The 2019-2020 School of Choice and Interdistrict Permit application are available ONLINE ONLY and the deadline to submit is February 1st. Decisions will be processed by March 15th. Please refer to our District website HERE for more information on Permits. Applications received after the February 1st deadline will be processed on a case-by-case basis.
(We will provide hard copy enrollment forms if you prefer and they can be picked up in the office or completed at time of enrollment.)
6th grade students from a Las Virgenes Unified School District elementary school in the LCMS neighborhood have LCMS as their home school. However, a School of Choice Permit may be required depending on your home address (click here to locate your home school). Students new to the district must register through the Counseling Office with Julie Mohr (email@example.com). Proof of residence within the district boundaries or an approved Interdistrict or School of Choice permit are required. Please click HERE for information on District School of Choice and Interdistrict Permit Applications.
-All students new to LCMS enroll on specific dates.
-Parents will complete enrollment paperwork while students take a required math placement test. Students MUST be present on enrollment day to take the math placement test. The enrollment process and testing will take approximately 90 minutes. FAILURE TO PROVIDE THE APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTS WILL DELAY YOUR STUDENT ENROLLING. WE ARE UNABLE TO ENROLL YOUR STUDENT UNLESS ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION IS PROVIDED.
-Students who met the qualifications as listed on the "Enrollment Requirements" document and want to take the Social Science and/or Language Arts Honors testing, will take the test(s) on the next business day after enrollment.
-Please contact Julie Mohr, Registrar, in the Counseling office with any questions - firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-889-2134, ext.32232.
Enrollment is intended for students who are not currently enrolled in a Las Virgenes Unified District school, students who have recently moved into this area, or from a private school who live in Lindero's resident area and wish to attend Lindero, students with an APPROVED Inter-district, Out-of-District and/or Employment-Related Permit. Permit enrollments must bring a copy of the Permit email to enrollment.
Language Arts Honors and Social Science Honors Placement tests**Parents, if you woul like your student considered for honors placement, in either Language Arts and/or Social Science, the student MUST meet the honors criteria and take the appropriate placement test. Honors courses are provided for highly advanced academic students who have consistently demonstrated skills above grade level. The criteria, and more detailed information, can be found HERE Please provide copies of the last two years of State test scores and last two years of report cards at the time of testing.
** Online Registration will be available mid-January, so make sure you check back soon!**