Enrollment FAQ’s

/Enrollment FAQ’s
Enrollment FAQ’s2019-02-04T17:30:40+00:00

How do I get started?

Upon enrollment approval and complete submission of enrollment documentation, you are enrolled in our school as a full-time student and should not be enrolled in any other program. Students have access to their entire courses the day the courses are activated. Course access is available 24/7.

Within 48 hours, you will speak with an Orientation Specialist to assist you with any questions and support you for a successful start. Once comfortable with all aspects of the program, your Mentor/Teacher will guide you through your school journey. They will meet with you regularly in person or virtually, providing advice on curriculum and vendors and helping you to meet your educational goals.

Do I have to pay anything to enroll?

We are a tuition-free public school which gives you enrichment funds! Since Peak Prep Academy is a public school, there is no tuition associated with enrollment. Learn more here! 

What grades are offered by the school?

Peak Prep Academy offers a variety of courses in grades TK-12.

My child really likes books and materials. Does the school supply those?

Yes! Our elementary students receive boxes of books, manipulatives, and materials needed for success. Our middle and high school students receive the needed materials depending on course selection but typically, middle and high school students work in online courses.

What subjects will my child take?

Our elementary school children take very traditional courses with some great elective course options depending on the program. Students in grades 6 -12 receive 2 courses every 8 weeks. We have found that students have far better curriculum mastery using this format.

Will my student have a California-credentialed teacher?

Yes, all of our teachers and mentors have credentials with years of experience.

Can you accommodate accelerated learners or students identified as gifted?

The very nature of an online program can allow for acceleration. Our individualized approach allows teachers to assess students to find their challenge point in the elementary grades. Our students in middle and high school can take an accelerated approach with counselor permission. We also offer a great variety of electives, honors, and AP courses to challenge students and prepare them for higher education.