Intent to Return Process

  • At the beginning of the Spring term of each school year, we begin to make enrollment projections for the coming year. It's critically important for us to determine how many open slots are available in each grade, so that we can begin to fill any vacancies during the Spring Lottery.

    We ask every current AGCS family to complete Intent to Return forms, declaring your children’s intentions for the coming year. If you have multiple students attending AGCS, please complete a separate form for each student.

    The Intent to Return Form for the 2023-2024 school year will be released to parents in the ParentPortal during National School Choice Week (January 22-28).

    Please note, the Intent to Return Process is only for currently enrolled students. If you are a prospective family seeking enrollment for the upcoming school year, we welcome you to complete an initial Enrollment Application.

    Sibling New Enrollments

    If your AGCS student has a sibling who is not currently enrolled at AGCS and you'd like to enroll him/her for the upcoming school year, you'll need to complete an online Enrollment form for the sibling. Sibling enrollment forms must be submitted no later than February 28, 2023 for your child to be eligible in March lottery drawing for any open spots in the grade in which you are looking to have them enrolled. 

    For questions regarding the Intent to Return form or process, please email our Enrollment Department at enrollment@agcharter.org.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I get started?

  • I can’t remember my login for the PowerSchool Parent Portal.

  • I have a child that doesn't currently attend AGCS that I would like to enroll. Do I complete this process for them?

  • What happens if I dont complete the Intent to Return process for my child?

  • Do I have to answer all the questions?

  • What if I make a mistake?

  • I’ve completed the form, now what?

  • What if I have more than one student at Avon Grove Charter School?

  • I don’t know what a question is asking.

  • Help! I’m having technical difficulties.