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Online School Enrollment for Full-time Students

Open full-time enrollment ended April 30th

Good news: you still have a couple options for enrolling:

2018 Wisconsin Open Enrollment Period

Started: February 5, 2018
Ended: April 30, 2018

Not sure which process to use? Select the scenario best describing your current situation:

I am a Waukesha School District Resident and

I want to attend eAchieve in 2018-2019

I am NOT a Waukesha School District Resident and

I want to attend eAchieve in 2018-2019

If you still have enrollment questions, please contact our school secretary at 262-970-1069 for a fast, friendly response! 

Waukesha School District Residents Can Use an Immediate In District Transfer to Finish This Year at eAchieve

School District of Waukesha residents who want to transfer to eAchieve Academy but have missed the March 1 application deadline must submit the in-district transfer form to their school counselor AND also follow a few additional steps:

  1. Discuss your reasons for wanting to transfer to eAchieve Academy with your counselor at your current school.
  2. If transferring to eAchieve Academy still seems like a good idea, your counselor will coordinate a meeting with you and the eAchieve Academy counselor
  3. If it still seems like an appropriate move, administrative approval will be pursued.

Students who are currently being homeschooled, attend a private school, or just moved to Waukesha also need to complete the in-district transfer form, but will submit it directly to the eAchieve Academy office:

eAchieve Academy - Wisconsin
School District of Waukesha
222 Maple Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53186

Fax: 262.970.1148

Scan & Email: eAsecretary@waukesha.k12.wi.us

The March 1 deadline and additional steps above do not apply to School District of Waukesha residents who are not currently attending a School District of Waukesha school.

Student Transfering to Online High School

Waukesha School District Residents Use the Normal In-District Transfer Procedure to Enroll for the Following School Year

Students who live within the School District of Waukesha boundaries can attend eAchieve Academy tuition-free. Students interested in transferring to an online high school and already attending a School District of Waukesha school need to fill out the in-district transfer form available on the district's website by March 1. After March 1, the additional steps listed in the Immediate In-District Transfer section also apply.

Students who are currently being homeschooled, attend a private school, or just moved to Waukesha also need to complete the in-district transfer form but will choose the "not currently enrolled in district" option as the school they are currently attending.

Please submit all forms to:

eAchieve Academy - Wisconsin
School District of Waukesha
222 Maple Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53186

Fax: 262.970.1148

Scan & Email: eAsecretary@waukesha.k12.wi.us

The March 1 deadline and additional steps do not apply to School District of Waukesha residents who are not currently attending a School District of Waukesha school.

Student Enrolling in Online High School Next Year

Students Who Are Not Waukesha School District Residents Should Use Open Enrollment to Switch to eAchieve for Next Year

Students with difficult schedules or those students who don't learn well in the traditional classroom setting benefit from the flexible scheduling available by switching to an online option for elementary, middle or high school. With personalized attention and live-sessions with teachers and students from across Wisconsin, you learn at your own pace while gaining valuable life skills. Reach your full academic potential by transferring to an online academy.

Please apply online through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's website. Remember, you have a limited time frame for applying. Don't miss it!

 

 

The School District of Waukesha prohibits discrimination related to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender, sexual orientation, religion/creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability.

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