2023-24 School Year Transfer Applications Some classes have waiting lists. Some classes have openings. Email email@example.com to inquire about current openings.
2024-25 School Year Applications are now open! Review the Enrollment Guidelines and Timeline prior to submitting an application. Register for and take a School Tour.
When you are ready to submit an application, follow these steps: Step 1: Create Parent Account Create a parent account onLotterease.Be sure to use the parent information and not the child’s. You will enter your child/ren’s information at a later step. If you already have a Lotterease account, then log-in and start at Step 3 to add your child/ren to the Lottery at Live Oak.
Step 2: Add Child Now “Add Child” to your account by clicking on that link in the left menu. Below is an image that shows where you will find this link. After completing the information for one child, you will be able to add siblings (see Step Five).
Step 3: Select Live Oak Charter School and Grade Now that you have added your child to your Lotterease account, you will enroll them in a lottery. Select your child’s name from the left menu as outlined in the photo below and you will be prompted to select a school. Select Live Oak Charter School and Click submit. You will now be prompted to select the lottery name/Grade from the Drop Down menu. Please pay attention to what school year you'd like to select, you can apply to multiple years at once! The grade level that you are applying to is automatically determined by your child's birthdate. Click submit.
Note: You cannot change the grade assignment. If you believe that your child should be assigned to a higher or lower grade, you must submit an email request to the Enrollment Coordinator, Casey Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org it must be approved by the Executive Director in order for us to make this change.
Step 4: Select Preference(s) You will be shown 5 Preference Groups. Please carefully read all 5 and check all that apply. Be sure to confirm any residency preferences you select and be prepared to submit proof once given an offer. If you're unsure of your district, check out our Enrollment Guidelines page. Failure to prove selected residency preferences will nullify any offer in the priority application period.
Step 5: Add Sibling(s) If you have more than one child that you wish to enroll at Live Oak Charter School, select “Add Sibling” and repeat Step 3 and 4 for each sibling.
Step 6: Check Your Email Be sure to add Live_Oak_Charter_School@lotterease.com to your Email Contacts to ensure that important emails from Lotterease do not go to spam. You will receive multiple confirmations, when setting up an account, adding an applicant, entering a lottery, changing any information and after the lottery. Live Oak is not responsible for emails or deadlines that are missed.
Congratulations! You have submitted an application and entered your child/ren into the lottery at Live Oak Charter School.
You will receive an email and a text message if your child is offered a spot, and an email if your child is on the waiting list. Please note that we prioritize siblings so they can be together in our school. If one child is accepted into a grade and if they have a sibling in a different grade, the sibling moves up. This can result in your child moving down in the waitlist for that grade. If there is a waiting list from a previous lottery, your application will be held until another lottery runs for that class.
If you change your email or phone number at any time please remember to update your Lotterease account. You can login to your account at any time and check the status of your application. Click the button below to login to your Lotterease account.
Questions If you have questions during the application and admission process, please do not hesitate to contact Casey Wilson, Enrollment Coordinator, at (707) 762-9020 or email@example.com.
Non Discrimination Admission Policy As a public charter school committed to diversity and community health, Live Oak does not discriminate in its admission of students on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, or economic status.