General and Enrollment FAQs
What grades are offered by Insight Schools of California?
Insight Schools of California currently offers grades 9–12.
Is Insight Schools of California really tuition free?
Yes. Because we are a public school, we operate under the same state guidelines as traditional public schools. This means we receive the same funding as a traditional school, and no tuition is required.
Does the program provide textbooks and other instructional materials?
Yes. All instructional materials are provided to students to ensure they're successful in the program. A desktop computer is provided for qualifying families.
How many students will get into the school?
Insight Schools of California is a public school. In most cases, students who wish to enroll are admitted subject only to capacity and the grade restrictions listed above.
What if my child is behind on credits or failing classes?
Insight Schools of California specializes in addressing the needs of struggling students. We develop an individualized plan to ensure all students have an education roadmap to success that's specific to them.
What are the location and age restrictions?
Insight Schools of California serves the following counties: Los Angeles, Ventura, Kern, San Bernardino, Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Diego, Alameda, Amador, Calaveras, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Sacramento, and Santa Clara. Students must be 20 years of age or younger when they enroll. Students who turn 21 while enrolled and need additional education in order to receive a diploma may remain enrolled until they meet the graduation requirements or the end of the school year, whichever occurs first. Students must also be able to demonstrate completion of the eighth grade through official transcript or homeschool portfolios.
Can students enroll and begin classes at any time of the year?
Students can submit an enrollment application anytime during the year and, once approved, start at the next scheduled start date.
I've been expelled. Will I get into Insight Schools of California?
Each case is reviewed based upon records from your current or former school district. As a California public school, current expulsions from another district may be honored.