Thank you for your interest in Pacific Crest Innovation Academy! We welcome the opportunity to get to know you and your student(s) better and discover how Pacific Crest Innovation Academy can help student(s) define and achieve their academic goals.
Download your enrollment application here! PCIA Owl for a Day We invite interested students to visit our campus as a PCIA Owl for a Day! Interested students may visit our school, interact with our instructors and current PCIA students, and experience college in the high school classes in our small class sizes. Interested students must schedule a visit by contacting the Dean of Students/Academic Advisor, Kaylene Herman (firstname.lastname@example.org), to arrange a day and time that works best for our school and your schedule.
PCIA Fall 2020 Enrollment Prospective students must submit their enrollment application and supplemental forms to the Dean of Students/Academic Advisor, Kaylene Herman by August 13, 2020, for fall semester consideration. Please email Ms. Herman your enrollment forms at email@example.com.
Students must be under 21 years of age.
Students cannot hold a high school degree or diploma.
Students must meet general admissions standards set forth in the PCIA enrollment policy.
Priority will be given to students who reside in Mill A School District or Mount Pleasant School District. Students who reside in other school districts in the state of Washington may be admitted on a space-available basis.
Students in grade 9 will take prerequisite courses.
Students in grade 10–12 will take 100-200 college-level courses.
Students must plan on spending a minimum of 1+ hours of homework for every hour spent in the classroom. (Example: 2 hours in the class is a minimum of 2+ hours of homework.)
Attendance and participation is CRITICAL to students’ success.
Self-motivation and perseverance are key characteristics of academically-minded students.
Students must also possess a strong work ethic, as well as good organizational skills and time management strategies.
Students may have a job or participate in sports/extra-curricular activities, however, it is not advised.