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    Kindergarten Pre-Enrollment Form

    Grades 1-8 Pre-Enrollment Form

    Admissions Policy

    Twin Cities International Schools follows Minnesota Statue 124.D in its enrollment practices. The text of the law is as follows:
    A charter school shall enroll an eligible pupil who submits a timely application, unless the number of applications exceeds the capacity of a program, class, grade level, or building. In this case, pupils must be accepted by lot.
    The charter school must develop and publish a lottery policy and process that they must use when accepting pupils by lot.
    A charter school shall give enrollment preferences to a sibling of an enrolled pupil and to a foster child of that pupil’s parents and may give preference for enrolling children of the school’s staff before accepting other pupils by lot.
    The charter school shall not distribute any services or goods of value to students, parents, or guardians as an inducement, term, or condition of enrolling a student in a charter school.

    Once a student who resides in Minnesota is enrolled in the school in kindergarten through grade 12, or in the school's free preschool or prekindergarten program under section 124E.06, subdivision 3, paragraph (b), the student is considered enrolled in the school until the student formally withdraws or is expelled under the Pupil Fair Dismissal Act in sections 121A.40 to 121A.56

    TCIS Admission Policy #591

    TCIS Lottery Process

    Twin Cities International Schools welcomes fami­lies and admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, priv­i­leges, programs, and activ­i­ties gener­ally accorded or made avail­able to students at the school. It does not discrim­i­nate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, marital status, disabil­ity, and age in admin­is­tra­tion of its educa­tional poli­cies, admis­sions poli­cies, athletic and other school-administered programs.