The round 1 application deadline for all 2019-2020 school year applicants is Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.
Who Can Apply?
Students going in to 1st through 10th grade for the 2019-2020 school year.
New STEM Magnet Schools
The CCSD is proud to announce the opening of three new STEM magnet schools: Roger Gehring ES, Lied MS, and Mike O’Callaghan MS. Authentic STEM experiences will be a common thread in all three schools, responding to the calls from the industry and community, as well as alignment to higher education. All three schools will infuse STEM concepts across the curriculum, offering a dynamic, technology rich, project-based, rigorous curriculum, designed to stimulate potential, interest, and creativity, while simultaneously promoting academic achievement through the study of STEM disciplines. Each school will take a unique approach to STEM implementation, described below, that differentiates it from other STEM magnet schools in the CCSD.
All LVA and Del Sol applicants only, will need to schedule an audition.Please click the links below to be directed to each schools website. It is recommended that you read the audition information found on their website(s) so that you are prepared for your audition.
At the elementary and middle school level, there are no specific requirements to attend a Magnet School. High school qualification for a Magnet School or Career and Technical Academy is based on the first semester report card. Las Vegas Academy of the Arts and Del Sol Academy of the Performing Arts both have an additional audition. Click here for more information .
Applying to a Magnet School or Career and Technical Academy is as easy as submitting either an online application or completing a paper application and submitting it to your 1st choice school no later than January 8, 2019 at 3 p.m. Any high school Magnet/CTA applicant who currently attends a charter, private or other non CCSD school must submit a copy of their 2018-2019 first trimester or first semester report card. The report card must include: course title and grade, attendance, and citizenship/conduct grade. Click here for more information .
Open Magnet/CTA seats are assigned to students through a computerized, random selection process (the “lottery”). Click here for more information .