are not currently enrolled need to fill out a Request for Enrollment?
Yes. They must follow the same procedure as all new students requesting enrollment, but they will be granted priority if a lottery is to take place for their grade level.