Scholarships are designated for both new and returning
families. The deadline to apply for financial assistance is March 1st and all families must submit a Re-enrollment Packet or New Student
Application, respectively, by this deadline. The application is made
through FACTS, which evaluates a family's financial need and gives a
recommendation to a Scholarship Committee made up of Academy parents.
Families will be notified before May 10 if a scholarship is awarded.
modified our suggested districting line to I-40 in OKC for campus
placement for Grammar-only families. Families living south of I-40
should choose South Campus and those north of I-40 should choose North
Campus. For exceptions and/or transfers, contact Admissions Director, Rebecca Wedel.
We can only hold one
spot for each student during the enrollment process. Please communicate
early and often with us if there is a possibility that your student may
need to repeat a grade or if you'd like to transfer campuses or models.
We cannot guarantee that we can accommodate these changes, but will do
our best to try. In the event that a class section fills during
re-enrollment, families returning to their current campus will be given
preference before transfer students. Likewise, new students of current
families remaining at their current campus will be given preference
before transfer students in order to keep families together.
If a model
change is made after May 10, there will be a $150 fee to cover
administrative costs. Likewise, the difference in tuition will be owed
for a switch from Blended to Traditional (or 3-day Converged to 5-day
Converged). For a model switch from a greater tuition amount to a lesser
tuition, families are responsible for paying 75% of the higher rate
Dialectic & Rhetoric (D&R) A La Carte Enrollment
enrollment for students in 6th-12th grade is an option; however,
placement will only be finalized after the published enrollment deadline. Please contact Admissions for more
information about course and schedule availability and tuition rates.
must pass courses with a cumulative 70% average for the year to advance
to the next grade. Subject-specific remediation or tutoring will be
encouraged for classes in which students earn less that a 70%. Parents,
teachers, and administrative staff should be in consultation regarding
grade advancement during the re-enrollment process in early Spring. Final
grade placement decisions will be made at the end of the academic year
based on the student's final report card grades.
Academy, like other educational institutions, contracts for some of its
facilities and all of its faculty and staff on an annualized basis.
After an enrollment agreement is signed by parents and submitted online, parents are responsible to honor the agreement and pay
tuition for the entire school year. If a student withdraws for any reason after May 10 when the agreements go into effect, the parents are responsible for 50%
of the tuition balance. All withdrawal requests must be made in writing
to the Campus Principal or Admissions Director.
Academy admits students of any race, color, national, or ethnic origin
to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally
accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin in
administration of our educational policies, admissions policies,
scholarship and loan policies, and athletic or other school-administered
Questions on Admissions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Admissions line: 405-478-2077 x 104.