We welcome students from throughout the Kansas City Public Schools district in Kansas City, Missouri, to our public charter school. On these pages, you will find a link to our online application, read our policies regarding age, siblings and residency, and learn how and when to apply. Because there are typically more applicants than places available, a lottery system is used to generate a random list for the incoming kindergarten class, admitting 198 new students per year.
Using an Académie Lafayette application or a Common Application, families can apply during an open admission window every year.
Discover guidelines for admission, including age and residency requirements, the lottery system, and the open enrollment period.
Get ready for another year at Académie Lafayette! For current students, re‑enrollment is done through the SchoolMint site.
From incoming kindergarteners through middle schoolers, free and fun summer school programs are available, also through SchoolMint.
It’s impossible to capture the energy and vitality of the students and staff at Académie Lafayette within the pages of a brochure, but we tried. Download our school brochure here to learn the basics about AL and see fun photography of our Musketeers in action.
Académie Lafayette strongly encourages prospective parents to visit the school and learn about French immersion first-hand.
Our next open house is Wednesday, Feb. 6th, 2019, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Oak campus (6903 Oak Street, Kansas City, MO 64113).
Académie Lafayette is one of 16 Kansas City charter schools working together to simplify our initial application process into one easy form, SchoolAppKC, that you can fill out on any electronic device. The easy 8-question application allows you to apply to Académie Lafayette in less than 5 minutes and makes applying to schools easier, more accessible and more transparent.
To apply go to SchoolAppKC.
NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT: Académie Lafayette does not and will not discriminate, or in any way prefer any student over another student based on race, religion, gender, ethnicity, national origin, disability, income level, proficiency in English or athletic ability. (RSMO 160.410 (3)) For questions about this process, please call 816.888.7400.