Returning students and new applicants will be enrolled subject to the following priorities:
- Students who attended Utopian Academy for the Arts during the previous school year.
- Siblings of students who attended Utopian Academy for the Arts during the previous school year.
- Students whose parent or guardian is a member of the governing board, or is a full-time teacher, professional, or other employee
- Students residing within Clayton County, GA
UAFA is a public charter school network open to any student in grades K-2 and 6-10 who resides in Clayton County, Georgia. Admission is granted on a first come, first serve basis. When demand for enrollment exceeds available capacity for prospective students, UAFA will create a waitlist by grade. Those students would then be entered into a lottery, which will be held according to the school’s charter. A lottery helps UAFA to keep class sizes small so that scholars can receive individual attention. Most grades have a waitlist. The length of the list varies depending on the grade. UAFA does not maintain a waitlist from previous school years. Parents must re-enroll their scholar for the next school year in the spring of their current year of attendance.
New Students Application Requirements
Use the “Enrollment Checklist” as a guide to completing your packet. Please make sure to provide the necessary documentation for your student. Incomplete enrollment packets will not be accepted. All packets must include every form on the checklist. Registration forms must be submitted online.
Providing social security numbers is voluntary, no child will be denied enrollment or attendance for declining to provide. However, please note that additional action will be required if social security number if not provided during the application process.
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Our Diversity Statement
Utopian Academy Values Diversity
Utopian Academy for the Arts will neither charge tuition nor discriminate against any student. Admission is not based on race, ethnicity, national origin, or disability or any other basis that would be unlawful for a public school. UAFA follows all state and federal regulations on enrollment and providing educational services for students.
Pictured is the UAFA initial 6th grade cohort, class of 2014.
All students are 2021 high school graduates.