Pasadena Rosebud Academy

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K- 8 Enrollment Information

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Dear Prospective Parent(s)/Guardian(s),

Thank you for your interest in Pasadena Rosebud Academy. We realize that choosing the best educational setting for your child is extremely important to you and your family. Therefore, we have created an environment that demonstrates our commitment to a safe and welcoming community to all families. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to providing your child with a quality education. Each child will be held to high academic standards that will allow them to succeed in any secondary educational setting.

The academic success of students at Pasadena Rosebud Academy is strongly enhanced with parent involvement. We welcome and encourage parents to show their child how important education is by reading to them nightly and reinforcing classroom instruction at home. We strongly encourage parents to volunteer at the school site at least once a month. This will help to build a family-oriented school community.

W.B. Yeats once said, “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” With this quote in mind we have developed an ambitious curriculum that strives to ignite a fire in all our learners. To do this we feel it is import to embrace the myriad of cultures found in our community.

We look forward to being your partner in education.

The Pasadena Rosebud Academy Charter School is non-sectarian in its programs, admissions policies, employment practices, and all other operations, shall not charge tuition, and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or disability.

Pasadena Rosebud Academy has established an admissions application period from September –March. The school will fill vacancies or openings that become available after this process using either a waiting list or any other non-discriminatory process. An admissions lottery will be implemented in the event that the number of students seeking admission to any grade level exceeds capacity.