Enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year at our Inverness location is closed, but we still have spots open in the middle and high school grades! Please reach out to our site director, Pamela Williams, for more information: [email protected]
THREE STEP PROCESS TO ENROLL
1. COMPLETE THE APPLICATION
An Application must be completed by a Parent or Guardian for ALL incoming Students* to our academy locations. Click on ENROLL NOW! to complete and submit the application form online. For more information about the application process, view our How To Complete An Application guide.
*Students who will be 21 as of October 1st of this year, or have graduated from any other high school program are NOT eligible to apply. For information regarding students with disabilities, please read the Students With Disabilities information further down on this page.
2. ACCEPTANCE & ONLINE ENROLLMENT
CEC will process your Application and send you an Acceptance Email and/or Text Message (depending on the preferences you chose during the application process) containing a LINK FOR ONLINE ENROLLMENT and next steps information you will need to continue the enrollment process.
Please look for that acceptance notification and check your email or text settings to ensure that future notifications will not be blocked or sent to your spam or trash folders.
3. ENROLLMENT CONFIRMATION
You will receive a Confirmation of Completion notification when the enrollment of your Student is complete. This notification will provide next steps information for you to follow.
If you have additional questions, please email our registrar at [email protected].
Students With Disabilities
CEC Everest Point Home School Academy receives state and federal funding through the Colorado Department of Education. Therefore, CEC Everest Point Homeschool Academy must abide by many of the rules and regulations stated under Colorado and federal law for publicly funded educational programs, including federal and state laws and constitutional provisions prohibiting discrimination of any kind. Accordingly, no otherwise-qualified student can be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination by Everest Point Homeschool Academy.
Students with disabilities who attend CEC Everest Point Homeschool Academy locations are eligible to receive accommodations under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. However, they are not entitled to a Free and Appropriate Public Education under the Individualized Disabilities Act.
At all times, the parents/guardians of students who attend CEC Everest Point Homeschool Academy locations will remain the primary parties responsible for their students’ education. Additionally, at any time, parents may transfer a student with a disability to a full-time, public academic program and be entitled to a Free and Appropriate Public Education under the Individualized Disabilities Educational Act and an Individualized Educational Program. Everest Point Homeschool Academy is a program of the Colorado Early Colleges Network of charter schools, which offers several full-time programs.
*Full legal document is available upon request.