We are now enrolling scholars for the 22/23 School Year!

We are now enrolling scholars for the 22/23 School Year! Get started today and secure a spot so that you can begin preparing and getting excited for the year to come.

Join us for a Spring Open House!

Spring Open House, May 21st from 11 AM to 1 PM

Quick Facts About Our Schools!

  • School Hours

    • Doors Open:  7:35
    • School Day Begins:  8:00
    • Dismissal Time:  3:20
  • Staffing

    • In grades K-2, we utilize a co-teaching model, which places two teachers in every classroom. Students remain in the same room all day.
    • In grades 3-4, students will engage with various subject-based teachers. Students will primarily remain in the same room all day, with selected times that they may rotate rooms.
    • In grades 5-8, students will have four different teachers for four subjects (ELA, Math, Science, History). Students rotate through 70-minute blocks of instruction.
  • Academic Priority

    Our goal for the 22/23 school year is to help our scholars get back on track from the challenges and disruption brought on by the pandemic. Our teachers, school leaders, and support staff are committed to providing every scholar with personalized learning opportunities, while also tending to their physical, social, and emotional needs.

  • Curriculum

    Phonics:
    We use the Fundations curriculum, a multi-sensory and systematic approach to phonics, spelling, and handwriting.
    We use the Heggerty curriculum, which focuses on letter and sound recognition, language awareness, and auditory language development.

    ELA:  
    We use the KIPP Wheatley curriculum, which focuses on all students' skills and content for academic and career success: close reading of high-quality, complex texts and thorough, precise writing.

    Math:
    We use the Ready Mathematics curriculum, which helps students develop mathematical reasoning, engage in discourse, and build strong mathematical habits.

  • Partnerships

    We partner with City Year to provide additional staff that supports students through additional mentoring, tutoring, and building relationships.

    We partner with Open Doors Academy to provide after-school, out-of-school, camp, and summer experiences through High School and beyond!

    We partner with Say Yes to provide Family Support Specialists that provide wrap-around services for students and families.

Enrolling is as easy as 1-2-3! Here's how:

Click the button below to start your application.

Enter your email or phone number to create an account or log in to your previously created account. Once you are logged in, you will then click 'Add New Scholar' to begin the application.

The login screen will look like this:

 

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Submit the following documents:

1. Proof of Residency (within last 90 days - examples: utility bill, lease, pay stub)

2. Copy of Child’s Birth Certificate (with guardian’s name)

3. Child’s Latest Shot Records (due before the first day of school

Documents can be submitted by:

Email: bcsenrollment@breakthroughschools.org

Text: (216)-800-7166

Or, by uploading from your phone or computer.

Recieve an Offer

Complete an application and submit it along with the required documents.

Once you receive an offer via text or email for your child/rens to enroll, you must Accept and Complete Registration to secure your child/ren's enrollment place in the class.

Accept

Congrats!

You will accept and complete registration on your phone or computer.

Helpful Tips for Completing Your Application

Take your proof of residency out of the envelope.

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Take a clear photo of your proof of residency and birth certificate.

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Make sure your proof of residency is recent and complete.

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Proof of residency includes the date within the last 90 days, your name, address, and where the document is from.

  • Pay stub
  • Lease agreement
  • Bank statement
  • Utility bill (paper or screenshot)
  • Homeowners or renters insurance
  • Rent receipt
  • Mortgage statement

If you do not have a proof of residency, provide a notarized statement.

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If you do not have a proof of residency in your name because you live with someone or in someone else’s home, please have the person you live with provide a notarized statement stating that you and your scholar live in the home or at the address with them and
provide you with their proof of residency.

If your name is not on the child's birth certificate, custody documents must also be submitted.

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