Students are re-enrolled annually and with each grade change (whichever comes first). Enrollment is open to Florida students in grades K–12 through age 19. Students age 19 and older may continue their enrollment status to complete their coursework. Students must complete all coursework prior to their 21st birthday. Choose the program that meets your child's educational goals. Our diploma program is optional. As a reminder, students enrolled in our diploma program must document all core courses, credits, and grades on official transcripts.
Steps to Re-Enroll
1 Choose an enrollment option.
2 Send us the required documentation and payment.
3 Watch your inbox for our enrollment confirmation email.
We will attach a new attendance recording form to your confirmation email.
|Program Features||Standard Program||High School Diploma Program|
|Record Keeping Services|
|Educator and Student Identification Cards|
|School Email and Office 365 Education Accounts|
|High School Diploma|
|Bright Futures Scholarship Eligibility|
To be eligible for a Florida Bright Futures Scholarship, students must earn a high school diploma from a Florida public or private school, be in a home education program for grades 11 and 12, or earn a GED. Please visit https://www.floridastudentfinancialaidsg.org/SAPBFMAIN/SAPBFMAIN for more information.
- Do high school students have to be enrolled in your High School Diploma Program?
No. Our High School Diploma Program is optional.
- Can my child be enrolled in the diploma program at any time?
Yes. If you're unsure of your student's high school plans, you're welcome to wait. We recommend you follow our graduation requirements in the meantime. Student's enrolled in our diploma program must complete a minimum of one full semester at Aspiring Heights Academy.
- Do high school students have to take statewide assessments?
No. Private and home educated students are not required to take Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) or Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) assessments, including End-of-Course (EOC) assessments. Students may want to take EOC assessments if they may enter or return to public school. Learn More
- Will you need my child's high school transcripts?
We will only need your child's transcripts if your child is enrolling in our High School Diploma Program. Students enrolled under our Standard Program do not need to submit transcripts. Learn More
- Will my child receive a diploma?
- Will my child be able to participate in a dual enrollment program?
Probably not. Current dual enrollment laws discriminate against private school students. Public colleges and universities are only required to enter into articulation agreements with private schools in their geographic area, and they can (and do) charge private schools for their students' dual enrollment tuition. However, if your local college will make exceptions, and your child is enrolled in our High School Diploma Program, then he or she may be able to participate in a dual enrollment program. Learn More
- Do you provide transcripts?
We maintain and provide transcripts for students enrolled in our High School Diploma Program. Learn More
- Can we use our own curriculum?
If your child is in grades 9-12 and is NOT enrolled in our high school diploma program, then you may use any curriculum you choose. Students in our High School Diploma Program must have all core courses, credits and grades documented on official high school transcripts. Students who have high school credits documented on accredited homeschool program transcripts or through homeschool portfolios may be eligible to receive a Certificate of Completion. Learn More
- Will my child be eligible for a Bright Futures Scholarship?
Provided specific scholarship eligibility requirements are met, students graduating with an Aspiring Heights Academy diploma are eligible for Bright Futures Scholarships. Learn MoreTo be eligible for a Florida Bright Futures Scholarship, students must earn a high school diploma from a Florida public or private school, be in a home education program for grades 11 and 12, or earn a GED. Please visit https://www.floridastudentfinancialaidsg.org/SAPBFMAIN/SAPBFMAIN for more information.
|Document||Notes||Standard Program||High School Diploma Program|
|Our Returning Student Enrollment Form is available as an editable PDF document.|
|If you have not already sent us your child's attendance record for his or her current (or previous) school term, please include it with your enrollment form.|
Proof of Scoliosis Screening
|Effective January 1, 2021, proof of scoliosis screening will be required for students in 6th grade (1003.22 F.S.). Scoliosis screenings are typically done during annual physicals. If you need time to schedule this, just let us know. Scoliosis screening can be documented on a recent School Entry Health Exam form or other health record. This requirement does not apply if we have been provided with a letter stating objections to health examinations on religious grounds.|
Certification of Immunization
|If your child is entering 7th grade, we will need an updated Form DH 680−Certification of Immunization indicating that immunizations are complete for 7th grade entry. This requirement does not apply if the DH 680 form previously provided shows that immunizations are complete for 7th grade entry, if we have been provided with Form DH 681−Religious Exemption from Immunization, if certification of immunization is on file with the immunization registry (Florida Shots), or if we have been provided with a letter stating that the administration of immunizing agents conflicts with your religious tenets or practices. Please read our article on vaccines and immunizations for more information.|
Proof of Residency
|If your child will be taking courses with FLVS, you must provide proof of Florida residency if it has not already been provided. Please see our FLVS page for details.|
|If your child is enrolled/enrolling in our Diploma Program, include copies of any high school transcripts (except for FLVS Flex), extracurricular activity logs, and community services hours not already provided. We do not need official transcripts for enrollment purposes, but we will need them prior to graduation.|
Re-enrollments are processed Monday through Friday within three business days of receipt of the required documentation and payment. Expedited services (same day and Saturday re-enrollments) are available for an additional fee.
Enrollment Fees and Payment Options
The fee for re-enrollment into our Standard Program is $35. The fee for re-enrollment into our High School Diploma Program depends on the student's grade level and enrollment status at the time of re-enrollment (see below). Fees are payable at the time of enrollment and are non-refundable.
Cash (in person) and checks and money orders payable to Aspiring Heights Academy.
Credit cards, debit cards, and PayPal balance payments. (We use PayPal to process these transactions. You do not have to have a PayPal account to use this service.)
Payments may be mailed together with your enrollment forms or sent via PayPal using the Pay Now buttons below. If you are enrolling more than one child under the same program and are paying by PayPal, please pay the enrollment fees in a single payment. (You can change the quantity after you are directed to PayPal's payment page.) Expedited service fees must be paid separately from enrollment fees if you are paying with PayPal.