The Charter High SchoolFor Law And Social Justice

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Admissions and Enrollment

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General Admissions Information

Each year, the School will hold a recruitment period for students seeking to enter the ninth grade class.  During the recruitment period, the School will provide information sessions, conduct presentations in the community, and hold tours for interested students and families.  Following the recruitment period, the School will hold a public lottery in a fair and blind manner using an independent observer.  The School will offer a first admissions preference for a sibling of a student currently enrolled in the School and a second admissions preference to children who reside in Community School District Nine.  Students not selected through the lottery will be placed on a waiting list in the order in which they are drawn and then, following the lottery, based on the date the School receives the application.

Enrollment Projections

The School will admit 120 students in each entering ninth grade class.  We will implement strategies designed to retain all of our students; however, we will maintain a wait list of students for each grade in the case space becomes available.

The School's enrollment is large enough to provide sufficient opportunities to address the needs of all learners, but small enough to ensure that each student receives the individual attention he or she needs to excel.  
ATTENTION: We are still accepting applications for our waiting list, so please fill out an application if you are interested in attending The Charter High School for Law and Social Justice.
 
If you have any questions about the School, the application, or how you can apply, please call 1-844-216-2079.

Non-Discrimination Statement: A charter school shall not discriminate against or limit the admission of any student on any unlawful basis, including on the basis of ethnicity, national origin, gender, disability, intellectual ability, measures of achievement or aptitude, athletic ability, race, creed, religion, or ancestry. A school may not require any action by a student or family (such as an admissions test, interview, essay, attendance at an information session, etc.) in order for an applicant to either receive or submit an application for admission to that school.