CHAMPS Charter High School of the Arts - Multimedia and Performing

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Admissions FAQ's

How do I apply?

We are no longer accepting applications for the fall semester of the 2017-2018 school year. If you have special circumstances, such as a recent relocation, that make transferring to another school a necessity, please contact the admissions office to discuss your options. If transferring is approved, you must fill out a paper application (all grades) and supply a current transcript. Paper applications are available at the front desk on the mezzanine level of the Phoenix Bldg at 6842 Van Nuys Blvd, or can be printed from our website. Please return it to the Admissions Office by email, fax, or in person. 

2018-2019 School Year: All applications for the 2018-2019 school year will be online only. Online applications for the 9th Grade lottery are available from October 16th through February 19th. Online applications for grades 10-12 will be available in the spring of 2018. To apply, set up an account with SchoolMint here.

How do I enroll?

In the event your child is accepted to CHAMPS, you will be contacted with instructions on the next steps of the enrollment process.

How do I apply for the lottery (9th Grade Only)?

Lottery applications are accepted from October 16th to February 19th of the previous school year for which you are applying. Any lottery applications received on or after February 20th will not be eligible for the lottery, and will be placed on a wait-list. Students on the wait-list will be contacted as spaces open up.

When is the lottery held?

A Public Lottery is held February 23rd. If your student is not chosen through the lottery, their application will go to the lottery-determined wait-list.

What are the requirements? (Enrollment)

Charter schools are open to ALL students and are committed to serving a student body that reflects the local community. As schools of choice, all charter schools are open to any student who wants to apply, regardless of where he or she lives, space permitting. Independent Study or non-classroom based schools have some geographical limitations which permit them to enroll only students from the county where they are authorized, or from adjacent counties. Charters schools are public schools. They are non-sectarian, tuition-free and open to any student who wishes to attend. Choice is a powerful tool for parents seeking access to quality education for their children.

If you would like to learn more please see the CCSA Website

What is CHAMPS' main focus?

CHAMPS Charter High School of the Arts' main focus is to provide a well-rounded high school experience while emphasizing the arts.

Does CHAMPS provide transportation?

CHAMPS Charter currently does not provide transportation for students, but you are more than welcome to access our carpool list if and when you are enrolled as a CHAMPS student.

Visit the CHAMPS Carpool page.

What is CHAMPS' Bell Schedule?

Visit the CHAMPS Bell Schedule page.

What academies are offered at CHAMPS?

Visit the Academies page.
 

What is Independent Study?

Short Term Independent Study is an option for students that will be absent for 3 days or longer due to illness, working on set, and other personal issues that might arise.  Students are not marked absent while on independent study and will know ahead of time what assignments they will need to complete while away.

Long Term Independent Study is a program that provides a flexible, instructional format for individual students who are unable to attend daily classes due to social, medical or professional needs.  For the non-traditional student, the Independent Study Program provides an opportunity for a comprehensive high school education offering the same high academic standards and expectations of all CHAMPS’ courses, with the ultimate goal of preparing each student for success beyond high school.

Visit the Independent Study page.