Candeo Schools, known for its rigorous, knowledge-based schooling and classical liberal arts philosophy, is urging parents and students to be forward-thinking concerning the upcoming school year’s enrollment. Although the education industry has recently become accustomed to the seismic shift of COVID-19, it’s important families keep the 2021-2022 school year’s enrollment a top priority.
Candeo’s campus in North Scottsdale will conduct open enrollment the entire month of November. Students who submit an application during this window are eligible for the lottery and receive priority status ahead of standard enrollment applicants. Standard enrollment occurs after the open enrollment period has come to a close. Students applying during the standard enrollment time frame will be eligible on a first-come, first-served basis after open enrollment admissions. Candeo North Scottsdale is limiting its enrollment to 360 students in its second growth phase.
“Candeo is excited to welcome even more students to our outstanding classical schools,” said Dr. Stephanie Musser, founder and chief executive officer of Candeo Schools. “We are committed to continue delivering award-winning education even in these challenging times, and encourage parents and students looking for advanced schooling options to consider Candeo.”
The top-ranked charter school is now offering both in-person and virtual tour options for prospective parents and students. On November 17, Candeo will be hosting a Facebook Live session from 7-8 p.m. to give viewers the opportunity to learn more about the school, why it exists, and why it matters. In-person tours take place at the campus every Thursday from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
“The North Scottsdale location can’t wait to bring more students to our proven program of education and incredibly dedicated classrooms,” said Koren Lane, head of school for Candeo North Scottsdale. “We’ve shown what we’re made of, and parents are experiencing the difference. It’s incredibly rewarding.”