iLEAD Lancaster Charter School
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Enrollment

FAQs

Who can attend?

Any student regardless of district of residence may attend iLEAD Lancaster Charter School. 

What grades are offered?

We opened in the fall of 2012 offering grades K-5. We've added a grade each year and plan to continue.
In 2015-2016, we will offer K-8 at 254 E. Ave K-4, Lancaster, CA.

In 2015-2016, we are also opening an annex site, now enrolling grades K-4:
2110 West Avenue K, Lancaster, CA 93536
The annex Intent-to-Enroll form and Enrollment Packet (below) can be
picked up and dropped off there M-F, 9:00-2:00, or faxed to 866-323-8394.

How can I enroll my child?

Just follow these steps:  

1. Download and fill out the Intent-to-Enroll form (located below)

2. Once you receive a notification that your child has been offered a spot, please take these important next steps:  

  • E-mail info@ileadlancaster.org to accept or decline your spot.
  • Download the ENROLLMENT PACKET forms (located below) or call (661)722-4287 to request a packet.
  • Fill out an enrollment packet for EACH child who was accepted into the school. 
  • Return the packet immediately. There are several ways you can return the packet.

3. Fax, mail, e-mail, or arrange pick-up as follows:

  • Fax the packet to (866) 323-8394
  • Or mail it to iLEAD Lancaster Charter School, PO Box 9202, Lancaster, CA  93539-9202    
  • Or scan and e-mail it to info@ileadlancaster.org
  • Or call (661) 722-4287 to arrange drop-off or pick-up of the packet.        

4.   Once we have processed your application, we will notify you of your OFFICIAL enrollment.


If you have any questions or need assistance, please call (661) 722-4287.

2015-16 INTENT-TO-ENROLL FORM FOR MAIN SITE

2015-16 INTENT-TO-ENROLL FORM FOR ANNEX SITE


Once accepted, click below to download all official enrollment forms. Together, these comprise the Enrollment Packet:



2015-16 ENROLLMENT PACKET FOR MAIN SITE

2015-16 ENROLLMENT PACKET FOR ANNEX SITE

iLEAD Lancaster shall be nonsectarian in its programs, admission policies, employment practices, and all other operations and shall not discriminate against any pupil or employee on the basis of their characteristics, whether actual, or perceived, as listed in Education Code section 220, including, but not necessarily limited to the following: disability, gender, nationality, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, association with a person or group with one or more of the above actual or perceived characteristics.

[Ref. California Education Code §47605 (d)(1)]