Sycamore Creek will be accepting applications for the
2024/2025 school year
The Enrollment/Re-Enrollment Window to determine whether a lottery will be necessary for the next school year 2024/2025 will open at noon on Thursday (PST) 12 PM February 1st, 2024, and will CLOSE on Thursday March 7th, 2024, at noon (PST) 12 PM.
At that time the school will determine whether a Public Random Lottery (weighted) will be necessary. If a lotter is necessary it will be held at
6 pm on Thursday, March 21st, 2024.
After the Public Random Lottery selected families will be offered a space for the 2024/2025 school year and then sent a link to the school registration packet by Monday March 25th, 2024. They will have until Monday April 8th, 2024, at 12 pm PST (noon) to complete the packet.
Once the lottery waitlist is exhausted applicants will be offered spots on a first come first serve basis.
SCCCS is nonsectarian in its programs, admission policies, and all other operations, and will not charge tuition nor discriminate against any student based upon any of the characteristics listed in Education Code Section 220.
SCCCS shall admit all pupils who wish to attend to the extent that space allows. SCCCS is an open enrollment, tuition-free public school with no specific requirements for admission (e.g., minimum grade point average, test scores, discipline records, etc.) as outlined in Education Code § 47605(d)(2)(A). As stated, no test or assessment shall be administered to students prior to acceptance and enrollment into SCCCS, however, assessments may be administered after enrollment to determine individual instructional programs once students are admitted. Diagnostics of students’ reading, writing, and math skills will serve as aids to teachers and staff. SCCCS will comply with all laws establishing minimum and maximum age for public school attendance in charter schools.
Based on the development of the child, our curriculum is guided by core principles of public Waldorf education and therefore we will adopt a minimum age of enrollment for each grade level that exceeds the minimum age requirements under the law. Subject only to capacity, our school will be open to all students who wish to enroll. Whether to place age-eligible students in Transitional Kindergarten for two years, Kindergarten for one year or in First Grade will be determined by each child’s age and readiness developmentally.
|Transitional Kindergarten (2 year)
|5 by June 2 of the year the student ends Transitional Kindergarten*
|Kindergarten (1 year)
|5 by June 1st of the year the student begins Kindergarten
|6 by June 1st of the year the student begins First Grade as well as the developmental readiness of the child
|7 by June 1st of the year the student begins Second Grade
|8 by June 1st of the year the student begins Third Grade
|9 by June 1st of the year the student begins Fourth Grade
|10 by June 1st of the year the student begins Fifth Grade
|11 by June 1st of the year the student begins Sixth Grade
|12 by June 1st of the year the student begins Seventh Grade
|13 by June 1st of the year the student begins Eighth Grade