Application Process

Application Process

BA Application Packet
  • To be considered for Bartlett Academy, students must be enrolled in Sapulpa Jr./Sr. High School.

  • Students may be referred to Bartlett Academy by a Sapulpa Jr./Sr. High School Administrator or Counselor.

  • Applications for Bartlett Academy may be turned into a Sapulpa Jr./Sr. High School Administrator or Counselor or dropped off at Bartlett Academy. 

  • Each student and parent will be expected to fill out an application for referral (to be considered for our program). Incomplete paperwork/applications will not be considered for review.   

  • The Bartlett Academy Advisory Team will meet to review applications in order to determine which candidates will be referred to our program.  Priority level for referral will also be determined.

  • After the Bartlett Academy Advisory Team meets and reviews the applications, students are either offered an interview to further the application process, referred elsewhere, or placed on a waiting list.  

  • The Interview Process: Parents and students will be required to interview with Bartlett staff to determine if the student’s needs can best be served at Bartlett Academy. Parents and/or guardians are a valued part of their child’s education team and parent/guardian participation throughout their child’s enrollment is required if the student is to be admitted to Bartlett Academy. After the interview process, the parent will be notified if the student will be admitted, declined, or put on the wait list. If the student is admitted an Intake will be scheduled.

  • Intake: The purpose of the Intake is to determine the student’s educational goals, to share information about our program, to fill out enrollment paperwork, and to determine the best educational option.  

  • Program entry is always voluntary.  Some students may be required to sign supplemental contracts to address specific concerns (attendance issues, discipline issues, limited academic success, etc …).  

  • If, at any time, the student becomes disengaged in learning (over a period of time), has excessive absences, becomes uncooperative, disruptive to the learning environment, a discipline problem, and/or the parent/guardian is unresponsive or uncooperative in their child’s learning, the student may be released to their home school. If this happens, the student may, if deemed eligible by Bartlett staff, to reapply to Bartlett Academy. At this time, the application process will start over again.  

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