New student applications for the annual lottery may be completed online by clicking the link below. Once completed, the application will go to our registrar. You can opt to send a copy to your email. If you list siblings on the application, please submit a separate application for each child you wish to enroll.
Why do teachers love High Point Academy?
"Not only is it a family environment for the teachers and the people who work here, but it is for the students who come here too." - Tessa Porter, Middle School STEAM Teacher
If you have questions about enrollment, school tours, and current openings, please don't hesitate to call (864) 316-9788 or contact us by email at [email protected].
Why do parents love High Point Academy?
"My favorite part of the school is how they treat everybody like family and everybody is welcome here."
- Kimberly Dawkins, Parent
Under federal law, charter schools must admit students through a random selection process if the number of applications for a grade or class exceeds the available spaces. If the number of applications does not exceed the available slots, a lottery is not required.
Open enrollment to apply for the lottery is from December 1 through March 13. The HPA lottery will be held on March 25 of every school year. If this day falls on a weekend, the lottery will occur on the first school day following the weekend. After the lottery has taken place, students will receive a notification by letter within six days regarding their application status. The remaining students will be placed on the waiting list according to the order they were drawn. A student who turns in a late application will be placed on the waiting list in order of the date on which their application was received. If a parent wishes to appeal a decision of admission based on any reason besides the lottery, they may submit a written appeal to the South Carolina Public Charter School District.
HPA will prioritize enrollment to siblings of a current student enrolled and attending High Point Academy and children of employees. Additionally, siblings of students accepted through the lottery process are afforded priority enrollment status. However, priority enrollment status does not guarantee a student's admission to HPA, as acceptance remains based on space availability in each applicable grade.
Waiting lists do not carry over from year-to-year and are only valid for the school year in which the student has applied. Therefore, if a student is not accepted for the current school year and remains on the waiting list, they will need to reapply for the following school year.
Thank you for your interest in High Point Academy! We look forward to meeting you.