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Online Enrollment

Enrollment Information

Please use the above link to enroll your student online.  When filling out the form, please indicate Oakdale Secondary as your School of Choice.  We ask that you do NOT enter immunization information on your enrollment form.

After you have completed your online enrollment, the school will immediately begin contacting your previous school for a transcript and immunizations.  To expedite the process, you may bring the transcript and immunizations directly to us.  After receiving the transcript and immunizations, your student will be placed on the Oakdale waiting list. 

We will assess availability at Oakdale at the end of each unit (approx. every 4 weeks).  Based on our availability at the time, students will be invited to attend an orientation.  After being put on the Oakdale waitlist, your student needs to continue regular attendance at their current school.  Students need to have 85% or better attendance rate to be placed at Oakdale.

If you have any questions or need help with enrollment, please call our registrar, Pauline Evans, at 891-3092 x. 102.  If you have questions about when the end of the next unit is or what your placement on the waitlist is, please contact our Counselor, Jessica Prisk, at 891-3092 x. .

Educational Options at Oakdale ISP

Grades 6/7/8
The blended format centers on a 3-hour small group class once a week followed by a 2-hour lab another day.   Students are expected to complete a minimum of 15 hours of coursework outside of the classroom. Students take at least five courses in a session.
 
Grade 9/10
The blended format centers on a 3-hour small group class once a week followed by a 2-hour lab another day.   Students are expected to complete a minimum of 15 hours of coursework outside of the classroom. Students take at least five courses in a session.
 
Grades 11/12
The traditional format centers on a  weekly 3-hour appointment. Students are expected to complete a minimum of 17 hours of coursework outside of the classroom. Students take at least five courses in a session.  

Title I School-Level Parent and Family Engagement Policy Alternative Education 2019-20

CUSD Junior High and High School and Family Compact

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