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The admission process starts with an assessment of your child.

Educational programs and related services can be offered in 1:1, small group, or large group settings.  All three are important and needed.  All three have their advantages and limitations.  As students get older, particularly when they enter middle and/or high school, their setting needs may change to needing more/less support.  It is not typical for one organization to be able to offer all three of these settings or for all 13 years of a child's K-12 education.

Programs offered at OASIS NC and SEA Academy were created with a small group setting of instruction in mind.  A "bridge" between homeschool/1:1 services and public school. Our average annual retention rate is 95% and we work closely with other organizations to provide a fluidity of services during transition times (to either 1:1 or large group).

For the 2024-25 school year, SEAA will have 5 classes and our new Compass Cottage!

Class 1: K-2nd grade ages/ K-2nd grade academics (1:4 ratio)

Class 2: 3rd-5th grade ages/ 2nd-4th grade academics (1:6 ratio) ** Waitlist **

Class 3: 5th-6th grade ages/ 3rd-5th grade academics (1:8 ratio)

Class 4: 6th-8th grade ages/ 5th-7th grade academics (1:10 ratio)

Class 5: 9th-12th grade ages/ 9th-12th grade academics (1:10 ratio) ** Waitlist **

CC Group 1: 11th-12th grade ages/ 11th grade-College academics (1:5 ratio) ** Waitlist **

CC Group 2: 9th-12th grade ages/ Functional Studies (1:5 ratio) ** Waitlist **

Due to the small size of our physical space, and each classroom only having one adult staff member, applicants to OASIS NC center-based programs must: 1) Have no aggressive behaviors (to self, others, or environment) and 2) Use the bathroom independently. These requirements are for safety and supervision purposes only.

OASIS NC admits children of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.

The application process

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