The enrollment process begins when a parent submits a signed Letter of Intent (LOI) to enroll to our office. All Letter’s of Intent will be date stamped in the order that they are received. RMCA accepts students from all districts. Our contract with D49 requires that 51% of our students live within D49 boundaries.
K-8 Enrollment Process
Rocky Mountain Classical Academy Waitlist/ Enrollment Policy
Eligible students shall be considered for admission into Rocky Mountain Classical Academy on a first-come, first-serve basis, and without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, religion, ancestry, or gender.
RMCA accepts kindergarten through 8th grade students, with the exception of children who have been expelled from their previous school or have other pending disciplinary or truancy issues. RMCA will also admit students who have previously declined enrollment or dis-enrolled from RMCA on a case-by-case basis. There are no academic enrollment requirements. However, RMCA does conduct placement testing for potential incoming 2nd -8th graders in order to determine availability in the appropriate class according to academic level. RMCA reserves the right to decline enrollment to students if false, misleading or incomplete information is included on the enrollment documents.
Enrollment preference is given to:
Retention/advancement of currently enrolled students.
Children of RMCA Employees
Siblings of currently enrolled students (Exception: When a student has chosen to voluntarily leave the school and then wishes to return, their new sibling status is based on the new letter of intent date (not sibling date of entry) and returning eligibility as determined by the administration.
Current Students in RMCA’s Homeschool program who have completed at least one year’s enrollment and who desire full-time placement.
RMCA reserves the right to deny enrollment requests from students residing outside the Falcon 49 School District when such enrollment would have a negative impact on the efficient use of district and school resources.
All applicants must be residents of Colorado to attend RMCA. Out of area students may apply with a Letter of Intent (LOI) and may then be placed on the waitlist or offered enrollment, however, proof of residency or a copy of relocation orders is required to finalize enrollment.
All prospective Kindergarten students must turn 5 years old on or before September 15th of the year of enrollment. Students must turn 6 years old on or before October 1st of the year of enrollment in 1st grade.
Excluding Kindergarten students who have never attended school and students applying to attend RMCA mid-school year, a student must be in the grade preceding that for which he or she is applying in an upcoming school year.