15563 OH-595 Logan, OH 43138
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The Classical Approach to Education

Southeast Ohio Classical Academy (SOCA) is a publicly-funded, tuition-free Ohio Community School. The school will initially have grades K-6, and will add one grade per year to grade 12. Any student who is qualified to attend an Ohio public school is eligible to apply.

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Our Process

Admissions Process

1
Enrollment

Parents will submit an application to indicate their interest in a seat for their child for the upcoming school year.

2
Acceptance

SOCA reaches out to prospective parents to notify them of an available seat for their child. Parents accept the ‘offer’ for a seat within 3 business days of notification.

3
Registration

Parents will submit required documents within 7 business days after accepting an offered seat, SOCA will confirm with parents that registration is complete.  

What grade levels will SOCA serve?

Will there be special education services?

Will it cost any money to attend SOCA?

Can anyone in any school district in Southeast Ohio enroll?

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Enrollment FAQs

Who is eligible to attend SOCA?

Any Ohio resident entering grades K-6 for the 2024-2025 school year is eligible to apply for Southeast Ohio Classical Academy.

Which grade levels will be offered at SOCA?

SOCA will offer grades K-6 for the 2024-2025 school year.

Will my child be able to attend SOCA through 12th grade?

Yes. SOCA will add one additional grade level each year. SOCA will serve grades K-12 by the 2030-2031 school year. This means that any student entering grades K-6 for the 2024-2025 school year can continue to attend SOCA through high school graduation.

How old does my child need to be to apply for Kindergarten?

To be eligible for Kindergarten, a student must turn five years old by September 30th, 2024.

What documentation is required for admission to Southeast Ohio Classical Academy?

SOCA will require the upload of the following documents for all students seeking admission within 7 business days after accepting the offer for a seat:

What is a lottery? When will a lottery happen?

If the number of applications at the end of an enrollment period exceeds capacity for a grade level, a lottery will be held. Families will be notified of the results of the lottery (whether or not their child has received an offer for a seat). Those students who are not given a seat will be placed on a waiting list for their respective grade level.

How will I learn the results of the lottery and know if my student has been offered a seat?

Parents will be contacted by email and/or phone. Parents will be notified of the results of the lottery (if necessary) and if their child has been offered a seat. If a student is placed on a waiting list, families will know where they are on the waiting list for their grade level. Please note, it is the responsibility of the parents to make sure their submitted contact information is correct and up-to-date to receive timely communication from SOCA.

Will my child have to reapply and participate in the lottery every school year?

No. Once your child is officially attending SOCA (enrolled, registered, and admitted), they will have the opportunity to re-enroll in future years, provided that:

  1. Students continue to be a resident of Ohio, and
  2. Students are eligible according to academic and disciplinary guidelines as stated in the Family Handbook.

Students that are not re-enrolled by the deadline of next year’s re-enrollment period cannot be guaranteed a seat for the next school year.

What happens once I am notified that my child has been offered an available seat?

  1. Parents must accept the offer for an available seat within three (3) business days of receiving notification. Without a timely response, the seat is forfeited to the next applicant in line.
  2. Once parents have accepted the offer for enrollment, registration begins. Parents have seven (7) business days to submit and complete the required registration forms, including all required documentation. If the required registration is not completed within the allotted time, the seat is forfeited to the next applicant in line.

SOCA will open with grades Kindergarten through 6th grade and grow by one grade level per year until it is a K-12 school.

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