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Pupil Admission Requirements (A.R.S. § 15-184)


  • A charter school shall enroll all eligible pupils who submit a timely application, unless the number of applications exceeds the capacity of a program, class, grade level or building. A charter school shall give enrollment preference to pupils returning to the charter school in the second or any subsequent year of its operation and to siblings of pupils already enrolled in the charter school. A charter school that is sponsored by a school district governing board shall give enrollment preference to eligible pupils who reside within the boundaries of the school district where the charter school is physically located. If capacity is insufficient to enroll all pupils who submit a timely application, the charter school shall select pupils through an equitable selection process such as a lottery except that preference shall be given to siblings of a pupil selected through an equitable selection process such as a lottery.
  • Except as provided in subsection C, a charter school shall not limit admission based on ethnicity, national origin, gender, income level, disabling condition, proficiency in the English language or athletic ability.
  • A charter school may limit admission to pupils within a given age group or grade level.
  • A charter school shall admit pupils who reside in the attendance area of a school or who reside in a school district that is under a court order of desegregation or that is a party to an agreement with the United States department of education office for civil rights directed toward remediating alleged or proven racial discrimination unless notice is received from the resident school that the admission would violate the court order or agreement. If a charter school admits a pupil after notice is received that the admission would constitute such a violation, the charter school is not allowed to include in its student count the pupils wrongfully admitted.
In Loco Parentis


Typically, in loco parentis is a voluntarily assumed obligation. It is a Latin phrase which means "in lieu of a parent." Teachers, camp counselors, stepparents, and others who take responsibility for children have a duty to act in loco parentis. This means they have the same power and authority over the children, as do the parents, at least during the time that the children are under their control.


Por lo general, In Loco Parentis es una obligación voluntariamente asumida. Es una frase latina (de la antigua Roma) que significa "en lugar de un padre." Los maestros, consejeros de la escuela, padrastros y otros que asumen la responsabilidad de los niños tienen el deber de actuar “in loco parentis”. Esto significa que tienen el mismo poder y autoridad sobre los hijos, al igual que los padres, al menos durante el tiempo que los niños están bajo su control.
Standards Based Curriculum and Instruction

A student must have a total of 22 credits to graduate from High School in the following subjects:


4 Credits


Fine Arts

1 Credit


4 Credits



3 Credits

Social Studies

3 Credits



1 Credit


6 Credits

In addition, students must meet the Arizona Articulated Academic Standards set for High School students. The Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) assessment is given annually to assess each student’s ability to meet these standards. Students are assessed for the first time in the sophomore year of high school. If the student does not meet at this time he/she will have seven more opportunities to retake the assessment before the end of their senior school year. For this reason Victory High School has aligned it curriculum to the Arizona Articulate Academic Standards for High School.

Rules and regulations changes will be posted soon.


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