Beehive Academy serves students in 6th through 12th grades with a maximum class size of 26 students. As an open-enrollment public charter school, it is open to all eligible students on a space available basis and does not discriminate in its admissions policies or practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, religion, ancestry, or athletic performance.
All parents wishing to enroll their students in BSTA must complete and return an Application for Enrollment. First preference in admissions is given to currently enrolled students. Second preference is given to children of founding members and staff of the school. Third preference is given to siblings of students already enrolled in the school. The remaining spaces will be filled by open enrollment applicants.
Open enrollment begins in December and ends on the day before the lottery date. If, at the end of the open enrollment period, the number of Open Enrollment Applicants exceeds the number of seats available for any grade, a lottery will be held on a specified date in the month of February to determine which applicants will be enrolled in that grade. For detailed information about the lottery procedure, please check the BSTA Lottery Procedure below.
If, at the end of the open enrollment deadline, there are still openings, we will continue accepting applications until all openings for new students are filled. All the parents of the students selected in the lottery will be contacted following the lottery with additional information. The parents of a child selected for the enrollment must accept the position by returning the completed registration forms and fees by a set date. If the registration forms and fees are not timely completed and received, the enrollment will be terminated and the next student on the waiting list will be considered for enrollment on that slot.