Argosy Collegiate is a wall-to-wall Early College program. Our middle school program closes the achievement gap so that scholars are prepared to take college level courses as early as the 9th grade. All high school scholars take early college courses through Bristol Community College and UMass Dartmouth.
Applications received during October 1, 2023 through February 28, 2024 will be included in the March 2024 lottery.
*All applications received after our February 28 deadline will be added to the end of the appropriate grade level waiting list that was created on from our primary lottery.
Things to know:
For more information about our program, please contact our Enrollment Coordinator by phone at (774) 955-5857 or email at email@example.com.
A: Yes! Each child needs their own application
A: Per the terms of our charter, Argosy Collegiate Charter School is only allowed to enroll scholars who reside in Massachusetts. We are also allowed to prioritize enrollment for scholars who reside in Fall River. Proof of address documentation is necessary to comply with both of these regulations. Acceptable documentation includes a copy of your lease or mortgage, utility bill, paycheck or pay stub, bank account statement, or government official document.
A: Our Enrollment Coordinator contacts all families by email or phone regarding lottery results and when an offer for a seat is made. If your contact information changes during the application process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can update our records. Scholars offered a seat are provided with additional information about the enrollment process. Waitlisted scholars are notified of their position on the waitlist.
A: Argosy Collegiate Charter School provides yellow bus transportation for all scholars who meet the state requirement for transportation. Eligible scholars must live 1.5 miles or more as the crow flies (not actual driving distance) from the campus they attend in order to qualify for transportation.
A: Scholars who obtain a seat through this process keep their seat through Grade 12.
Academic and behavioral records are not submitted or reviewed until enrollment is complete. All grade eligible scholars interested in our program are encouraged to apply! Grade eligibility, especially at the high school level is determined by the final report card/transcript which should reflect passing of both English and Math courses.