The application window will be open from April 1, 2021 through April 30, 2022. Applications received after the application window has closed are not eligible for the lottery drawing and will placed at the bottom of the waiting list.
Any student that does not currently attend DCS and wishes to be considered must submit a new application each year. This includes legacies (brothers/sisters of current DCS students that live in the same household) as all previous applications have been purged.
It is preferable that applications are submitted online. If this is not possible, applications may be picked up from the school, either in the front office or in the clear document box outside the double doors of the main office. Paper applications may be returned in person (either in the front office or in the locked dropbox beside the main office double doors), scanned and emailed to Brett.Raley@delhicharterschool.org, or by mailed directly to Brett Raley, Headmaster Delhi Charter School 6940 Hwy 17 Delhi, LA 71232.
All applications must be received by midnight on April 30, 2021 and we are not responsible for lost mail. Please submit only 1 application per child. Multiple applications for the same child will be deleted. You may call the school at 318-878-0433, ext 105 for additional information. Please leave a message if no one is available.
There will be a Lottery Meeting held on May 4, 2021 to determine the order by which students will be placed on the waiting list. This meeting will be held virtually and streamed live on Facebook.
Letters will be sent to students that have been accepted after the current school year has ended. Those not accepted will not receive a letter but will remain on the waiting list. Please continually update contact information, including address and phone number, to ensure that we can contact you should the need arise.
Delhi Charter School adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal civil rights law and regulations that are applicable to this agency. Therefore, no one will be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin (Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964); gender (Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972); disability (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973) in attaining educational goals and objectives and in the administration of personnel policies and procedures.