All wait list freshmen are admitted to San Dieguito, Canyon Crest Academy

The San Dieguito Union High School District recently sent a message out to  parents that all freshman students on the wait list will be admitted to San Dieguito High School Academy and Canyon Crest Academy.

In May students on the wait list had been informed no more students would be admitted although, according to the district’s message, “recent developments with our Proposition AA Master Plan have allowed us to review and slightly revise the long-term capacity for the school.”

The news comes after several concerned San Dieguito Academy parents asked for change regarding the district’s school of choice and lottery policy in June after many students were not admitted to their school of choice, San Dieguito.

As it now stands, all incoming ninth grade students currently on the wait list for the academies are now being offered enrollment for the 2014-15 school year. This will also include any older siblings of ninth graders also on the wait list. All admitted students will receive email communication from the school by this Friday, July 18, regarding enrollment procedures and deadlines. In order to attend SDHSA or CCA for the 2014-15 school year, newly admitted students must complete the enrollment process by the deadline. Newly admitted students who are content with their current enrollment status and wish to remain enrolled in their current school may do so.

The district asked that parents not contact any of their high schools at this time, noting the schools will be in contact with them shortly.

Related posts:

  1. High school district offers no guarantees to wait-listed students, but promises to explore options
  2. New principal selected for Canyon Crest Academy in Carmel Valley
  3. Torrey Pines, Canyon Crest make Newsweek’s top 200 high schools list
  4. San Dieguito Union High School District Superintendent Rick Schmitt’s Monthly Update
  5. Canyon Crest Academy principal leaving district

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