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Re-enrollment takes place each spring. Usually it runs from late January through mid-February.
Currently enrolled families receive priority placement for the next school year. But, if a family does not indicate that they plan to return, the open seat will be awarded to a new family when the enrollment lottery begins.
No. As a public charter school many families say our high standards of excellence and “feeling part of the Life School family” contributes to a private school type of experience.
Tuition is free and supported with state tax revenue.
No, Life School is a public charter school and open to all students.
Public charter schools are tuition-free public schools that are open to all students. They are held to strict financial and academic accountability standards. In exchange, they receive more autonomy and flexibility to encourage different and innovative learning methods.
Yes! Like traditional ISDs, public charter schools are monitored and accredited under the statewide testing and accountability systems.
Class sizes vary by grade level and families have mentioned how much they love the personalized feel and attention given to their children.
Life School offers grades K through 12. The new Carrollton campus will support grades K-5. To find out more about the Life School campuses please visit LifeSchools.net
Life School offers sports, clubs and extracurricular activities that vary at each campus. Check out the school you’re interested in attending for specific activities at LifeSchools.net.