Apply to These San Antonio Charter Schools During the Week of March 9, 2020

Promesa Academy at South Side School Discovery Day
Promesa Academy at South Side School Discovery Day

Now that it’s spring, many schools have already completed open enrollment, run their lotteries, and made offers; they are re-enrolling students for next year and making offers as seats open up. Other schools still have open seats available in some grades for 2020–21, or even some for the current school year. We want to help you understand where the schools are now in their enrollment process and give you information about how to take action now, whether for this year or the next. To continue your research, we recommend that you download the free San Antonio Charter Schools app, visit the Guide to Charter Schools in San Antonio, and join the San Antonio Charter Moms discussion group on Facebook. 

San Antonio Charter Schools That Are Accepting Applications Now

San Antonio Charter Schools With Applications That Have Closed

Even if a school’s open enrollment period has ended, families can generally still apply and join the waiting list. When we know a school has open seats—either for this school year or the next—we will highlight that here.

We are gathering information about which schools still have open seas in certain grades. This is a topic that comes up often in the Facebook discussion group as well. Our hope is by offering weekly blog posts with updates about enrollment deadlines, lottery dates, and open seats, that parents and caregivers will take action to get their kids enrolled in schools that are likely to be a good fit for their children.

This weekly post is a good starting point, but we have more resources to help you. Look up our our Guide to Charter Schools in San Antonio. Then, pick up your mobile phone and download the free San Antonio Charter Schools app. Also, please join the conversation in the San Antonio Charter Moms discussion group on Facebook. We hope your school search is successful and leads you to finding great schools for your children.

Curious about what’s changed? Have a look at last week’s post.

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