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Charter schools charge tuition.

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All charter schools in Baton Rouge are tuition-free public schools. Charter schools broaden school options for families that may be unhappy with their assigned schools.

Charter schools only accept students with high test scores.

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Charter schools are open to everyone.

Charter schools do not have admissions tests and accept students regardless of their past report cards or standardized test scores. Instead, we use a lottery system, ensuring equal access for all families.

Charter schools are not held accountable.

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Charter schools, just like all public schools, are held accountable to the academic standards required by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. With accountability, charter schools have introduced more innovation to the education system than ever before. Charter schools have full autonomy to make decisions that best fit students, families and teachers.

Charter schools do not follow the Common Core curriculum.

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All Louisiana schools follow a set of standards set by the Louisiana Department of Education, not the federal Common Core. Working within those standards, charter schools use their freedom and independence to build curriculum that works for their students.

EnrollBR provides application support beyond just providing an online application.

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At EnrollBR, we are committed to helping every student and every family with every aspect of education. We provide application assistance, translation services, school tours, teacher meet and greets and more.

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Charter schools charge tuition.

False

All charter schools in Baton Rouge are tuition-free public schools. Charter schools broaden school options for families that may be unhappy with their assigned schools.

Charter schools only accept students with high test scores.

False

Charter schools are open to everyone.

Charter schools do not have admissions tests and accept students regardless of their past report cards or standardized test scores. Instead, we use a lottery system, ensuring equal access for all families.

Charter schools are not held accountable.

False

Charter schools, just like all public schools, are held accountable to the academic standards required by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. With accountability, charter schools have introduced more innovation to the education system than ever before. Charter schools have full autonomy to make decisions that best fit students, families and teachers.

Charter schools do not follow the Common Core curriculum.

True

All Louisiana schools follow a set of standards set by the Louisiana Department of Education, not the federal Common Core. Working within those standards, charter schools use their freedom and independence to build curriculum that works for their students.

EnrollBR provides application support beyond just providing an online application.

True

At EnrollBR, we are committed to helping every student and every family with every aspect of education. We provide application assistance, translation services, school tours, teacher meet and greets and more.

Hear From Real Students & Parents

As a parent, I love the family dynamic that this school has to offer. There are great teachers and the rest of the staff is also wonderful. My daughter has been able to learn a lot at this school.

Jasmin

Parent, Dalton Elementary School

My favorite part about 5th grade is ELA and social studies. I am learning a lot in her classes. Ms. Guy, my math and science teacher, is also a great teacher. I am able to learn a lot in those classes.

Jeremiah

Student, Lanier Elementary School

As a concerned parent, my son came from a school where he was having several behavioral and academic issues. I quickly found out how involved, caring, and professional the principal and staff are at the school. He loves Mr. Johnson, one of his teachers, and I am happy that he has a good role model to look up to. The school always calls me and assures me that he is doing well. Anything that I have a concern about, they are there to help from beginning to end, and they always follow through with what I need. I am extremely excited to see how much he will continue to improve in the upper grades.

Shawanda

Parent, Glen Oaks Middle School

I have had a great experience with Dalton. The staff and the administration here are extremely helpful and nice. My daughter has learned so much; the smaller setting is great for her. Everyone is always greeting me with care and are extremely considerate. The staff here really take in consideration the needs of the children. I really look at Dalton as a family. My next two kids will definitely be coming to Redesign Schools Louisiana.

Wendy

Parent, Dalton Elementary School

I have been at this school since kindergarten and now I am in the 5th grade. This school has a lot of activities for me and for families. We have dances, movie nights, and other activities. I am so happy that we are able to take dance class because that is my favorite. For Halloween, we went trick-or-treating; we dressed up as a class in costumes and went down the halls to get candy.

Devin

Student, Dalton Elementary School

This school is amazing for students. It is so fun because you have extra classes like P.E., art, and dance. When you go to lunch they have good food, and the staff is so nice to you. School is a fun place to learn, and I get to do this with all my friends.

Gamiah

Student, Lanier Elementary School

I have been here since 6th grade, and the teachers and staff have really helped me improve. In 6th grade, I was suspended, and that really affected my grades. By 7th grade, with the help of my teachers, I was always in class and I was not getting into trouble. I’ve made A/B Honor Roll all year and now I am Ms. Glen Oaks Middle School.

Jhayla

Student, Glen Oaks Middle School

My daughter, Quintasia, attends GEO Next Generation High School. One of the things I love most about the school is that the staff pushes you to be better. They believe in you and that makes a difference when you're looking for a school...I’m from St. Tammany Parish and my daughter would not have had the same opportunities if they were not GEO students. It makes me proud to know that she will be graduating with her Associate Degree.

Moranda

Parent, GEO Next Generation High School

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What does it mean to apply through EnrollBR?

Applying through EnrollBR doesn't mean taking an entrance exam or paying an application fee...

It means you're showing interest to hold a seat for your child at a school that is perfect for them.

Through EnrollBR, you can apply to be added to multiple schools registration lists in 10 minutes or less.

What do I need to apply?

Getting started on your application may seem daunting. But the application is easy and takes less than 10 minutes.

All you need is an email, your child's grade level, and a list of schools you'd like to apply to.

You only need to submit one application per child. You can use one application to apply to multiple schools.

Do you have more than one child? You can include and manage all of your children’s applications on one account with our portal.

How do I apply?

To start your application, create a family profile. This allows you to access the application and see your application status.

Fill out the application and select the schools you are interested in.

Check back later to see which schools offer your student a seat.

What happens next?

Check the status of your application by logging in to our Family Portal. Click “Apply Now” at enrollbr.org and use the login you created when submitting your application.

Scroll down to your child’s name and click "View Placement Results" to view the status of your application and any enrollment offers.

To enroll in a school, click “Accept” next to the school you’re interested in. Once you’ve completed registration, your child is enrolled in that school.

Once you click "Accept", offers from other schools will be automatically declined, but you will not be removed from any waitlists.

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