Admissions and Enrollment
Now Enrolling for the 2021-2022 School Year!
EKA is currently accepting applications for enrollment and re-enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year. We are accepting applications for students in K-10. EKA does not accept new enrollments for students in 11th or 12th grade unless they have previous high school project-based learning experience and are not credit deficient by four or more credits.
While considering enrolling your student at EKA, please review our Discipline, Attendance, and Dress Code policies which are more strict than local school district policies. Attendance at EKA is a high priority and is closely monitored by the administration.
EKA Enrollment Information
When completing the enrollment process for your child, you will be required to provide and complete the following information:
There are expectations and a commitment from the students/families that attend EKA, and every family will be asked to sign a contract that states their acceptance and understanding of these commitments.
Proof of Immunizations
NRS 392.435 Immunization of pupils: Certificate prerequisite to enrollment; conditional enrollment; effect of failure to immunize; report to Health Division; inclusion of certificate in pupil's record.
Unless excused because of religious belief or medical condition, a child may not be enrolled in a public school within this State unless his parents or guardian submit to the board of trustees of the school district in which the child resides a certificate stating that the child has been immunized and has received proper boosters for that immunization or is complying with the schedules established pursuant to NRS 439.550 for the following diseases:
Kindergarten students must have attained the age of 5 years old by Sept. 30.
First-grade students must have attained the age of 6 years old by Sept. 30 and demonstrate proof of completing Kindergarten at a public, state-licensed private, state-exempt private, or approved home school program.
Demonstrate proof of completing Kindergarten and promotion to first grade while being a resident of another state in compliance with the age and entrance requirements of that State. Proof must be verified through a report card issued by the out-of-state public or private school.
Second-grade students must have attained the age of 7 years old by Sept. 30 and demonstrate proof of completing Kindergarten and first grade at a public, state-licensed private, state-exempt private, or approved home school program.
Payment of school fees is expected upon acceptance.
School Fees for the school year are: