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Thank you for your interest in Crisp Academy.  

We look forward to having you tour our campus, meet our faculty, and join our school family.  


Admission to Crisp Academy is by application only. Students entering K3 must be three years old by September 1; students entering K4 must be four years old by September 1; students entering K5 must be five years old by September 1, and students entering first grade must be six years old by September 1. All children in the primary grades (K3-K5) must be toilet trained. “Pull-ups” are not allowed for children in these classes. If a child has multiple accidents in a short period of time and we believe the child is not fully toilet trained, the student will be reassigned or enrollment terminated until training is complete.

Prospective students are encouraged to visit the campus before applying. Parents should submit a student information form and a request for records form before or at the time they visit. The prospective student will take a placement exam. The Head of School and Counselor will review the exam score, academic records, attendance records, discipline records, psychological reports, and IEP or 504 plans. As a private school Crisp Academy is under no legal obligation to follow an IEP or 504.

The Head of School will notify parents of acceptance or denial. Crisp Academy reserves the right to refuse admittance or to dismiss any student who has an academic or conduct record which is not in keeping with the standards set forth by Crisp Academy. Students over the age of twenty years may not be enrolled at Crisp Academy.

Students approved for admission will be sent an email notification giving instructions for completing the online Registration/contract. Once the contract is complete, the student will be enrolled in classes.

Admission Procedures


Re-enrollment for the next school year is held in the spring. The school will send an email notifying parents of the dates for re-enrollment. Returning families will have two weeks to re-enroll before enrollment is opened to the public.