Monroe County

Rochester charter school application deadline for 2024–25 school year approaches 

Rochester, New York – The time has come for families in Rochester to make important decisions about their children’s education for the upcoming 2024-25 school year. The deadline for charter school applications is swiftly approaching, with the final date set for Monday, April 1. This presents a pivotal opportunity for students from kindergarten through to 12th grade to secure a place in one of the esteemed charter schools within the city.

Currently, the application process is open for all grades, K-12, promising more than 900 available seats at the kindergarten level alone. This wide range of options allows families the flexibility to apply to multiple schools, ensuring that they can find the best educational fit for their children.

Parents interested in exploring the diverse educational offerings can apply to a variety of schools, including:

  • Academy of Health Sciences Charter School, catering to grades 5-8
  • Citizenship & Science Academy of Rochester Charter School, welcoming students from K-4 and expanding to grade 12
  • Discovery Charter School, for grades K-6, among many others

Each school offers a unique curriculum, focusing on different areas of learning from health sciences to the arts, and science & technology, providing students with a rich and diverse educational experience.

Applications can be submitted online, with the process being completely free. Moreover, to accommodate all families, the application is available in both English and Spanish. This initiative underscores Rochester’s commitment to offering accessible, quality education to its young residents.

For families seeking more information or needing assistance with the application process, the GoodSchoolsRoc HelpLine is available at (585) 491-9777. This is an invaluable resource for parents navigating the application process, ensuring that all children have the opportunity to benefit from a charter school education in Rochester.

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