2018-19 Lottery Results
Within two business days after the lottery, the school will notify students of an offer for admission. The school will notify accepted families by phone, email, and mail, using the information provided on the admissions application. Families placed on waitlist will be notified through mail. All lottery results will be posted on online after June 1, 2018.
To accept the offer of admission, we will send the family acceptance notification by mail including enrollment forms and submission of reasonable proof of residence. Families will have fifteen (15) business days after the postmarked date on the notification letter to return this form to the Admissions Office. If we do not hear from you within fifteen (15) days, we will make every attempt to contact you by the deadline. If the family does not submit enrollment forms and/or reasonable proof of residence within the (15) business day period, the school concludes that the family has declined the offer for admission. If, at a future time, the family wishes to be considered for enrollment, they would need to reapply in a future application cycle.
The school places the names of students not offered admission following a lottery on a waitlist in the order the names were selected, which takes into account sibling and employee preference. When admitting students off a waitlist, the school takes into account sibling and employee preference, both of which may change over time. The school requests that families update contact information including address if it changes at any point.
As space becomes available prior to the school year, the school will admit students off of the waitlist, following the admissions acceptance/notification process until the available seat is filled.
The school places the names of students not offered admission following a lottery on a waitlist in the order the names were selected at the time of the lottery. This order takes into account sibling and employee preference. The school maintains the waitlist including sibling and employee preferences, both of which may change over time. For example, if a student gains sibling preference, then that student will have preference on the waitlist if a space becomes vacant. If an employee is hired and child qualifies for applicable grade level, then the student will have preference on the waitlist if a space becomes vacant.