- Step 1
Complete parts 1 to 3 of this application and mail to Eastern University Academy via the instructions below. Be sure to read and sign the top section of part 2 (and part 3, if applicable). Then, return to Eastern University Academy.
Please Note: It is your responsibility to make sure that you sign the Release of Records form (s), part (s) 2 (and 3). Eastern University Academy will send these forms to your child's Guidance Counselor who should then attach the appropriate records to the form (s), and send them directly to Eastern University Academy Charter School – without this information your student's enrollment cannot be completed.
- Step 2
Once a completed application is received, an acceptance letter will be sent along with an invitation for an informational meeting with an Eastern University Academy staff member.
- Step 6
After acceptance, you should mail or fax your final report card as proof of completion of your current grade to the address below.
- Step 3
Attend a scheduled Student & Family Enrollment Meeting.
- Step 4
All incoming students will attend a Summer Orientation for one week in July. This is a program for incoming students that supports their transition to Eastern University Academy Charter School.
Application Process (Please keep for your records.) aPPLICATION DEADLINE JANUARY 31, 2013
All application materials should be sent to:
Eastern University Academy Charter School
Attn: ADMISSIONS 3 Falls Center, Suite 2, 3300 Henry Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19129
O: 215.769. 3131
F: 215.769. 3112
We will continue to accept applications until all openings are filled. After all vacancies are filled, we place students on an active waiting list for the current academic year only. Those who wish to be placed on a waiting list for the next academic year must re-apply. Please be advised that Eastern University Academy Charter School is required to select students by independent lottery when applications exceed the number of openings.
Any misstatement, failure to disclose or inaccurate information provided in the application may be grounds for revoking the child's admission to the school.