Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to attend Ivy Preparatory Academy?
Scholars zoned for Atlantic Public Schools or Dekalb County Schools are eligible to attend Ivy Preparatory Academy.
How do I apply?
The lottery application link will be available here beginning February 2, 2021, via SchoolMint. All lottery applications must be completed online. People needing access to a computer to complete the application may use a computer in the Admissions Office at Ivy Preparatory Academy, located at 1807 Memorial Drive. Computers will be available on school days during the enrollment period between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Computer assistance is available if needed.
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When are applications accepted?
The application window for the 2021-2022 school year is currently open for all grade levels.
Is anyone given preference in the enrollment process and lottery?
Ivy Preparatory Academy gives enrollment priority to the following category of applicants and in the following order:
A sibling of a scholar currently enrolled at Ivy Preparatory Academy.
A student whose parent or guardian is a member of the governing board of Ivy Preparatory Academy or is a full-time teacher, professional, or other employees of Ivy Preparatory Academy.
What if I made an error on my application and/or entered the wrong preference information for my child?
During the application window, please contact the Admissions Office at 404-622-2727 or email@example.com if you believe you made an error on your child’s application.
How will I know if my student has been granted a seat?
Ivy Preparatory Academy offers of enrollment to families selected are made in writing via email after application submission. It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure that Ivy Preparatory Academy has the most updated contact information (phone, mailing address, and email address) for notification purposes.
Parents are required to accept or decline the offer of enrollment in writing by email within 10 days of receiving notice of the enrollment offer. In the event that an offer of enrollment is not accepted or declined, the expired application will be moved to the bottom of the waitlist. All applicable deadlines will be communicated to parents throughout the entire enrollment/lottery process.
What happens once I am notified that my child(ren) has been granted an available seat?
All students who have been granted an available seat must complete and return registration forms with valid supporting documents by the registration deadline, or their seat will be forfeited.
Will my student have to participate in the lottery or apply each year?
No. Once officially enrolled, all Ivy Preparatory Academy scholars will remain enrolled for future years.
Whom can I contact to discuss questions related to enrollment or to receive assistance with enrollment?
For admissions and enrollment questions, please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (404) 622-2727
EASIER REGISTRATION AND BETTER COMMUNICATION WITH OUR FAMILIES
Here’s some exciting news! We now have a new Enrollment System, SchoolMint. SchoolMint will make our lottery, registration, and re-enrollment of any siblings much easier than before, including through your mobile devices.
• Select, apply to, and register for multiple children from a single-family account;
• Submit applications and registration packets;
• Check on the enrollment status of all your kids in one place;
• Receive real-time updates and communications in your preferred way to communicate, whether by email, or text.
You can access SchoolMint from your desktop or on your mobile device. If using your mobile device, we encourage you to download the SchoolMint app, which is available for both Android and iPhone and will provide the best experience.
2020-2021 Lottery Information
There were seats available in each grade level for the 2020 lottery at Ivy Preparatory Academy at Kirkwood. Seat availability was determined by the number of seats that were vacated by previous families and/or adding additional classes in a given grade level.
The drawing was conducted using Lotterease. Per the terms of Ivy Prep’s charter, lottery preference is given first to siblings of currently enrolled Ivy Prep scholars as well as children of Ivy Prep employees. A lottery participant with a sibling who was admitted during the lottery process will be moved to the top of the Wait List in her respective grade.
Note: Ivy Prep Kirkwood’s attendance zone is for families eligible for Atlanta Public Schools and DeKalb County Schools. Applications submitted by families eligible for any other school district will not be considered in the lottery.