Admissions at Logos Academy is open!
Logos Academy follows the six-step admissions process outlined below. As factors in our admissions decision making, we use ethnic diversity, economic diversity, application date, our school’s ability to serve the student’s individual needs, and the parent partnership. An admissions committee meets once each month to make decisions related to new student enrollment.
The 2020-21 school year is open for admissions!
Logos Academy is accepting applications for the following grade levels for the next school year (2020-21). Please follow the steps listed below.
- Open – We currently have openings for the 2020-21 school year in these grades: 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th and 10th.
- Waitlist – Student applications for the waitlist are being accepted for the 2020-21 school year for the following grades: 1st, 3rd, 6th and 9th. To qualify for the waitlist, students must successfully progress through all stages of admissions and be offered enrollment. The waitlist will be in effect for the entire 2019-20 school year.
- Closed – Admissions is closed for Kindergarten, 2nd, 11th and 12th grades for the 2020-21 school year.
Admissions is closed for the current school year (2019-20).
Steps to guide you through our admissions process:
Step 1 – Tour our school. Learn about and see our vibrant learning community in action. SIGN UP here, or send an email to our admissions director, Carolyn Butera at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also reach her by phone at 717-848-9835 ext 109.
Step 2 – An Application for Admissions must be submitted online by visiting www.logosyork.org and selecting HOW TO APPLY on the ADMISSIONS tab. APPLY HERE There is a $50.00 non-refundable fee per student application, which includes payment for academic screening tests. A checklist at the end of the application lists the documents required for further processing. Parents will be responsible for signing a RELEASE FORM and submitting it to their child’s current school so that academic, behavior, and attendance records can be sent to Logos Academy. The admissions process cannot move forward until these records are received.
Step 3 – Academic Screening Tests will be scheduled once an application has been submitted. This testing will help us determine if we have the resources needed to serve a student well and to find the student’s best placement within Logos Academy. At the same time of the testing, parents and guardians are required to attend a Prospective Parent Partnership Event at Logos Academy. These events are held one time each month on a Saturday morning.
Step 4 – The Admissions Committee meets once a month to make admissions decisions. Parents will be notified after this meeting regarding next steps.
Step 5 – Families create a FACTS Financial User Account. For families that choose to apply for the Logos Academy Scholarship Award, the application must be submitted through FACTS Mgmt. APPLY HERE This can happen at any time in the admissions process, i.e. after Step 2 or in Step 5. You will be asked to include your most recent IRS Form 1040, W2, and your most recent pay stub to allow us to calculate the scholarship (other documents will be requested by FACTS). There is a $35.00 non-refundable FACTS User Account fee per family.
Step 6 – Tuition Agreement Acceptance will complete the enrollment process. You will be directed through FACTS Mgmt. to accept the terms of the tuition agreement and to finalize the enrollment of your student. A 10% prepayment discount is available if you pay tuition in full by July 31, or prior to the first day of your child’s attendance if the school year has already begun. Another option is to choose a monthly payment plan with a $50.00 non-refundable FACTS Mgmt. fee per family account.
If you are interested in admissions, we invite you to join us soon for a tour of our school as the first step in our admissions process. Please feel free to contact our admissions director, Carolyn Butera, at any time.
717-848-9835 ext. 109
Logos Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, or national origin in the administration of its educational programs, admission policies, financial aid, or personnel policies.