Admissions Process

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Thank you for your interest in Ensign Peak Academy, an online private K-12 school serving members and friends of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Let’s find out how we can serve your family.

Learn about Ensign Peak Academy

Find out if our programs are the right fit for your family:

Returning Students

If you enrolled in the Ensign Peak Academy Live Middle or High School Program any time during the 2020-2021 school year and plan to return for the 2021-2022 school year, please fill out the main application below. We are switching to a new student information system so we need to collect all of your data via the new application.

No application fee required for returning students.

Students previously enrolled in the self-paced program do not need to submit the new application. Simply contact your program director when you complete your current courses and are ready for new courses.

2021-2022 Applications

Middle and high School Program

New and returning students who wish to join our 2021-2022 Middle or High School Live Program, and new students wishing to join our Middle or High School Self-Paced program should submit this application:

Use this button to pay the $35/New Middle or High School Student Application Fee, for each student: 

Elementary School Enrolled Student Program

New and returning students who wish to join our 2021-2022 Elementary School Enrolled Student Program should submit this application:

NOTE: If you wish to add an additional elementary student after submitting this elementary student application, please call Jennifer Wheeler at 703-282-0081 to take care of your addition over the phone. Do not submit a new application.

Use this button to pay the $35/New Elementary School Enrolled Student Application Fee, for each student: 

New elementary school students joining our enrolled program for the 2021-2022 school year are at least 5 years old and not yet 12 years old by September 1, 2021. (Contact the director for exceptions.)

New middle school students joining the live or self-paced program for the 2021-2022 school year are at least 12 years old and not yet 14 years old by September 1, 2021. (Contact the director for exceptions.)

New high school students joining the live or self-paced program for the 2021-2022 school year are at least 14 years old by September 1, 2021. (Contact the director for exceptions.)

The ideal times to enroll in our live programs are prior to the beginning of each semester. However, we also accept new students any time of the year, and tuition is pro-rated according to enrollment date. All class sessions are recorded, so if preferred, students joining after the semester start date may watch the recordings of previous classes.

New Student Meetings

The new student applicant and at least one parent will meet with the program director, via Zoom, to discuss the needs of the student and the programs offered by Ensign Peak Academy, to answer any questions, and make sure the program is a good fit for the student and his or her family.

High School Program Director: Diann Jeppson

Middle School Program Director: Kimberly Bingham

Elementary School Program Director: Jennifer Wheeler

Enrollment

Prior to enrollment, middle and high school students should review course offerings and the 2021-2022 Schedule to select the learning community and courses that you prefer. The enrollment form will be emailed to you. Feel free to reach out to your program director anytime with questions.

Tuition

Check the tuition rates and payment methods on our Tuition page.

How Does the Middle and High School Self-Paced Program Work?

  • Students may enroll any time of the year.
  • Select the courses you want, or enroll in the full Middle School or High School Program.
  • Courses are accessed through Canvas. All grading, feedback and communication is provided within Canvas.
  • No time limit for course completion – students work at their own pace.
  • Upon completion, courses are entered onto the student’s Middle School Grade Report or High School Transcript.

Self-Paced Program Student Orientation

New students will meet with the program director for individual online orientation. They will also be provided access to the Self-Paced Program Student Center.