Admissions Process


Acellus Academy seeks students who can contribute and benefit from a web-learning career ready and college prepared program.

  1. Create a Parent Account — As the first step in enrolling, the parent or guardian of the student should create an account and enter payment information to be used for processing tuition payments.
  2. Submit Student Information — Basic information regarding your student will be required during this phase of the enrollment process (e.g. Name, date of birth, etc.).
  3. Course Selection — Each student may be enrolled in up to six courses (or less). Placement exams are available in each core area and will result in grade level recommendations and course enrollment.
  4. Begin Coursework — The student’s ID and password will be activated immediately and the student can begin coursework.

Admissions Criteria:

Acellus Academy maintains an open enrollment policy and all persons are encouraged to apply. It is the policy of Acellus Academy not to discriminate in violation of the law based on race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, or disability which is unrelated to the ability to enjoy the benefits of Acellus Academy’s programs or services.


Timeline for Enrollment:

Enrollment is open 12 months a year on a rolling basis. Rather than being tied to a traditional academic calendar, students may begin on their own schedule. Upon enrollment, each student will start at the beginning of their courses and move through the curriculum at their own pace.


Academic Readiness Assessment:

Students enrolled into Acellus Academy are offered a placement exam testing for academic and web-learning social readiness. The results support grade level recommendations and course enrollment. Additional support is available upon request to recommend specific course placements based upon placement exam results; student information provided during enrollment; or previous school performance as indicated by past report cards.


Submission of Student Records:

Transcripts for any high school(s) that a student has previously attended may be submitted to help qualify a student for graduation. These documents may be submitted via mail or fax (contact us). If you need assistance or have questions regarding the submission of transcripts, please call (800) 941-8100 and ask to speak to someone in the Registrar’s Office.


Parent Responsibilities:

In some states, parents may need to register to homeschool. For a list of some of the requirements in each state, please visit: https://www.responsiblehomeschooling.org/policy-issues/current-policy/

For high school students, we recommend that the parent obtain official transcripts from any other high schools the student has attended. These transcripts may be submitted to help qualify a student for graduation.