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Starting January 10, 2018 through March 10, 2018, Florida residents are invited to enroll their child/children into the 2018-2019 school year lottery for the City of Pembroke Pines Charter School System (PPCSS). Wait-listed students are required to re-submit their online application to remain on the wait list. In addition, parents of currently enrolled PPCSS students are required to re-enroll via the link referenced below.
For a student entering the lottery system for the first time, parents should go to http://pinescharterapply.net/apply for more information regarding the Pembroke Pines Charter School System, and complete and submit a lottery application. Applicants will be notified via email of the lottery results, shortly after the open enrollment period ends.
If a student(s) is already on the lottery wait list, parents should go to http://pinescharterapply.net/apply and log in using the email currently on the wait list file. If the parent cannot successfully log in, then contact a school registrar for help or use the forgotten password feature. Please do not start a new account and/or lottery application, since they would lose their current wait list position in the lottery. Once logged in, parents should check the accuracy of the information already provided in each step of the lottery application to ensure proper placement in the lottery process. Once the final confirmation step is reached, parents should press the “Send my Application” button. The parent will receive a confirmation email.
If a student(s) is currently enrolled in a Pembroke Pines Charter School, parents are required tore-enroll for the new school year. Parents can go online to https://pinescharterapply.net/apply/enroll.php to complete the re-enrollment process.
Parents who re-enroll by March 10, 2018 will be awarded one volunteer service hour, per student.
The Pembroke Pines Charter School System’s Center for Autism is also accepting applications for its elementary program. Located on the City of Pembroke Pines Florida State University (FSU) Charter Elementary School campus, which achieved the coveted National Blue Ribbon School 2015 designation, the Center provides an academic and social skills setting for children with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Small group settings are provided to individualize the needs of each child with an emphasis on curriculum standards, social skills, and sensory processing. The class is taught by a certified teacher with additional support staff. The school’s Center for Autism enhances each student’s ability to mainstream to a least restrictive environment within the school campus. The program is available for elementary-aged students.
For additional information regarding the lottery process, please go to http://www.pinescharterapply.net or contact the Pembroke Pines Charter School Registrars at:East and Central Campus – Mindy Vasil email@example.com 954-322-3305FSU Campus and the FSU Center for Autism – Lorena Mateo firstname.lastname@example.org 954-499-4244West Campus – Maddy Exposito email@example.com 954-443-4847Academic Village Middle School – Lisa Benitez firstname.lastname@example.org 954-538-3700Academic Village High School – Lisa Muela email@example.com 954-538-3700
Since its inception in 1998, the Pembroke Pines Charter School System has received numerous awards and recognitions. Highlights include being named a 2007 National Charter School of the Year, and being awarded the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2009 for the Pembroke Pines Charter Middle School and in 2015 for the Pembroke Pines Charter Elementary School-FSU Campus. The Blue Ribbon award is the highest honor an American school can achieve. In 2017, the Pembroke Pines Charter High School was recognized by U.S. News and World Report Magazine as one of the nations’ best high schools. For the past 17 years the Pembroke Pines Charter School Elementary and Middle schools have earned an “A” rating, based on FCAT scores and other factors.
The City of Pembroke Pines Charter Schools’ vision is to cultivate character and foster life-long learning through a challenging educational experience in a safe environment. Its mission is to prepare all students to succeed in a global society by providing a personalized and rigorous curriculum through excellence in teaching. Our purpose is to empower students for the possibilities of tomorrow.