For enrollment information for City Neighbors High School, go to City Neighbors High School’s website or call them at 443-642-2119.
All Enrollment Applications received after the deadline will be placed at the end of the waiting list in the order in which they were received. They will not be included in the lottery drawing.
It is very important the information you provide on your child's applications is clear, legible, and accurate. CNH will not be responsible for any acceptance notification letters returned to us in the mail due to incorrect, outdated, or illegible information provided on the Enrollment Application. A reasonable attempt will be made to contact the accepted applicant by other means provided on the Enrollment Application, but acceptance deadlines cannot be extended. If we are unable to make contact after a reasonable attempt to do so, we will offer the seat to the next applicant on the waiting list.
If, during the lottery, my child was accepted to fill a seat, how long do I have to accept or decline the seat?mrvicking2021-10-06T15:36:12-04:00
After the lottery, there is a very specific timeline on accepting or declining the seat. See the "Important Enrollment Dates and Deadlines." An acceptance card and registration form will be mailed to all accepted applicants by the deadline. If you choose to accept the seat, the card and registration form must be either hand-delivered or postmarked by the the deadline indicated. If we do not receive this written notification of acceptance postmarked by that deadline, we will offer the seat to the next applicant on the waiting list. Verbal notification of acceptance is not sufficient and a seat will not be [...]
Yes! Our lottery is held virtually and all prospective applicant families are welcome to witness the lottery. A link to the lottery will be shared on the school website ahead of the date.
The waiting list will be in effect for the entire school year. If your child is not selected during the school year in which you applied, you will have to reapply for the following year.
Immediately following the lottery, wait-list letters will be sent to all lottery applicants with their placement number indicated. Accepted families have until the middle of April to accept or decline the seat, so there will be no movement on the waiting list until late April/early May. If we begin selecting names from the waiting list and your child’s name comes up next on the list, we will contact you immediately. There is no need to contact us about your child’s placement on the waiting list. CNH will not be responsible for any wait-list notification letters returned to us in the mail [...]
Because of high demand, we are unable to schedule individual school tours or information sessions for prospective families. Please be sure to attend an Open House, held during the enrollment period. COVID UPDATE: Our intent is to hold all of our 2023-24 open houses in-person. However, if cases rise and it becomes necessary to implement safety precautions, our open houses will be held virtually.
It is very important that you not only read our website thoroughly, but that you also attend an enrollment Open House and ask any questions you may have to ensure you and your family are a good fit for City Neighbors Hamilton. You do not need to RSVP in order to attend an Open House. See enrollment Open House dates here.
Yes. Age Requirements for Kindergarten A child must be 5-years-old on or before September 1, 2023 in order to be enrolled in kindergarten. If your child’s fifth birthday is September 2, 2023 through and including October 15, 2023, and you wish to make application for Kindergarten for 2023-24, parents must apply for a waiver by completing an Early Admission Request Packet from their zoned/neighborhood school. All requested documentation must be submitted to the Office of Early Learning. Contact the Office of Early Learning at 443-642-3990 for more information on this process and to confirm their deadlines. There is no early admission [...]