Day School. Admissions Process
This is the Admissions Process for our Day School program. More information about the Admissions Process for our Roots Program is here.
Thank you for your interest in Bloom360 Learning Community, a nonprofit school for children with special needs. We look forward to connecting with you to determine together if we can support your child’s learning journey. We employ a thorough, thoughtful process in order to make the best possible decision for your child. We need family involvement at this crucial step and want to spend time getting to know you and your child. Our approach is to create an open dialogue for sharing and honesty. As parents of neuro-diverse children ourselves, we understand the importance of a non-judgmental, family-friendly experience that builds a relationship and network of support for your child and family.
Bloom360 Learning Community has joined with TADS, an online admissions and tuition system for families to use throughout the enrollment and ongoing administration process.
Typically, the Admissions process involves the following steps:
Parent(s) fill out and submit Bloom360 Learning Community application through TADS – click on link, register an account (by creating username and password), fill out online application and submit application fee through TADS.
Please note that the TADS application will time out after one hour of inactivity, resulting in the loss of unsaved information. Be sure to click save draft after each question you answer.
Family Discovery Session – An in-person parent(s) and Bloom360 Team meeting to begin to learn more about your child and family.
Child Discovery Session – to start to build a relationship with your child (with 2 team members).
Once the above steps have been completed the Bloom360 Team will review all the information and determine if Bloom360 Learning Community is a mutual fit. If so, the Growth Ring will also be determined, which refers to the educational program your child will be enrolled in for that said school year. Bloom360 Learning Community will schedule a time to discuss the Growth Ring and our admittance decision.
Upon admission, Bloom360 Team works with family to establish a transition plan.
Bloom360 Learning Community admits qualified students of any race, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. No person shall, on the basis of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, or sexual orientation be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity, or in any employment conditions or practices conducted by Bloom360, except as provided by law. Bloom360 shall comply with all state and federal laws, which prohibit discrimination and are designed to protect the civil rights of applicants, employees, and/or students, or other persons protected by applicable law.