- Prospective parent information session and tour:
January 11, 18, 23 & February 1, 6, 15, see information below to schedule.
- Applications will be available online:
January 11 – February 28, 2018.
- Lottery drawing will be held on:
March 19, 2018.
Thank you for your interest in The Magellan Charter School. We invite you to join us on a campus tour available to all prospective parents/guardians. Our administrator, Mary Griffin will conduct an informative overview of our school and answer any questions you may have. Tours are held at the school in the downstairs multipurpose room and begin promptly at 9:00 am and will last approximately one hour. We request all interested parents/guardians to join us on a tour of our facility and grounds. We encourage all to ask questions, meet some of the staff and speak to volunteer parents and committee members that make up our wonderful Magellan community.
Please select a date for your tour from the SignUp Genius link found below.
Please read the following information concerning our policy and procedures.
Each year, The Magellan Charter School will set a total enrollment number that will be no less than 400 and no greater than 408.
Criteria to Attend The Magellan Charter School
Enrollment priority will be given in the following order and to the extent that space is available and does not exceed the grade level capacity.
Staff: Enrollment priority shall be given to children of full-time employees.
Opportunity: Enrollment priority shall be given to a former student who is enrolled within the last two academic years but left because of an academic study abroad program, competitive admission residential program, or vocational opportunities of the parents.
Sibling and Legacy: Enrollment priority shall be given to siblings of currently enrolled students and 3rd grade siblings of students who have graduated from 8th grade and were enrolled for at least four years. Sibling lotteries will be conducted in grades 4-8 in order to establish a waitlist when numbers exceed grade level capacity.
Enrollment priority shall be given to all siblings in families of newly accepted 3rd grade students who are admitted at the time of the lottery. Priority will be given the following school year to siblings of newly accepted 3rd through 8th grade students admitted after the lottery (to the extent space is available).
Enrollment priority shall be given to 4th through 8th grade siblings of students who have graduated from 8th grade and were enrolled for at least four years (to the extent space is available).