FAQ'S: Applying for Enrollment at Magic Apple School
What happens after I submit an application for a fall space?
After your application is received you will be contacted for a brief visit with your student. You and your student will be shown around our campus. After visiting we encourage parents to speak with their child(ren) at home and facilitate a conversation about their possible attendance at Magic Apple. We feel strongly that enrollment at Magic Apple must be in the best interest of each student.
Are deposit checks (materials and registration fees and 1/2 of regular monthly) tuition required to attend?
A great deal of paperwork and energy goes into each requested enrollment. By requiring deposit checks we are insuring that applicants are serious about enrolling. Required deposit checks, however, ARE NOT CASHED until after the visits are completed and it has been determined by both teachers and parents that enrollment will be in the best interest of the child(ren). Once enrollment has been agreed upon by both parents and teachers and enrollment paperwork has been sent, deposits become non-refundable.
What happens after the visit if a space in not available as requested?
We will place your student on our wait list and contact you for enrollment as soon as your requested space becomes available.
What is the easiest time to gain admission to Magic Apple?
Students attending at least 4-weeks at either Magic Apple's Camp Western Town and/or Apple's, Camp Apple are the only ones who will have a guaranteed fall enrollment space. During the end of the school year a few spaces also open up as our sixth graders graduate as well; students who are continuously enrolled will always have first priority (see below for more information about summer enrollment).
When are summer enrollment applications available?
Typically, summer enrollment materials are available during the first week of April.
Enrollment for our wonderful programs may be quite competitive at times so it is important to read and understand our policies to avoid possible disappointment and hurt feelings when a space is not available for your student.