Lottery Process

By law, admission at LCS is open to all students in California wishing to attend the school.  In the event that there are more students wishing to attend the school than there are seats available, admission will be determined via a public, random lottery, with priority given to:

To determine if your family is eligible for the National School Lunch Program, please visit the CA Dept. of Education website: National School Lunch Program

Verification of Preferences Indicated on Lottery Form

A verification of your priority will be done prior to finalizing your child's enrollment. If your child was offered enrollment via a priority area and Larchmont Charter School determines that your child does not actually qualify for that priority, your child will be placed at the bottom of the waiting list. Your child may still be admitted off the waitlist, as qualifying for a priority is not a condition for admission. If you need further clarification on any of these priorities, please email admissions@larchmontcharter.org or contact Admissions at 323.380.7893, ext. 302. 

Continuous Enrollment Through 12th Grade

Once a student is enrolled, they remain enrolled through 12th grade unless a parent/guardian releases their seat and you do not have to complete a new lottery form every year. 

Lottery Application Availability & Lottery Drawing

Lottery forms will be available at the beginning of November and closes mid February and the lottery drawing is held on the last Saturday in February. 

How the Waitlist Works

All families of students who are not offered admission for the upcoming school year will remain on the waiting list until it is cleared at the end of the academic year for which it was drawn unless there is a written request by the parent to remove their child from the waiting list prior to that time.

Offers from the Waiting List

If a space should become available, families will be contacted in the order of the waiting list.

  • If this offer is extended prior to school beginning, then families will have 72 hours to respond whether the offer is being accepted or declined.
  • If this offer is extended once school has started, families will have 24 hours to respond whether the offer is being accepted or declined.

Minimum Age for Admittance to Kindergarten in California

California Ed Code states that to be admitted to kindergarten, a child must reach the age of five (5) on or before September 1st.  Larchmont Charter School provides transitional kindergarten to children turning five (5) between September 2nd and December 2nd only, as per the California Department of Education website.  IMPORTANT: Transitional Kindergarten is a two-year program and at Larchmont Charter School, it’s seamlessly integrated into our regular kindergarten classes.  Our developmental and highly differentiated model ensures children are continually progressing.

Non-Discrimination Statement

Charter School shall not require a parent/legal guardian/student to provide information regarding a student’s disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, legal or economic status, primary language or English Learner status, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic that is contained in the definition of hate crimes set forth in section 422.55 of the Penal Code, or any other information that would violate federal or state law, prior to admission, participation in any admissions or attendance lottery, or pre-enrollment event or process, or as a condition of admission or enrollment. Charter School may request, at the time of, and as part of, conducting its lottery process, the provision of information necessary to apply specific admissions preferences set forth in this Charter.  

Declaración de no Discriminación

Charter School shall not request or require submission of a student’s IEP, Section 504 Plan, or any other record or related information prior to admission, participation in any admissions or attendance lottery, or pre-enrollment event or process, or as a condition of admission or enrollment.

Charter School no exigirá que un padre/tutor legal/estudiante proporcione información sobre la discapacidad de un estudiante, género, identidad de género, expresión de género, nacionalidad, estatus legal o económico, idioma primario o estado de estudiante de inglés, raza o etnicidad, religión, orientación sexual o cualquier otra característica contenida en la definición de crímenes de odio establecida en el artículo 422.55 del Código Penal, o cualquier otra información que viole la ley federal o estatal, antes de la admisión, participación en cualquier lotería de admisión o asistencia, o evento o proceso de preinscripción, o como condición de admisión o inscripción. Charter School puede solicitar, en el momento de, y como parte de, la realización de su proceso de lotería, el suministro de la información necesaria para aplicar las preferencias de admisión específicas establecidas en esta Carta.

Charter School no solicitará ni exigirá la presentación del IEP de un estudiante, el Plan de la Sección 504, o cualquier otro registro o información relacionada antes de la admisión, la participación en cualquier lotería de admisión o asistencia, o evento o proceso de preinscripción, o como condición admisión o inscripción.

차별 금지 성명서

차터 스쿨은 학생의 장애, 성별, 성 정체성, 성별 표현, 국적, 법적 또는 경제적 지위, 기본 언어 또는 영어 학습자 신분, 인종 또는 학생의 장애에 관한 정보를 제공하도록 부모/법적 후견인/학생에게 요구하지 않습니다. 형법 422.55항에 명시된 증오 범죄의 정의에 포함된 인종, 종교, 성적 취향 또는 기타 특징, 또는 입학 전에 연방 또는 주법을 위반하는 기타 정보, 입학 또는 출석 추첨, 사전 등록 이벤트 또는 프로세스 에 참여하거나 입학 또는 등록 조건으로 참여할 수 있습니다. 차터 스쿨은 본 헌장에 명시된 특정 입학 선호도를 적용하는 데 필요한 정보의 제공을 요청할 수 있습니다.

차터 스쿨은 입학 전 학생의 IEP, 섹션 504 플랜 또는 기타 기록 또는 관련 정보를 제출하거나 입학, 입학 또는 출석 복권 참여, 사전 등록 이벤트 또는 절차 또는 조건으로 제출하도록 요청하거나 요구하지 않습니다. 입학 또는 등록의.

Federal Law Compliance

The Charter School adheres to all provisions of federal law related to students with disabilities, including, but not limited to, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”), and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (“IDEIA”).

Cumplimiento de la Ley Federal

La Escuela Charter se adhiere a todas las disposiciones de la ley federal relacionadas con los estudiantes con discapacidades, incluyendo, pero no limitado a, la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, Título II de la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades de 1990 ("ADA"), y las Personas con Ley de Mejora de la Educación para las Discapacidades de 2004 ("IDEIA").

연방법 준수

차터 스쿨은 1973년 재활법 제504항, 1990년 미국 장애인법 제2호("ADA") 및 장애인 을 포함하되 이에 국한되지 않는 장애학생과 관련된 모든 연방법 조항을 준수합니다. 2004년 장애교육개선법(이하 "IDEIA").

Homeless and Foster Youth

Larchmont Charter School adheres to the provisions of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and ensures that each child of a homeless individual and each homeless youth has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education as provided to other children and youths. LCS is open to enroll, space permitting, and provide services for all students. Please contact admissions@larchmontcharter.org or call 323-380-7893 ext 302 for more assistance.

Juventud sin Hogar y de Crianza

Larchmont Charter School se adhiere a las disposiciones de la Ley de Asistencia para Personas sin Hogar de McKinney-Vento y garantiza que cada niño de una persona sin hogar y cada joven sin hogar tenga el mismo acceso a la misma educación pública gratuita y apropiada que se proporciona a otros niños y jóvenes. LCS está abierto a inscribirse, permitir espacio y proporcionar servicios para todos los estudiantes. Comuníquese con admissions@larchmontcharter.org o llame al 323-380-7893 ext 302 para obtener más ayuda.

노숙자 및 위탁 청소년

라치몬트 차터 스쿨은 맥키니-벤토 노숙자 지원법의 규정을 준수하며, 노숙자 개인과 각 노숙자 청소년의 각 아동이 다른 청소년에게 제공된 것과 동일한 무료, 적절한 공교육에 동등하게 접근할 수 있도록 보장합니다. 어린이와 청소년. LCS는 등록, 공간 허용 및 모든 학생에게 서비스를 제공할 수 있습니다. 자세한 내용은 admissions@larchmontcharter.org 문의하거나 323-380-7893 내선 302번으로 전화하십시오.

Volunteerism

While Larchmont Charter School encourages support from its school community through fundraising activities and volunteer requests, these activities are not required of any family and participation will have no impact on lottery placement or continued enrollment of any prospective or current student at any Larchmont Charter School Campus.

Voluntariado

Si bien Larchmont Charter School alienta el apoyo de su comunidad escolar a través de actividades de recaudación de fondos y solicitudes de voluntarios, estas actividades no se requieren de ninguna familia y la participación no tendrá ningún impacto en la colocación de la lotería o inscripción de cualquier estudiante potencial o actual en cualquier Campus Escolar de Larchmont Charter.

자원 봉사

Larchmont 차터 스쿨은 모금 활동과 자원 봉사 요청을 통해 학교 커뮤니티의 지원을 장려하지만, 이러한 활동은 가족에게 필요하지 않으며 참여는 복권 배치에 영향을 미치지 않거나 계속 모든 Larchmont 차터 스쿨 캠퍼스에 입학할 수 있습니다.

 

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