AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School is an engaging, full-day, tuition-free public charter preschool welcoming all children living in the District of Columbia.
We are in the post-lottery season of enrollment. If you were matched with AppleTree and failed to complete the registration and enrollment to secure your child’s seat for SY19/20, you will need to reapply to AppleTree and its partner schools through the MSDC post-lottery process.
We are contacting families on all our campus waitlist roster as seats become available. If you are awaiting a call, please be ready to submit your documents to secure your child’s seat. The waitlist timeline is five (5) business days from the date of the offer. The instructions below outline the next steps:
These instructions are repeated in your offer letter and they are without exception, so please secure your child’s seat by (1)completing your online registration, (2)submitting your DC proof of residency to the central office and (3)submitting the required documents to your campus. You have five (5) business days to complete and secure your child’s seat for SY20. The required documents are:
Central Office Residency Acceptance Office hours: Walk-ins are acceptable between the following times:
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 9:00am-3:30pm
Wednesday is the central office enrollment team administrative day; therefore, no proof of residency will be accepted.
Please check with your campus directly for summer office hours. The school contact information is available on the school page.
New and Returning Families
See the 2017-18 AppleTree Early Learning PCS Parent Handbook that may answer many of your questions.
If you have questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about AppleTree Early Learning PCS work fulfilling the Child Find Policy that includes identifying, locating and evaluating AppleTree students with disabilities, read this document.
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