Early Access Information
- 4 years old by August 31st desiring to enter Kindergarten
- 5 years old by August 31st desiring to enter 1st grade
Kindergarten Enrollment & Admissions
Early Access Kindergarten is separate from and in addition to the typical enrollment and admissions process at Caprock Academy. Caprock Academy’s enrollment open window to participate in Kindergarten lottery is during the month of February. Please see the Kindergarten Enrollment & Admissions page for specific dates.
Parents may submit an Intent to Enroll form for Kindergarten and participate in the lottery with the understanding that if they are selected in the lottery, the slot will be held until the Early Access team has granted the student an Early Access placement. If the Early Access team does not grant the student a placement, then the Kindergarten slot will be forfeited. If a student is given a placement for Early Access and did not participate in the lottery, then he/she will be placed on the waitlist if the classes are filled.
Early Access Application Packet
The Early Access Application packet provided below is not complete. Parts of the requirements for the Early Access packet are two Scales for Identifying Gifted Students forms. One is to be completed by a parent and the other one by a preschool teacher. These can only be obtained from Caprock Academy because of copyright laws. Please contact our Gifted and Talented Coordinator for more information on these forms.
For more information on submitting an application for Early Access, please contact contact our Gifted and Talented Coordinator.
Caprock Academy is a tuition-free public charter school. Kindergarten is free for both half-time and full time. Admissions are open to any student residing in the state of Colorado. We are a K-12 public charter school that operates on a first come first served basis. There is no admissions test to be accepted at Caprock Academy. We welcome all students and strive to create and maintain a diverse student population. Student recruitment and admissions decisions shall be made in a non-discriminatory manner as outlined in C.R.A.22-30.5-507(3). In all cases, student recruitment and admissions decisions shall be made without regard to disability, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, ancestry, need for special education services or any other protected class.