Enrollment Policy and Procedure

Welcome to HOPE Academy!

HOPE is currently accepting new student enrollment for Fall, 2020.

HOPE Academy adheres to the Jefferson County School District's Choice Enrollment and Collegiate Academy's Choice Enrollment Policies and Procedures for students Kind -12th Grade 2020-2021 school year.

Please review the Parent Admissions Checklist in the link below. Please note that the Enrollment Application Process has changed for 2020-2021. HOPE Academy has moved to the online Jeffco School District (EnrollJeffco) procedure. This will be initiated during the 2020-2021 school year for all new and returning students at HOPE Academy. Required supporting documents listed below on the Parent Admissions Checklist can be provided in paper form or digitally to Jewel Regier, Office Manager & Principal's Secretary at jregier@hopemustangs.net.

Enrollment for 2020-21 School Year -- Spring Transfer --

Enrollment beginning January, 2021, spring semester, will be considered on a case-by-case basis, and with consideration of classes that may be at capacity. All transfers within the Jeffco School District must adhere to the Choice Enrollment Process by submitting an Administrative Transfer Form for approval. Also, the following documentation will be required for review prior to approval.

  1. Student Transcript/Report Cards

  2. Behavior Report

  3. Attendance Report

  4. Disclosure of IEP, ALP, or 504 Plans (Or any other pertinent information).

Once approved for enrollment, the New Family Enrollment Paperwork would be required to be completed. This can be found on the HOPE Academy Website, Enrollment Tab. Please contact Jewel Regier, Office Manager & Principal's Secretary, at 303-431-0796 for ALL transfer inquiries.

Enrollment for 2020-21 School Year
NEW PROCESS FOR New & Returning HOPE FAMILIES Beginning December 10, 2019


All NEW AND RETURNING students must be enrolled using the Enroll/Jeffco Choice Enrollment Process for the upcoming new school year. Please see the Jeffco Parent Information Page for detailed information on Enroll/Jeffco should you need assistance with this process, or please ask at the HOPE school office: 

EnrollJeffco Login

Parent Checklist & Info Needed for 20-21 School Year

Parent Admissions Checklist

Required for all Applicants to HOPE:

  • Create/Update Jeffco Connect Account (NEW) (EXISTING)

    • For any students new to the Jeffco School District. When going through creating your Jeffco Connect profile, you must choose Collegiate Academy as the school to share your student's information with as HOPE Academy is not on the list.

  • Apply through Enroll/Jeffco

  • Provide Student Transcript/Report Cards

  • Provide Attendance Report from Previous School

  • Provide Behavior Report from Previous School

Required for Students with an IEP, ALP, or 504 Plan:

  • Current IEP and Original Staffing Report

  • ALP Plan

  • 504 Plan

  21-22 Enrollment Timeline
  • This will be updated as the information becomes relevant.

Contact Us to Schedule a Meeting with the Director

Terry Johns


303-431-0796 Phone


Elementary & Secondary Planning Guides
Enrollment Paperwork
  What is a HOPE Student?
  • ​Motivated and Learns to Love Learning for a Lifetime -- Enjoys Having Fun!

  • Engages in Creative and Collaborative Learning Experiences.

  • Explores 21st Century Technology.

  • Great Communicator - Shares their Thoughts, Asks Questions, and Explores Ideas.

  • Develops Critical Thinking Skills Through Engaging Discussions.

  • Is Innovative and Inventive.

  • Demonstrates a High Level of Character.

  • Is Involved with their Academics; Completing Homework and Studying as Needed.

  • Takes Pride as a HOPE Student, and is Actively Involved.

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Our Mission: To provide professional support, curriculum, and resources for K-12 students allowing the successful partnership between home and a school environment.
Our Vision: Students, both traditional and homeschooled, through unique pathways, attain educational excellence leading to college or the workplace.