How to enroll
Step 1: Fill out the enrollment form.
Step 2: You will be contacted by the school to answer any questions and complete the enrollment process.
Step 3: On notification of placement In order for a child to start school the following information must be filed with the school’s office:
- Up-to-date immunization records
- Official birth certificate
- Proof of residency in Michigan (Driver’s license or name and address on a bill)
- IEP (if applicable)
- Kindergarten students who are enrolling are also required to have a vision and hearing screening in addition to updated immunization records. The State Street Academy Health Department will administer a screening free of charge.
Step 4: Fill out required forms for school office.
- Authorization for release of student records from previous school, if any.
- Student emergency contact card
- Free and reduced lunch application
- OASIS forms if your child will be attending before or after school care
All information gathered is protected under the Michigan Privacy Act. The Academy will only share personal information about you or your children to others when:
- We have your consent to share the information
- We need to share your information to provide a service you have requested; or
- We are authorized to do so by law (e.g., to respond to subpoenas, court orders, legal process, or to requests pursuant to a statute requiring or permitting disclosure such as the Freedom of Information Act. MCL 15.231, et seq.: MSA 4.1801(1) et seq.)
If you have any questions, please contact the office at (989) 684-6484.
State Street Academy is a public charter school. All charter schools shall comply fully with the state Charter School Law regarding admission policies and procedures, as well as all other applicable state and federal provisions. The charter school will be nonsectarian in all respects. The school shall not discriminate against any student, employee, or other person on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. Admission criteria will not consider intellectual or athletic ability, aptitude, disability, race, creed, national origin, religion or ancestry. Open enrollment for the Academy will take place in the month of February.
If the number of applications exceeds the number of seats available in a grade, the school will accept students by a random selection process. The school will grant enrollment preference to returning students, to siblings of students already enrolled in the school, and to students residing in the district. The school will maintain a waiting list of the remaining applicants. The school will notify applicant families by the end of April whether their children have been accepted. A neutral party will conduct the lottery on behalf of the school.
After available spaces are filled, waiting lists will be maintained for each grade. When a space becomes available in a grade, the parent of the first student on the waiting list will be contacted and given one week in which they can accept the position. If the space is declined, the next person on the list will be contacted.