Students will be considered for admission without regard to ethnicity, national origin, gender or disability. Student or parent residence must fall within the parameters established by the State Department of Education.

 If the number of students wishing to attend Vantage Point Charter exceeds the school’s capacity, preference will be extended to pupils currently attending Vantage Point Charter, siblings of pupils currently enrolled, and pupils who reside in the School District. If necessary, a waiting list will be established on a first-come first-served basis.

Those students who live within the school district who choose not to attend Vantage Point Charter will attend the school within their district attendance boundary.
 
Vantage Point Charter will not accept enrollment of new students after the P2 reporting deadline of the school year.

 Prior to being admitted into Vantage Point Charter, each student and parent will be required to:
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the philosophy and expected student outcomes of Vantage Point Charter
  • Create an educational plan for the student’s learning
  • For Independent Study, student and parent will be required to sign a Master Agreement which includes affirmation of:
  • The parent’s responsibility, availability, and ability to provide instructional services to the student
  • Involvement of the parent in academic teaching and support
  • Commitment of the parent of elementary grade students to attend scheduled weekly meetings with Vantage Point Charter teachers or principal.   When an exception exists that will clearly benefit the student, bi-weekly meetings may be scheduled at recommendation of the teacher and approval of the administrator.
  • Commitment of the high school grade student to attend scheduled weekly meetings with Vantage Point Charter teachers or principal.  When an exception exists that will clearly benefit the student, bi-weekly meetings may be scheduled at the recommendation of the teacher and approval of the administrator.
 A master agreement is required each semester or trimester, depending on grade level, for admission.