How to Enroll
Ways to Enroll
Access our Enrollment Resources for details on enrollment timelines, eligibility, and announcements.
If you need assistance in another language, please call 855.710.0910.
1. Access the Parent Portal
2. Submit an Application
Once you've begun an application in the Parent Portal, click the option to add a new student or continue with your application. Simply fill in the fields with your child's information, select Washington Virtual Academies and click Submit.
3. Complete the Admissions Process
In this step, you'll provide more detailed information about your student and upload additional documents, such as proof of residency and a birth certificate. For a list of specific documents that will be required, contact our enrollment consultants at 866.548.9444.
4. Next Steps
All families participate in a pre-approval telephone conversation with an enrollment consultant. This will help you identify documents you may need to complete, depending on your student’s situation.
5. Receive Official Approval
Upon successful completion of the enrollment process, your student will be approved. Please check your email for important information regarding your student's status and how to access the Online School platform.
Thank you for your interest in Washington Virtual Academies! If you have questions on the enrollment process or need more information, please check our FAQs or call us at 866.548.9444.
We look forward to welcoming your family into our Washington Virtual Academies community!
Questions? Call toll-free: 866.548.9444
Students residing in Washington are eligible for enrollment. Please note that your kindergartener must be five years old by September 1 of the upcoming school year in order to enroll.
The Omak School District is required by Washington Administrative Code 392-172-100 to inform patrons of special education services and programs available within the district, including the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act of 1986.
Omak Statement of Non-discrimination The Omak School District #19 complies with all federal rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. This holds true for all district activities, programs, and employment opportunities. The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX/RCW 28A.640/RCW28A.642 - Omak Officer, LeAnne Olson (509) 826-7687 or WAVA Head of School Mark Christiano (253) 964-1068 and/or Section 504/ADA – Omak Coordinator, Sheila Crowder (509) 826-8143 or WAVA 504 Coordinator Cheryl Zahajko (206) 659-6779. Omak School District is a drug- and tobacco-free workplace. For more information on Omak School District’s Affirmative Action Plan, please visit the “District Information” section located under “Our District” on the Omak School District website at omaksd.wednet.edu.
WAVA is dedicated to achieving and fostering student/family satisfaction. Your teacher is the first point of contact.
If a concern is unresolved, the following procedure is in place to ensure that student/family grievances are addressed fairly by the appropriate persons in a timely manner:
- The parent/legal guardian must address in writing any concerns or grievance to the Principal who shall respond within ten (10) working days.
- If the concern or grievance is not resolved by the Principal, the parent/legal guardian may request, in writing, a meeting (via phone or in person) with the Head of School to discuss the concern or grievance. The Head of School shall investigate and respond within ten (10) working days.
- If the concern or grievance is still not resolved, a request in writing will be submitted to the School District Superintendent’s Office.
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act of 1986 is a federal law that provides money for homeless shelter programs. "Homeless" children are also entitled to the protections of the McKinney-Vento Act.
Find out more about the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.
Determine whether your student is eligible to receive services under the McKinney-Vento Act by completing the Student Housing Questionnaire.