Methods of Applying
Applications for enrollment can be placed in one the following ways:
Online: Click here to fill out an application online.
Phone: Call us, and we can either fax you an application or send one to your home.
Stop in: Come and see us and we will give you an application.
In order to apply to our school, you must fall into the following criteria:
- Kindergarten students must be five years old by August 31st
- Resident of the state of North Carolina
Open Enrollment is designed to give all interested parents equal opportunity for their child to attend Greensboro Academy. During open enrollment, all applications get equal consideration regardless of date submitted. An application received at the end of open enrollment receives equal treatment to one received on the first day of open Enrollment. Open enrollment for the next school year begins on October 1 and ends on the last business day in February at 5:00 p.m.
Following the close of open enrollment, if the number of applications exceeds the number of open seats, a random selection lottery determines acceptance. If the number of applications does not exceed the number of open seats, all applicants are accepted for their respective grade.
Lotteries are open to the public, and parents are encouraged to attend. The date, time, and place of the lottery is communicated in writing to all applicants.
Lotteries will be held for any grade in which the number of applications exceeds the number of openings. Names are randomly selected, and applicants are accepted based on the order in which they are selected. The lottery continues until all names are drawn. Applicants who are not accepted will be placed on a waiting list in the order their names were selected.
accepted, you will receive an Acceptance Package. Parents must submit to the
school all of the following items by the date specified in the
letter. If these are not received by that date, your child may be removed from
the school’s Accepted List.
Official Release of Records
Proof of Residency
Home Language Questionnaire
Student Residency Questionnaire
Original Birth Certificate
Most Recent Immunization Records
Health Assessment (Kindergarten only)
Proof of Residency
Acceptable proof of residency documents must be dated and include the parent/guardian’s name. The following documents may be used:
Copy of deed or record or most recent mortgage payment; or
Copy of lease agreement; or
A utility bill dated within the past 30 days, including: gas, water, electric, landline phone, cable, or satellite; or
A valid North Carolina driver’s license or North Carolina photo identification card; or
A vehicle or property tax bill (dated within the past year); or
A bank or credit card statement with a North Carolina address (dated within the past 60 days)
Students on waiting lists continue to receive school information. It is not unusual for a small percentage of accepted students to select other options prior to the start of school. Openings created by opt-outs are filled by those on waiting lists.
Do not become discouraged if your child is put on a waiting list. Openings can and do become available.