Choices Charter School is accepting applications for the Spring Semester of the 23/24 school year. New enrollments will be for the beginning of our 2nd semester, which starts on January 22nd, 2024.
We provide a 100% FREE, high quality, online education for grades 6-12 and serve students and families in Sacramento county and the eight counties that surround Sacramento (Placer, El Dorado, San Joaquin, Contra Costa, Solano, Yolo, Sutter and Amador). The first day of school was August 21st, 2023, but we are happy to accept new students (as space allows) through March 22nd, 2024.
Would you like to come to visit the campus? You are welcome! Just create an account to register for an Information Session and see for yourself how Choices Charter School is an extraordinary school.
IMPORTANT: A completed application does not guarantee placement at Choices.
Step 1: Register for an Information Session
– To begin, please create an account and complete your application online. This will allow us to invite you to attend an information session to learn more about our school, our teaching methodology, and what makes Choices Charter School an Extraordinary Choice. Remember, Choices serves students in 6th through 12th grades.
– Upon completing the application, you will receive an automated email response to confirm your form was received. This email does not guarantee admission. If you cannot find the email in your inbox, please check your spam or junk folders. This automated email comes from email@example.com
– If you have any questions or need support, you can reach out to our Enrollment Team at (916) 979-8378. We are available from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday (except federal holidays and school breaks).
Step 2: Attend an Information Session
– We look forward to meeting you! The information session is required so that we can ensure students and families have a complete understanding and overview about our programs, curriculum and attendance requirements. We want to ensure that we have answered all your questions and that we learn how to best support your student and their academic goals.
- Our Enrollment Department will email you to confirm the next date and time of our Information Session. These typically last approx. 45 minutes with additional time for Q & A.
Step 3: Enrollment Appointment/Registration
– The Enrollment Department will email you a link to Reg-Online, the online registration portal where families will upload the required enrollment documents and digitally sign the required enrollment forms.
– Families will have a 7-day window to complete registration. Incomplete applications will be added to the waitlist for consideration at a later date.
– Please see required documents listed below.
Applications are not complete until all necessary documents are received. You will be asked to provide a full copy of the following documentation: (please do not send originals)
1. Proof of Age: We need legal proof of age for the student
Birth certificate, passport, immigration certificate, etc. Foreign birth certificates accepted.
2. Immunization Records
- State law requires that for unconditional admission to school, all students under 18 shall be fully immunized according to requirements of the California Department of Health Services (Ed.Code § 49403 and 48216, District Policy 5141.3).
- All students must submit a copy of their immunization record. All students entering 7th through 12th grades will need proof of:
- MMR - booster (if not received at a younger age)
- Varicella - booster (if not received at a younger age)
- Tdap - booster (adolescent whooping cough, 1 dose on or after the 7th birthday)
- Families must provide a copy of immunization records.
3. Proof of Residency in Our Service Area
- Utility bill
- Property tax receipt
- Current mortgage/rental agreement w/signature page
- Current home or rental insurance agreement. Contracts must have the signature page. Contracts older than 90 days, must be accompanied by documentation from the landlord stating the agreement is still in effect.
- Correspondence from a government agency such as CalWORKS, Social Security, Medi-Cal
4. Copy of 504 and/or IEP
- If applicable
5. Caregiver Affidavit
- If applicable
*If you are unable to provide these documents due to your living situation, you may still be eligible under federal and state law to enroll your child in school. Please visit our page on resources for homeless and foster youth for more information.