Are you ready? As we celebrate the start of a new year, we have something else to celebrate... Early Enrollment! Early Enrollment for the 2022-23 school year will officially be open to all new scholars and families beginning January 3, 2022.

Upcoming Enrollment Events

Join us for a Kindergarten Night, on Thursday, March 10th from 5:30 to 6:30 PM!

Early Enrollment for New Families

Are you a new family looking to enroll at Breakthrough for the first time? Early Enrollment for the 2022-23 school year will officially be open to all new scholars and families beginning January 3, 2022.

Why enroll early? Each year, we have a limited number of seats available, and enrolling early gives you a chance:

+ To skip the waitlist
+ Secure a place for your K-8 child/ren all at the same campus for the upcoming year!
+ Have more time getting to know your teachers and our school community.

Plus, it’s one more thing you can check off your list.

We Love Our Breakthrough Family!

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:



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:


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.



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.


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.


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.


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.