Enrollment for 2021-22
Enrollment for 2021/22
Thank you for your interest in joining CCA.
The enrollment process is simple. Fill out the Online Course Request Form below for the grade you will be entering in the fall. Below are several helps for you to guide you in selecting courses.
The process is to 1) fill out the form, then 2) we will meet with you to refine your class choices and complete the rest of the enrollment documents during March or April.
All Applicants Must Complete:
If you wish to enroll at Charter University Prep, Please Click Here
To Help you decide which classes to take:
- Here is a Course Pathways Chart to show you what classes are taken through high school
- Look here to see our Spring 2021 Class Schedule to get an indication as to which classes are offered when. The actual Schedule will be slightly different, depending on staffing, course requests, and course offerings.
- Detailed Descriptions of our courses are in our Course Catalog
- Please read our Welcome to CCA letter and our FAQ webpage to help you understand our program better.
- Link to ROP options
Academic Placement Notes
CCA is designed for students who are desiring and able to complete course of study that will prepare them to be successful in the work world or at the Community College with an emphasis on Career Education.
- Our students attend classes twice weekly -We are not an Independent Study Program or Online school.
Our base Math level in high school is Algebra Foundations. Click Here for Math Placement Guidelines
If your student has an active IEP or 504 plan, please indicate so when you are applying so we may work with you on the best educational plan.
Students must be self-disciplined to do work at home. Late work is not accepted. Students will typically work 4-5 hours per day on schoolwork
The maximum credits a student may earn in a year is 80. CCA is not a credit-recovery program. All courses are rigorous and few students earn more than 65-70 credits in a year.
- CCA vs CUPrep: Both programs work on the same type of schedule and format. The significant difference you will find is one of rigor and whether or not the student's goal is to attend a University. Students who's goals are to go into careers which do not require a University degree, or who wish to attend a Community College first, will be well served at CCA. CCA students also have access to daily tutoring help as well as a supervising teacher with whom they will meet regularly. Students bound for a University will earn A's and B's in rigorous classes and will takel more academic courses at CUPrep than at CCA and normally complete several community college courses by the time they graduate. CUPrep students do not have supervising teachers.