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Enrollment Policy

Click Here To Complete the pre Registration Form online!

You can also complete the form for Challenge Charter School by following these steps:

1. Print out the form: Printable Pre-Registration Form
2. Fill the form out completely.
3. Drop it by the CCS office

4. Scan the form and email to


Fax the completed form to 602-938-5393,
Attention: Cyndi Picker, Administrative Assistant


Mail the form to:
Challenge Charter School
Attention: Cyndi Picker
5801 W. Greenbriar
Glendale, AZ 85308

Please feel free to email with any questions:

Due to the high level of interest in Challenge Charter School, we are not able to offer one-on-one tours.

However, in-depth, small group information sessions and tours are offered for several months during enrollment. 


Challenge Charter School Enrollment Policy and Procedures:

Challenge Charter School is an open enrollment school that follows all State & Federal open enrollment laws and guidelines.

Challenge Charter School is an equal opportunity school.  

Challenge Charter School and Challenge School, Inc. prohibits discrimination against any potential student, and provides equal opportunity in the open enrollment process without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or genetic information.  This policy applies to all phases of the enrollment process.

Enrollment priority is extended to returning CCS students and their siblings up until a stated date.

Next, 50% of the remaining open seats in any grade are offered to students on a first-come, first-serve opportunity based on the date of their pre-registration.  The remaining 50% of open seats for students are determined by a random lottery. This procedure is dependent on a waiting list that exceeds the seats available.

Once a seat is offered, the needed items for enrollment must be returned by a stated date to confirm the seat.

Challenge Charter School may not accept children that are currently pending expulsion, or have been expelled from another school. (A.R.S. 15-184)

Once a seat is confirmed and your child is enrolled at Challenge Charter School based on these procedures, all incoming students participate in a new student assessment to ensure grade readiness. This assessment is not related to their enrollment, only to their grade placement.

Several days and times are available. If available, other records can be provided and it is at the discretion of CCS Administration if these documents and materials are comparable and can determine grade placement in the absence of assessment. If a student does not attend one of these grade placement sessions or provide, other, approved materials, they will be assessed during the first week of their attendance and a grade placement move may be made at that time if needed.