General Enrollment

Enrollment Guidelines 
If you are committed to education and are looking for the very best school for your child, please consider Littleton Prep Charter School. Littleton Prep is currently accepting Letters of Intent for pre-kindergarten to grade 8 for 2019-2020 school year. Littleton Prep offers full-day, academically rigorous Kindergarten Monday through Friday. As a public, charter school, there is no tuition for Kindergarten through eighth grade.

Students are enrolled at LPCS on a first-come, first-serve basis, with priority given to returning students, employee and siblings of returning students, in-district students and out of district students. 

To be placed on the waitlist, parents/guardians are asked to complete a Letter of Intent (LOI) form for each student they wish to enroll at LPCS. A priority number will be assigned to each LOI received. Priority for enrollment is established by different priority levels, mentioned above. Priority for enrollment at LPCS is established by different priority levels.  The date and time is recorded when the Letter of Intent form is received by the LPCS office staff.

Each year, during the month of January, openings will be identified and filled for the upcoming year. When there is a vacancy, the next priority number for that grade level will be contacted about a possible opening. Upon receipt of an email and phone call (or voicemail message) offer of enrollment, parents have 24 hours to accept or decline that offer. Upon accepting an offer of enrollment, parents will have one week to turn in all completed enrollment paperwork. Please know that the waitlist is dynamic, meaning family waitlist positions will change as other families accept or decline spots. Once the in-district list is exhausted or April 1 (whichever comes first), priority will be given according to the dates and times on the LOI forms, regardless of the applicant’s place of residence.

Any student whose LOI form is received by Littleton Prep, but is not admitted because of enrollment limitations, will retain his or her priority on the wait list for all following years. The students will remain on the wait list until he or she is offered enrollment in Littleton Prep or until the parent/guardian requests the name to be removed.  If a student declines enrollment when offered by Littleton Prep, they will lose his or her enrollment priority, and if the student desires to establish a new priority, they will be reassigned a new priority number.

How to Enroll in Littleton Prep’s Pre-kindergarten
Littleton Prep's pre-kindergarten offers a tuition based full-day program that runs from 8:00 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.  MF, MWF or TT are available on a first come, first serve basis. The Core Knowledge sequence is utilized and the children learn in a hands-on, positive and FUN environment where they are nurtured and loved. Click here for more information on the pre-k program.

School Tours
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Enrollment Age Requirments
Littleton Prep requires that students must be 5 years of age by September 30 of the school year to enroll in Kindergarten and 4 years of age by September 30 for pre-k.

Enrollment Procedures-How to Apply 
1. The first step to enrolling your student at Littleton Prep is to complete and return a Letter of Intent (LOI) form to the school office.  The form may be emailed, faxed, hand delivered or mailed to our office. This completed form places your child on the waitlist.

2.  Each LOI form will be assigned a priority number and placed on the waitlist.

3.  Each year, openings will be filled for the upcoming year from the existing students and then employee, sibling and in-district waitlist.  Once the in-district list is exhausted or April 1 (whichever comes first), priority will be given according to the dates and times on their LOI forms, regardless of the applicant’s place of residence.

4.  When a position opens in a particular grade level, parents of the next student on the wait list will be contacted. Upon receipt of an email or phone call (or voicemail message) offer of enrollment, parents have 24 hours to accept or decline that offer.

5.  Upon accepting an offer of enrollment, parents will have one week to turn in all completed enrollmet paperwork: birth certificate, immunization record, last report card, past standardized test scores and proof of residency.