2020/21 Enrollment Application Information
Our Lottery Application Period is now open! Lottery applications are due on or before January 31st at 4:00 PM.

Lottery applications are submitted online. You do not need to submit applications in person. Computers are available in the front office for those who would like assistance.

Click HERE to apply.

Parents/Guardians:
1. Register yourself as a user in Lotterease. Make a note of your username and password.
2. You will be prompted to add a child. Add their first, middle, and last name as well as their date of birth
3. Select School “Westlake Charter School”
4. Select the Lottery Name – this is the grade level your student will be in for the 2020-2021 school year.
5. Select all preferences that apply.
6. Submit the application. You will receive an email confirmation with your lottery number.
7. If you have additional students, repeat steps 2-6 by clicking “Add a sibling”. Please note that each child is to have one application on file by the due date and time. Multiple births (e.g. twins) must each have their own application and each will be handled separately like any other sibling

If you do not receive email confirmation, your application is not entered in the lottery. Email admin@westlakecharter.com with questions.

Note – all preferences will be validated prior to the Public Random Lottery. In order to receive the “Title One” or “Free or Reduced Lunch” preference, income will be verified prior to the Public Random Lottery.

Why enroll at Westlake Charter School

If you are new to Charter Schools, you may not know that Westlake Charter School is a public, tuition-free school just like the school down the street. Charter Schools have flexibility in being able to offer individualized programs, and Westlake Charter School, offers Art, Spanish and Physical Education – instructed by credentialed teachers – to all students, starting in Kindergarten and continuing through 8th grade. Westlake Charter has the smallest class sizes in Natomas, and has been recognized by the California Department of Education for our Project Based Learning instructional model. Charter Schools are held to the same accountability measures as traditional schools, meaning that we need to make sure we are providing challenging programs and increasing the academic excellence of all of our students.

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