PO Box 1189 • Visalia, CA 93279 • 559.622.3236

© 2017 by The Academies Charter Management Organization 

Would you like to  join us   next year?

Here's how!

We are thinking ahead and planning for next year!

Charter schools are not allowed to carry over a wait list from year to year. All who would like to attend for the 2018-2019 school year must submit a fresh application!  

 

 

Here's a general timeline for the process:

 

Mid December - Admission Window Opens 

Applications are made available and begin to be received.

 

January & February - Visitation Opportunities

Informational Meetings and School Tours are offered throughout the admissions period. Remember to call ahead to reserve your place on a tour. Spanish translation is available for all scheduled Tours and Info Meetings. Please visit our school websites for Sycamore Valley Academy and Blue Oak Academy for dates and details. 

 

Mid February - Admissions Window Closes

Applications must be submitted by this deadline in order to be

included in the lottery.

 

Mid February - Admissions Lottery

Held in the cafeteria for the interested public; adults only

Attendance has no effect on outcome.

 

Late February - Status Notification

 

Admitted families will receive enrollment paperwork to submit by a provided deadline.

Those not admitted after the lottery will be placed on the

"Admissions Priority List" (aka "waitlist") to be notified of enrollment opportunities when vacancies occur.

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Download, open, print & complete

your application, then return it

in one of these ways:

SCAN & ATTACH TO EMAIL
office@sycamorevalleyacademy.org

office@blueoakacademy.org

FAX IT
(559) 622.3237

(559)735.8128

DROP IT OFF
SVA or BOA Office during school hours

(7:45 AM - 4:00 PM)

BRING IT TO
Informational Meeting or School Tour

MAIL TO  
PO Box 1189, Visalia, CA 93279


NEED HELP WITH YOUR APPLICATION?
Give us a call! We're happy to answer
any questions you may have.

 

(559)622.3236

(559)730.7422

"Unimpeded by boredom from busywork or fear of peer attitude, all that  is brilliant and beautiful about our child is ever more apparent."