To enroll your child in the AIA District, you must provide the following information. You’ll find many of these forms on the right side of this page.
For a full list of requirements, please download the Enrollment Checklist at the right.
All enrolling students must pass the math and reading TAKS test. If summer school was required, the student must pass the math and reading released TAKS test. If a student does not pass the appropriate test, he/she must enroll in the retained grade as stated on the official/final report card.
Students seeking enrollment who were not in attendance 90 percent or more of the school days of the prior school year must take and pass an AIA TAKS Released Test/Grade Placement Test in order for us to consider them for promotion at AIA.
We require students who fail TAKS and go to summer school at a campus other than AIA, to pass an AIA TAKS Release Test in order for us to promote them. Otherwise, we will admit them into the same grade as the prior school year.
We will monitor the student and evaluate his/her progress for the first six weeks of school. He/She must have satisfactory scores on the following:
If the student meets all of the above mentioned requirements, we will promote him/her to the next grade level.
Students enrolling from private schools must have satisfactory scores on the Stanford 10, ITBS, etc. that are equivalent to passing scores on the TAKS test. If not, the student will follow the outlined requirements above.
AIA wishes to enroll all deserving students who will benefit from its educational program. Therefore, AIA reserves the right to deny student admission for the following reasons:
If we find that a student enrolls with falsified records and/or withheld discipline history, we will immediately withdraw him/her from school.
If the school admits a student and finds out later that the student did not pass TAKS or TAKS Released Test in summer school, we will place the student in his/her last grade completed.
In its admissions policies and procedures, AIA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual preference, or national/ethnic origin. It maintains a “waiting pool” and conducts a lottery when there are more student applicants than classroom vacancies. Once we determine that a child may be admitted to AIA, a family may complete the enrollment process.
Per our admission policy, all returning students must have a completed re-enrollment packet on file by April 1. Re-enrollment for new students will begin on April 1.