Families Interested in 2019-2020 Enrollment
A+UP now offers a common application available online at applyhouston.org.
The 2019-2020 lottery application opens on November 1, 2018. --NOTE: HURRY! Space is limited!
To enter the A+UP lottery process, create an account and submit an A+UP application online. Parents or legal guardians can complete the online application on their own, or by visiting the A+UP campus.
A+UP prioritizes the lottery for the school in the following ways:
1. Children of eligible A+UP employees
2. Current A+UP students with an approved transfer request
3. Eligible sibling applicants (siblings who share at least one biological parent or one legal guardian with a current A+UP student, and who do not have an active A+UP expulsion on their school record)
The lottery occurs on February 15, 2019, and families can check their student's status online on February 22, 2019.
If your child is not selected in the lottery process, they will be placed on a waitlist that follows the prioritization order stated above. If and when seats become available at your child’s primary campus, the campus will contact families in the ordered sequence from the waitlist. If your child is next on the waitlist, you will receive a notification to offer your child the available seat.
If you miss the deadline to participate in the lottery, feel free to submit an application. You will be placed on our waitlist and be contacted if a seat becomes available.
We'd love to see you at one of these upcoming enrollment events!
Interested in learning more about A+ UP? Already applied, but have a few more questions before registering? Do all of this and more with A+ UP Learning Coaches at one of the nights listed below.
The A+UP Campus
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
2410 Hamilton St, Houston TX 77004
Parking lot is on the Chenevert Street side.
There's no substitute for seeing the A+UP model in action, and our scholars love visitors! If you'd like to arrange a tour at our campus, please contact Kap McWhorter at 713.955.7587 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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