Returning Family Registration Process
To speak with our admissions counselor
Elizabeth Gonzalez | Admissions.ODA@gmail.com
*If it has been 3 years or more since you last registered your family with ODA, you will need to register using the New Family Registration form and complete a family interview.
*If you are adding a sibling over the age of 12 who has not been previously registered, you will need to complete a brief sibling interview. You may register online or with a paper form; however, your registration will not be processed until the interview is complete.
Registration closes on January 31 for current school year - no new returning families will be accepted after this date for the school year currently in progress
Step 1: Review the new course schedule on
1st Monday in March
Look it over to see which classes would fit your homeschool and students. Register online, by mail, or at any ODA campus.
Step 2: Visit ODA or attend an Open House in the Spring
The best way to learn about ODA is to visit one of our campuses near your homeschool. In addition, each spring we open up every campus of One Day Academy to parents for one evening to:
Meet the teachers of the campus
Explore their curriculum
Sign up for fall & summer classes
Learn about upcoming changes for the next year
Step 3: Register with ODA (annually)
Each year returning families must register with One Day Academy, updating their contact information and paying the annual registration fee. Once registered, all children in the family may attend any campus or campuses. One Day Academy Annual Family Registration $100/family. THERE IS AN EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTED PRICE PRIOR TO AUGUST 1 of $75.
Step 4: Contact & register with the faculty
Once you decide which courses you wish to attend at ODA, use our website to find each teacher's web page. You will find contact information for each teacher on their page as well as their registration forms to print. Some teachers provide links to their online registration.
Step 5: Attend Orientation in August
Every year, Orientation Week is held 1 week before classes start at the end of August. Attendance is important to pick up textbooks, meet with teachers, and gather last minute information.