Open enrollment for the 2024-2025 school year is here! We have several campuses available to meet families' needs. Choose from our Central Phoenix Early Learning Center for grades K-3 or our Main Campus in Central Phoenix for grades 4-12. We are also enrolling grades K-5 at our West Valley Campus and grades 6-12 at our new Tucson Campus. For those who want flexible schedules, we are enrolling grades K-12 in our Online School.

Click the button below to access our Enrollment Interest Forms

Early Learning Center & Main Campus

Early Learning Center

Grades K-3

Main Campus

Grades 4-12+

West Valley Campus

West Valley Campus

Grades K-6

Online Learning

Online – Grades K-12

Tucson Campus

Tucson Upper School Campus

Grades 6-12

For more information about potential enrollment at the AZACS Campuses, including the Early Learning Center, the Elementary Campus, the Upper School Campus, the West Valley Campus, the Tucson Campus and the Online School contact: enrollment@autismcharter.org or call 602-882-5544

Contact AZACS Registrar Maria Colunga at MColunga@autismcharter.org or call 602-882-5544

Sr. Registrar

Maria Colunga

Sr. Registrar

Maria Colunga

Fair and Equitable Enrollment Policy 

AZACS aims to make all of its schools and  programs accessible to all eligible students, however, demand exceeds capacity frequently and AZACS’ fair and equitable enrollment practices come into play. AZACS enrolls all eligible students in grades K-12 who submit a timely application unless the number of applications exceeds the capacity of a program, class, grade level or building per ARS 15-184.

Applications are accepted starting January 1 for the following school year, and selection of students starts in March. For any grade level/program for which there are more applications than available spaces, a lottery is held to select students for that classroom or program. Students who are not selected through the lottery process are placed on a waitlist. The same procedure takes place each school year. If more applications are received than the available slots, then a lottery is held to select students to enroll. 

While AZACS focuses on best-practices for students with autism and attracts a majority of students with autism, it is an open enrollment school where all students are welcome. AZACS does not limit admission based on ethnicity, national origin, gender, income level, disabling condition, proficiency in the English language or athletic ability per ARS 15-184.