Eligibility and Application

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To be eligible for our program, the student must be 3-5 years old. The child must be toilet trained or can be reasonably accommodated for toileting by the time of enrollment. In addition, eligibility is determined by household income. A household is defined as all the people (adult and children) who live in the same housing unit (house, apartment, condo etc.), whether they are related to each other or not. Household income is the total annual income from anyone in the household. To be eligible for Bezos Academy the student’s yearly household income must be less than 400% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Bezos Academy reserves half of the seats in each classroom for students coming from families that are below 250% of the FPL.

People Per
Household
< 250% of FPL< 400% of FPL
2$43,100$68,960
3$54,300$86,880
4$65,500$104,800
5$76,700$122,720
6$87,900$140,640
7$99,100$158,560
8$110,300$176,480
9$121,500$194,400
10$132,700$212,320
Source: https://aspe.hhs.gov/system/files/aspe-files/107166/2020-percentage-poverty-tool.pdf

Applications

We will communicate whether your child has gained admission to the program, is on the waitlist, or is ineligible for our program.

Enrollment Process

1

Get to Know Our School

Learn about our approach to education.

Our Approach

2

Submit an Application

If eligible, please complete one application per child. Applications are reviewed in the order they are received.

Application

3

Complete Registration

If your child is accepted into the program, complete enrollment forms.

Application Form

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