There are 3 ways a student can Apply:
New Student Application Instructions
All Applications are online.
Go to Responsiveed.com and choose “Apply”.
Once you submit your application, it will come to my email (email@example.com). You will be sent a return email acknowledging that your application has been received.
Once your application has been reviewed, you will be sent a second email indicating your status has been changed to application being reviewed. During this process, you will be called to schedule an orientation with the Campus Director, Mr. Saldana in the month of July. You will want to bring the following records if possible to the orientation to make the enrollment process go by faster.
2 Proofs of residence
Last report card
Official/Unofficial Transcript from last school you attended
Parent/Student Driver License/ID
After the Orientation process, official school records will be received and ALL DISCIPLINARY RECORDS will be reviewed. You will then be sent a second email if all information has been disclosed in the orientation and school records, indicating you have been approved. A link will be included in that e-mail to complete the enrollment packet, which will make you an official Premier High School of Lubbock student.
We are a tuition-free, public charter school. There are no admission requirements, academic or otherwise, to apply for a place in the school.
We operate under the same rules, regulations, and guidelines as other Texas schools, and our schools are tuition-free. Charter schools are widely regarded as one of the greatest values in education being offered today.
All students with qualifying residency and disciplinary history (“Eligible Applicants”) will be given equal consideration regardless of the day or time they were submitted.
Applicants who have a sibling currently enrolled in another ResponsiveEd school should complete an Application for Admission online and make sure to check “Yes,” and list the name and campus of the enrolled sibling. Failure to do so will prevent the student applying from receiving priority status.
At the end of an open-enrollment period, if there are more applications than seats for any grade level, a lottery will be conducted to fill those seats and then to determine position on the waiting list. Consideration will be given for siblings. If there are fewer applications than spaces, then all applicants can be admitted and applications can continue to be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
Applications received after the Open-Enrollment Period ends, will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. We will place children in grade levels that have remaining open spaces for new students on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if the specific school or grade level is full, we will add your child’s name at the end of the waiting list in the order it is received.
Waiting lists will not carry over from year to year, so any students not admitted will have to reapply the following year.
Admitted students will have the opportunity to re-enroll for the next school year. Their siblings will be given priority for any available spaces.