Admissions to San Jose Schools
Welcome to San Jose Schools where we pride ourselves in educating, “the whole child,” where every child learns in an environment that is physically safe and where young people are challenged academically, through the use of modern technology and innovative educational methods. Our goal is to ensure students are college and career ready.
At San Jose Schools we offer a balanced academic approach to include English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies along with electives.
We are committed to getting to know each student and look forward to building personal relationships so that we can foster individual strengths and abilities.
-The Administration, Faculty, and Staff
Below you will find our admissions form, along with answers to common questions about our school. If you would like additional assistance, please fill out the below admissions form or feel free to call us at (904) 425-1725 to speak with one of our admission specialists.
San Jose Schools are publicly funded Jacksonville charter schools. There is no tuition charged to attend a charter school. Charter schools are funded based on the per student allocation provide by each state or district. On occasion we may ask for parents to contribute money to cover the cost of field trips or a unique classroom experience.
To begin the enrollment process, visit the school's enrollment page on this site to submit a pre-enrollment form. After your pre-enrollment form has been received, the school will contact you to confirm receipt, and formal enrollment documents will be made available to you as soon as possible.
Not necessarily. In the event that the demand exceeds the seats available, San Jose Schools will conduct a random lottery to determine who is able to enroll.
February 21, 2020
San Jose provides a unique environment which emphasizes high academic achievement through the use of state of the art technology and innovative but proven educational methods. We prepare students to successfully compete in an increasingly competitive post-secondary environment and the global job market.