Enrollment Home » Enrollment You can register for the lottery for admission here. 1. What is the student's legal last name? 2. What is the student's legal first name? 3. Which grade level will the student be in for 2020-2021? PreKK1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th9th10th11th 4. What is the student's current school? 5. Is a sibling also applying for the lottery? YesNo 6. If a sibling is applying, what is his/her name? (must fill out a separate application for each student). 7. What is the student's email address? 8. What is the student's street address? 9. What is the student's city? 10. What is the state in which the student lives? 11. What is the student's zip? 12. What is the first parent/guardian last name? Please provide a parent/guardian with whom lives at the address entered above. 13. What is the first parent/guardian first name? 14. What is the first parent/guardian phone number? 15. What is the first parent/guardian email address? 16. What is the second parent/guardian last name? 17. What is the second parent/guardian first name? 18. What is the second parent/guardian phone number? 19. What is the second parent/guardian email address? Note the following lottery guidelines: All applications are due March 20 at 5pm. Those received after that time will be offered on a first come first serve basis if space if available. The lottery will take place at 5:30pm on Tuesday March 24 at the Academy of Seminole, 600 E. Strother Ave, Seminole, OK 74868. Those that do not receive an admission spot will be given a number from the lottery and will be notified of open spots according to their order on the waitlist. Student admitted will be emailed a link to an enrollment form. The form and any additional documents must be turned in by March 31st. Families are responsible for checking email during the enrollment periods to ensure application deadlines are adhered to. As stipulated in the Oklahoma Charter School Act, preference will first be given to students in the Seminole School District. Two exceptions to this are preference will be given to siblings of current TAOS students as well as any staff member’s children. There will first be a lottery of students in-district who have first priority. If there are spaces still remaining a second lottery will be held for those out-of-district. At that time everyone who does not get a spot will be given a number based on the order in the lottery. They will then have priority based on the number drawn. If students enroll for the lottery after the due date (despite being in-district or out-of-district) it is a first come first serve for any spaces still available.