Bridge Academy Enrollment Application
**Families may submit applications to the Bridge Academy at any time. All 7th grade applications received by the 2nd Friday in January of the students 6th grade year will be included in the 7th grade lottery. Applicants received after this date will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. Once our class lists are filled, any additional applicants will be put on our waitlist.

*Applications for our 8th - 12th grade classes are always accepted and placed on our waiting list. Please see below for additional conditions and information about applying.

*Once a student has been placed on the waiting list, the application is valid for up to 6 years. We notify families regarding enrollment from the waiting list between May and September. We will use the phone numbers provided on the application to communicate with you regarding enrollment so it is essential for families to keep this information up-to-date.

***Please contact our school to report any changes to your contact information***

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Do you have a brother or sister who currently attends Bridge Academy?
If yes, what is his/her name and grade?
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What grade does the student expect to enter in September 2019?
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Discrimination Policy
The Bridge Academy Charter School is committed to a policy of equal opportunity/affirmative action for all qualified persons and does not discriminate in any employment practice, education program, or educational activity on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation or any other basis provided by Connecticut State and/or Federal nondiscrimination laws. Inquiries regarding The Bridge Academy’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to the school administration at The Bridge Academy, 160 Pulaski St., Bridgeport, CT 06608 (203) 336-9999.
BRIDGE ACADEMY SIBLING POLICY
When a student is accepted, that student’s brothers or sisters may be admitted to The Bridge Academy. The brothers and sisters must live in the same house as the accepted student. In addition, all family members in grades 7 through 12 must be admitted at the same time. Therefore, if a seventh grader is admitted and they have an older brother in the 10th grade, then the 10th grader may also come to The Bridge Academy if they enter the school right away. If the 10th grader does not want to enter at the same time as the 7th grader then The Bridge Academy will not hold their admission.

Also, a student accepted must list younger brothers and sisters during the admission interview. Students listed on the admission sheet of an older brother or sister will be allowed admission when they are ready to enter the 7th grade as long as the older brother or sister is still attending The Bridge Academy. Therefore, if an admitted 7th grader has a younger sister in the 5th grade, then the sister will be allowed immediate admission when she reaches the 7th grade.

Acceptances are contingent upon students meeting the following criteria:
Students entering grade 7:
Students must have a report card from their sending school that indicates they were promoted from the 6th grade to the 7th grade.
Students entering grade 8:
Students must have a report card from their sending school that indicates they were promoted from the 7th grade to the 8th grade.
Students entering grade 9:
Students must have a report card from their sending school that indicates they were promoted from the 8th grade to the 9th grade.
Students entering grade 10:
Students must have an official high school transcript that indicates they passed (credits were awarded in) all of their 9th grade classes. The Bridge Academy defines 9th grade classes as being English 9, Algebra 1, World Civilizations, Physical/General Science, Spanish 1(or another foreign language), and PE.
Students entering grade 11:
Students must have a high school transcript that indicates they passed (credits were awarded in) all of their 9th & 10th grade classes. The Bridge Academy defines 9th grade classes as being English 9, Algebra 1, World Civilizations, Physical/General Science, Spanish 1(or another foreign language), and PE. The Bridge Academy defines 10th grade classes as being English 10, Geometry, Civics, Biology, and Spanish II (or two years of another foreign language).
Students entering grade 12:
Students must have a high school transcript that indicates they passed (credits were awarded in) all of their 9th, 10th, & 11th grade classes. The Bridge Academy defines 9th grade classes as being English 9, Algebra 1, World Civilizations, Physical/General Science, Spanish 1(or another foreign language), and PE. The Bridge Academy defines 10th grade classes as being English 10, Geometry, Civics, Biology, and Spanish II (or two years of another foreign language). The Bridge Academy defines 11th grade classes as English 11, Algebra II, US History, and Chemistry.
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