Thursday, January 19 7:00 – 8:30 PM – At Community High SchoolFebruary 17, 2017 @ 4:00 PM – Deadline for applications to be submitted. Late applications will be added to the end of the waiting list in the order received; they WILL NOT be included in the random selection. One application per student will be accepted.
Sunday, January 22 2:00 – 3:30 PM – At Scarlett Middle School
Tuesday, January 31 7:00 – 8:30 PM – At Clague Middle School
Sunday, February 5 2:00 – 3:30 PM – At Community High School
Wednesday, February 15 7:00 – 8:30 PM – At Community High School
➢ 9th grade – 132 seats4. Before submitting an application, the parent/guardian AND student must attend an orientation meeting to be entered in the lottery. Both the completed application and orientation are required.
➢ 10th grade – 132 seats
➢ 11th grade – 135 seats
➢ 12th grade – 135 seats
a. Correct number of students in grade.6. Students with disabilities will be afforded an equal opportunity to attend Community High School through the lottery process. Once students are selected to attend Community High School, CHS will promptly notify the Special Education Department to convene an individualized education planning meeting (IEP) or Section 504 meeting to make an individualized determination as to what services the student requires for a free appropriate public education (FAPE); whether the student can educationally benefit from the program offered at Community High School; and, if so, what steps need to be taken to provide the student with FAPE at CHS. Students will retain their lottery standing until the IEP or Section 504 process has been completed. Students will not be denied the opportunity to attend CHS unless the IEP or Section 504 team decides that they cannot participate in or benefit from the unique curriculum or programs offered. Parents will be notified in writing that any such decision may be challenged through an impartial due process hearing. Decisions to deny enrollment will not be based on administrative considerations such as availability of special education classes or services at Community High School.
b. Enrollment will be offered for up to three foreign exchange students residing with a full-time CHS student, pending final approval of the Dean. These foreign exchange students are accepted above the target enrollment for that grade and may not have previously earned a high school diploma in their home country.
c. Children of CHS faculty members are accepted above the target enrollment for each grade level.
d. No more than 2 children of AAPS employees (not at CHS) are accepted above the target enrollment for each grade level, in wait list order from the random selection.
e. CHS does not offer sibling or legacy enrollment.