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What is a Lottery?
A lottery is a system used to decide who will get or be given something by choosing names by chance. Scholar uses an automated system that will drop numbers into lists of students for each grade Kindergarten through sixth grade.
The Scholar Academy lottery for the upcoming school year usually opens in early January, with the first draw before the end of the month. We will run additional lotteries as needed to fill vacancies.
Families will be notified via email or phone of their child's acceptance into the school. Families selected will be notified of the next steps in the registration process and what timeline they will need to follow. Students not selected through the lottery program will need to re-enroll in the database for the next school year.
Every effort will be made to accept siblings in an individual family, but this may not be possible due to caps on class sizes. Once one child in a family is accepted, all other siblings wanting to enroll are moved to a sibling preference list. Siblings will be selected on a first come, first serve basis according to when they were added to the sibling list.