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Welcome to Franklin Academy. We continue to accept applications for the 2024-2025 school year. A random lottery will be held to determine admission. All applications received during an enrollment window will participate in the random lottery. Lottery Rules.

Each campus will conduct an independent lottery. Families may apply for more than one campus and participate in each of the lotteries. Applicants may receive more than one offer of admission based on lottery results, however, once an acceptance for admission for a specific campus is received by the school, all other offers will be forfeit.

Franklin Academy campuses are located in both Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Students who will not reside in the same county as the campus for which they applied shall be enrolled under the rules of the Controlled Open Enrollment Policy (COEP).

*2024-25 COEP Capacity Information

If you participated in a previous lottery pool, and are on a waitlist, you should not submit additional applications for the second lottery.

If you have a child currently enrolled in Franklin Academy and wish to apply for a sibling, you must submit an application for the sibling. If you have multiple children applying for Franklin Academy, you must complete a separate application for each child. A preference will be given to applicants who have siblings attending the school as noted in the Lottery Rules.

If you are currently on a waitlist for the 2023-24 school year, you will remain active on that list for the remainder of the academic year. To be eligible to participate in a lottery for the 2024-25 school year, you must submit new application.

At the close of each enrollment window, parents will be notified of the status of their child's admission and will receive instructions on the lottery process. If your child is offered admission, information on how to complete registration will be provided.

Listed below are the links that enable you to submit an application online. Parents will be notified if their child is offered admission; information on how to complete registration will be provided.

Registration documents include: (These documents will not be required until after you receive and accept an enrollment offer.)

  • Child's Birth Certificate
  • Current Immunization Records
  • Current Physical Exam
  • Proof of Residency
  • Additional registration documents will be provided by the school for completion prior to the start of classes.

Applicants for kindergarten in the 2024-25 school year must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2024. Applicants for 1st grade in the 2024-25 school year must be 6 years old on or before September 1, 2024.

Apply for the NEXT School Year (2024-25) Solicitar el PRÓXIMO año escolar (2024-25) Inscreva-se para PRÓXIMO ano escolar (2024-25) Aplike pou NEXT school year (2024-25)

2024-25 COEP Capacity Information

The Boynton Beach and Palm Beach Gardens campuses have not reached COEP capacity levels and will therefore consider COEP applicants in grades K-8.

The Pembroke Pines K-12 campus has not reached the COEP capacity level and will therefore consider COEP applicants in grades K-11.

All other campuses have reached capacity at all grade levels and as per policy will therefore not consider COEP applicants for the 2024-25 school year.

All other campuses have reached capacity at all grade levels and as per policy will therefore not consider COEP applicants for the 2023-24 school year.

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