In the summer of 2015 ELA's campus was completed with a third building. We expanded our enrollment from 750 students in K though 9 to just over a 1000 students. In kindergarten through sixth grade, there are four teachers per grade with approximately 26 students in each class. Our new building includes a state-of-the-art theatre as well as a lunchroom and new Jr. High classrooms. The main building still houses kindergarten through fourth grade, the library, the gym, and the main office. Fifth and sixth grade are now in "B" building, the old Jr. High; this building houses the music room and a performance space as well as student lockers for grades 5 and 6..
Students currently attending ELA do not need to reapply to the school through the open enrollment process, but will need to indicate their intent to return to ELA for the upcoming school year. Siblings of current students who want to attend should sign up using the open enrollment process.
A lottery is held after each open enrollment period ends. Families will be notified via email of their child’s acceptance into the school through the computerized lottery program. Families selected will be notified of the next steps in the registration process and what timeline the will need to follow.
Please keep in mind if you previously enrolled for the current school year and your child was not selected through the lottery, you will need to re-enroll in the database for subsequent school years. Students not chosen through the lottery program will not be automatically included in the lottery for future school years.
Siblings of current ELA students attending other schools will receive first preference of any openings in the school. Every effort will be made to accept all siblings in an individual family, but this may not be possible due to caps on class sizes.
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces four federal statutes that prohibit discrimination in programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance from the Department of Education (ED). ELA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or age.
Please contact the front office if you have any questions regarding open enrollment.
Definitions of Statuses are as Follows:
|Applied||Not yet accepted into the school through the random lottery process|
|Accepted||Accepted into the school, but still needs to complete registration paperwork|
|Registered||Enrolled and completed registration paperwork|
|Denied||Either accepted into the school and did not complete registration paperwork before the deadline or changed mind about attending the school|
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