Frontier Schools admission and enrollment policies require applicants to submit a complete application form in order to be considered for admission.Frontier Schools admission and enrollment policies require applicants to submit a complete application form in order to be considered for admission.
The easiest and quickest way to apply is online.
Alternatively, you can download and print the application form using the following links: Application Form (English) or Application Form (Spanish). Once completed, paper applications can be delivered, mailed or faxed to the campus.
Frontier Schools requires applicants to submit a complete application form in order to be considered for admission.The application period begins on November 1st and ends on February 1st for all the grade levels. If a student applies outside of the designated application period, the student will be placed on a waiting list in the order of the date in which the application was received.
If capacity of the school is insufficient to enroll all pupils who submit a timely application at any grade level, a computerized lottery will be conducted. If the number of pupils from the applicant list is equal or less than the opening at a grade level, all applicants on that grade level will be admitted.
The principal or designee of each campus will conduct the computerized lottery, with supervision by the superintendent or designee from central office. This ensures that the admissions list and the waiting list are selected randomly. Results of the lottery shall be certified by a notary public.
The lottery software will fill randomly all available seats allowed by the enrollment cap and create a waiting list. As space becomes available, applicants will be called from the waiting list beginning with applicants with the lowest number assignment.
Returning students (students who currently attend Frontier Schools and intend to return the next school year) are exempted from the lottery if they notify the school of their intent to return for the next school year by the deadline established by Frontier Schools.
If a student applies to the school outside of the designated application period, the student will be placed on a waiting list in the order of the date in which the application is received.
Charter schools are nonsectarian, secular public schools of choice that provide parents an alternative to traditional public schools. They are free and open to all students in the districts where they operate, and are accountable for specific results.
Any student who lives within the Kansas City Public School District boundaries is eligible to apply.
Yes. Please fill out a separate application form for each desired campus.
Complete an application form and submit it to the school’s front office, via mail, fax, or in person. You can also apply online at school web sites: www.kcfsi.org- www.kcfse.org - www.frontierstem.org.
As a charter school, if more students apply than we have spots available, we are required by law to hold a lottery to determine which students will have the opportunity to attend. Many charter schools have wait lists and may admit more students from the wait list as spots become available.
Student must live within the boundaries of the Kansas City Public School District to attend Frontier Schools.Zip Codes are:
64101 64102 64105 64106 64108 64109 64110 64111 64112 64113 64114 64120 64123 64124 64125 64126 64127 64128 (entire) 64129 64130 64131 64132 64133 (partial) 64138 (partial)
Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
No, Frontier Schools is a tuition free public school.
Yes, we do provide extra-curricular activities including academic and social clubs.
No, since Frontier Schools is an open enrollment charter school, we do not test students as part of the admission process.
Yes, we provide transportation for K - 12 and it is free of charge.
Yes, students are required to wear a uniform.
For 2019-20 school year, school hours (tentative) will be 8 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
A child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if the child reaches the age of five (5) on or before the first day of September of the school year in which the child applies for entrance.
A child is eligible for admission to Pre-Kindergarten if the child reaches the age of four (4) on or before the first day of September of the school year in which the child applies for entrance.
Student must reside within the Kansas City Public School District boundary and must be eligible for the National School Lunch Program (determined by completing a Free and Reduced Price School Meals Application).