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BASIS Charter Schools Arizona

What You'll Do

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Create an account or log in

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Select preferred campuses

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Complete your application online

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What If My Student Is Continuing at the Same Campus Next Year?

Re-enrollment begins in February for the following school year.

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BASIS Charter Schools Louisiana

What You'll Do

1

Create an account or log in

2

Select preferred campuses

3

Complete your application online

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What If My Student Is Continuing at the Same Campus Next Year?

Re-enrollment begins in February for the following school year.

Go to My School DC to:

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What You'll Do

1

Create an account or log in

2

Select BASIS DC as your preferred school

3

Complete your application online

BASIS Washington DC Campus

What If My Student Is Continuing at BASIS DC Next Year?

Re-enrollment occurs in the spring for all currently enrolled students. You will receive re-enrollment instructions directly from the school.

FAQs

BASIS Charter Schools are open to all students in Arizona. BASIS Charter Schools in Arizona are not restricted by school district boundaries, so you are free to attend any school in the state. Students are required to provide proof of Arizona residency during the registration process. Out-of state and international applicants are welcome to apply, but must provide proof of Arizona residency no later than the first day of the school year if offered enrollment.

We have no entrance exams and do not restrict admission on the basis of academic achievement or any protected class.

BASIS Charter Schools offer a robust program of student support services to ensure all students are able to succeed. We provide a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to students with disabilities who are currently eligible, or are determined eligible, to receive special education and related services. We have a strong and knowledgeable team who implements federal programs such as 504 plans and IEPs.

All applications must be submitted through the online application portal. Applications are accepted year round.

Applications submitted during the Open Enrollment period will receive results by the end of the day on the published lottery date. Applications submitted after Open Enrollment will receive results within 2–3 days.

Applicants who are offered enrollment at a BASIS Charter School will be provided with instructions for accepting the offer, completing the online registration form, and submitting registration documents to the school.

Applicants who are not offered enrollment will be placed on a waitlist. Waitlisted applications still have a chance of receiving an offer, since we continue to make offers throughout the spring, summer, and even into the beginning of the school year as seats become available.

Every fall, BASIS Charter Schools have an Open Enrollment period. This is the initial period in which applications open for the following school year.

Applications for BASIS Charter Schools are accepted year round, but applications submitted during Open Enrollment and outside of Open Enrollment are processed differently.

If you apply during Open Enrollment: If the number of applications received during Open Enrollment exceeds the number of openings (at any grade level), enrollment is determined by a lottery and waitlist. The Open Enrollment period for BASIS Charter Schools is NOT first-come, first-served. Instead, applicants are added to a lottery pool. To be included in the lottery, you need to apply by midnight on the last day of Open Enrollment. After the Open Enrollment period ends, lottery drawings are held. You will receive the results directly from the school(s) you applied to. Families that do not receive an enrollment offer from the lottery will be added to a waitlist.

If you apply outside of Open Enrollment: Applications submitted after the Open Enrollment period has ended will be added to a waitlist and processed on a first-come, first-served basis, following any applications received during Open Enrollment. Schools will continue to make offers to waitlisted applicants as seats become available. There is not a lottery for applications submitted outside of Open Enrollment.

Please note that the exact Open Enrollment dates and lottery dates are determined on a year-to-year basis.

We recommend completing your application during the Open Enrollment period so you can be included in our random lottery if the number of applicants exceeds the number of available seats. This is your best chance of securing a seat for your child. However, we continue to accept applications throughout the year, even after the Open Enrollment window has ended.

Please note that the exact Open Enrollment dates and lottery dates are determined on a year-to-year basis. Join our interest list to receive Open Enrollment updates.

Yes. You may select more than one BASIS Charter School campus when submitting an application. Each school has a separate waitlist, and you can be on multiple waitlists at once.

If a student receives an enrollment offer, then the sibling(s) of that student will be granted sibling priority once the offer is accepted and the online registration form is submitted for the admitted student. This priority does not guarantee a seat, but it does improve the sibling’s placement on the waitlist and increases the chance of receiving an enrollment offer. We understand that managing multiple schedules and schools in a household can be challenging and our schools do their best to make offers to siblings of admitted students when space is available.

You may notice fluctuations in your student’s waitlist number. This is a fairly common occurrence, especially during peak times of enrollment, and should not be a cause for concern. Even if your student’s waitlist number is high following the lottery, things can change rapidly.

Yes. A current BASIS Charter School student may request a transfer to ONE specific BASIS Charter School campus. To be eligible for a transfer priority, students must submit an application and complete a transfer request form for their preferred campus. A student must complete a year at their current BASIS Charter School campus to receive the transfer priority. Transfer priority does not guarantee enrollment, but rather places the transfer student in a prioritized position on the waitlist for their desired BASIS Charter School campus.

FAQs

BASIS Baton Rouge Charter Schools are open to all students who reside within the East Baton Rouge Parish School District. Per state laws, we are not able to enroll students from outside of this district. Families living outside of this district are welcome to apply, but must provide proof of residency within the East Baton Rouge Parish School District to complete the registration process if offered enrollment.

We have no entrance exams and do not restrict admission on the basis of academic achievement or any protected class.

BASIS Charter Schools offer a robust program of student support services to ensure all students are able to succeed. We provide a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to students with disabilities who are currently eligible, or are determined eligible, to receive special education and related services. We have a strong and knowledgeable team that implements federal programs such as 504 plans and IEPs.

All applications must be submitted through the online application portal. Applications are accepted year round.

Applications submitted during the Open Enrollment period will receive results by the end of the day on the published lottery date. Applications submitted after Open Enrollment will receive results within 2–3 days.

Applicants who are offered enrollment at a BASIS Charter School will be provided with instructions for accepting the offer, completing the online registration form, and submitting registration documents to the school.

Applicants who are not offered enrollment will be placed on a waitlist. Waitlisted applications still have a chance of receiving an offer, since we continue to make offers throughout the spring, summer, and even into the beginning of the school year as seats become available.

Every fall, BASIS Charter Schools have an Open Enrollment period. This is the initial period in which applications open for the following school year.

Applications for BASIS Charter Schools are accepted year round, but applications submitted during Open Enrollment and outside of Open Enrollment are processed differently.

If you apply during Open Enrollment: If the number of applications received during Open Enrollment exceeds the number of openings (at any grade level), enrollment is determined by a lottery and waitlist. The Open Enrollment period for BASIS Charter Schools is NOT first-come, first-served. Instead, applicants are added to a lottery pool. To be included in the lottery, you need to apply by midnight on the last day of Open Enrollment. After the Open Enrollment period ends, lottery drawings are held. You will receive the results directly from the school(s) you applied to. Families that do not receive an enrollment offer from the lottery will be added to a waitlist.

If you apply outside of Open Enrollment: Applications submitted after the Open Enrollment period has ended will be added to a waitlist and processed on a first-come, first-served basis, following any applications received during Open Enrollment. Schools will continue to make offers to waitlisted applicants as seats become available. There is not a lottery for applications submitted outside of Open Enrollment.

Please note that the exact Open Enrollment dates and lottery dates are determined on a year-to-year basis.

We recommend completing your enrollment application during the Open Enrollment period so that you can be included in our random lottery if the number of applicants exceeds the number of available seats. This is your best chance of securing a seat for your child. However, applications are accepted throughout the year.

Please note that the exact Open Enrollment dates and lottery dates are determined on a year-to-year basis. Join our interest list to receive Open Enrollment updates.

Yes. You may select more than one BASIS Charter School campus when submitting an application. Each school has a separate waitlist, and you can be on multiple waitlists at once.

If a student receives an enrollment offer, then the sibling(s) of that student will be granted sibling priority once the offer is accepted and the online registration form is submitted for the admitted student. This priority does not guarantee a seat, but it does improve the sibling’s placement on the waitlist and increases the chance of receiving an enrollment offer. We understand that managing multiple schedules and schools in a household can be challenging and our schools do their best to make offers to siblings of admitted students when space is available.

You may notice fluctuations in your student’s waitlist number. This is a fairly common occurrence, especially during peak times of enrollment, and should not be a cause for concern. Even if your student’s waitlist number is high following the lottery, things can change rapidly.

Yes. A current BASIS Charter School student may request a transfer to ONE specific BASIS Charter School campus. To be eligible for a transfer priority, students must submit an application and complete a transfer request form for their preferred campus. A student must complete a year at their current BASIS Charter School campus to receive the transfer priority. Transfer priority does not guarantee enrollment, but rather places the transfer student in a prioritized position on the waitlist for their desired BASIS Charter School campus.

FAQs

BASIS DC is open to all students who reside within the District of Columbia. We have no entrance exams and do not restrict admission on the basis of academic achievement or any protected class.

BASIS DC offers a robust program of student support services to ensure all students are able to succeed. We provide a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to students with disabilities who are currently eligible, or are determined eligible, to receive special education and related services. We have a strong and knowledgeable team that implements federal programs such as 504 plans and IEPs.

All applications must be submitted using the common application at My School DC.

Applicants who are offered enrollment at BASIS Washington, D.C. will be provided with instructions for accepting the offer, completing the online registration form, and submitting registration documents to the school. Applicants who are not offered enrollment will be placed on a waitlist and still have a chance of receiving an offer.

BASIS DC participates in and follows all rules of the My School DC common citywide lottery. BASIS DC adopts all of the definitions of “lottery” and “waitlist” provided by My School DC. Information about the application and lottery process can be found at the My School DC website.

We recommend completing your application during the My School DC lottery application window. This is your best chance of securing a seat for your child. However, you can also submit a post-lottery application.

If a student receives an enrollment offer, then the sibling(s) of that student will be granted sibling priority once the offer is accepted and the online registration form is submitted for the admitted student. This priority does not guarantee a seat, but it does improve the sibling’s placement on the waitlist and increases the chance of receiving an enrollment offer. We understand that managing multiple schedules and schools in a household can be challenging and we do our best to make offers to siblings of admitted students when space is available.

Key Dates for the 2025–26 School Year

October 23, 2024

Open Enrollment begins

  • Open Enrollment is NOT first-come, first-served. All applications completed during the Open Enrollment period are included within the lottery pool.

Jan 9, 2024

December 13, 2024

Open Enrollment ends

  • Apply by midnight on the last day of Open Enrollment to be included in the lottery pool.

Post Open Enrollment period begins

  • Applications are still accepted after Open Enrollment ends. These applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Jan 9, 2024

January 2025

Enrollment Lottery is held

  • If the number of applicants received during Open Enrollment exceeds the numbers of available seats (at any grade level), enrollment offers are made via a random lottery system. Applicants that do not receive an offer will be placed on a numbered waitlist.
Jan 9, 2024

January 2025 – August 2025

Applications remain open

  • Schools continue making offers to waitlisted applicants as seats become available.

*Note: Open Enrollment dates and lottery dates are determined on a year-to-year basis. Please check back for exact dates closer to the Open Enrollment period.

Key Dates for the 2025–26 School Year

October 23, 2024

Open Enrollment begins

  • Open Enrollment is NOT first-come, first-served. All applications completed during the Open Enrollment period are included within the lottery pool.

Jan 9, 2024

December 13, 2024

Open Enrollment ends

  • Apply by midnight on the last day of Open Enrollment to be included in the lottery pool.

Post Open Enrollment period begins

  • Applications are still accepted after Open Enrollment ends. These applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Jan 9, 2024

January 2025

Enrollment Lottery is held

  • If the number of applicants received during Open Enrollment exceeds the numbers of available seats (at any grade level), enrollment offers are made via a random lottery system. Applicants that do not receive an offer will be placed on a numbered waitlist.
Jan 9, 2024

January 2025 – August 2025

Applications remain open

  • Schools continue making offers to waitlisted applicants as seats become available.
Jan 9, 2024

*Note: Open Enrollment dates and lottery dates are determined on a year-to-year basis. Please check back for exact dates closer to the Open Enrollment period.

Key Dates

December 11

  • Lottery application opens

  • Apply to BASIS DC through the My School DC common citywide lottery.

Jan 9, 2024

February 1

  • Application deadline (grades 9–12).
Jan 9, 2024

March 1

  • Application deadline (grades 5–8).
Jan 9, 2024

March 29

  • Lottery and offers

  • Lottery results and waitlist positions will be available in your My School DC account.

Jan 9, 2024

March – August

  • Post-lottery applications remain open

  • BASIS DC will continue making offers to waitlisted applicants as seats become available.

Jan 9, 2024
*Note: My School DC lottery window dates are determined on a year-to-year basis.

We're Here to Help!

We understand, applying to a new school can get confusing sometimes. Let us help! Browse through our resources or connect with our enrollment representatives directly using the options below.

Got questions? Connect with our enrollment team

Plan a dedicated call with our enrollment experts

Take a tour or attend an info session