• COIL  Personalized Independent Study Program Registration Process

    STEP 1:  Attend one of our hour-long orientation meetings; this is required prior to registration. Sign up for an upcoming meeting here. These meetings are designed to give you information about COIL Charter School and to answer the most commonly asked questions about our school. For upcoming dates, please check our calendar. (Meetings start and finish on time, so please plan for traffic and allow yourself time to find our classroom.) These meetings are held in Room 710. Please note that we take students in Alameda County and any county touching Alameda County.

    STEP 2:  If, after attending the orientation, you decide our school is a good fit for your child and family then you will receive a registration packet.

    STEP 3:  Fill out the registration packet completely and bring it to the COIL Office. Be sure to bring the required paperwork. Check the Enrollment section of our handbook for necessary documents. Incomplete paperwork will not be accepted.

    *Registration hours are:  Monday - Friday from 9 am until 3:30 pm in COIL’s main office.*

    Registering a high school student?

    If you are registering a high school student, you’ll need to also bring in a copy of their most recent transcript.

    Students with IEP's or 504:
    If your child has an IEP or 504, then you will need to provide a copy of his/he most recent IEP along with the Psychologist Report when turning in your enrollment forms.

    Possibility of Being Wait Listed

    At times COIL may not have openings at particular grade levels. When that happens, your child will be placed on a waiting list. Openings will be filled by a lottery with priority going to Fremont residents first.

    Your child is not considered enrolled in our school if s/he is on the waitlist.

    STEP 4: Once enrollment is confirmed by our secretary, you will be advised to come in with withdrawal paper work from your previous school. At that time you will get a beginning packet to get you started until you receive a call from your advisory teacher within a few days.

    All students must be current and up to date on all Immunizations in order to enroll, you must bring in a print out from your doctor of your you most current Immunizations! Immunizations listed on transcripts cannot be accepted.