Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Charter School?
In 1997, The Ohio Legislature passed a law creating independent, public “community schools” to give parents a choice of the public school that best fits the needs of their children. Community schools engage the community by providing a quality educational environment that promotes successful lifelong learning for their students, staff, and community. We offer all of the typical, school-related services including breakfast, lunch, and before and after-school Latchkey program.
Is there a charge to attend?
Millennium Community School is tuition-free; there is NO charge to attend Millennium Community School.
How do I enroll my child?
Interested parents may click here to enroll their child. You can also pick-up an enrollment packet at the school office or call and request that an enrollment application be mailed to you.
Is my child guaranteed a spot once I submit an application?
Millennium Community School accepts students on a first come, first serve basis. Once you have submitted a completed enrollment application, you will be notified of your child’s acceptance.
Does Millennium Community School require a uniform?
Millennium Community School students wear a uniform consisting of light blue shirts, navy blue bottoms and black shoes. Click here for more information.
Is transportation provided?
Transportation is not provided by Millennium Community School; however transportation is provided by the school district in which you reside.
What type of curriculum is used?
Students at Millennium Community School learn in a Blended Learning format that combines in-person and online learning. Each student is assigned a Chromebook that allows access to the various online learning platforms utilized by teachers. All learning is standards based and students are assessed daily with class exit tickets as well as bi-weekly through short assessments. This allows teachers to adjust instruction as needed in order to meet the needs of the students. The school employs Academic Architects that collect, analyze student data, to train, evaluate, manage teachers, and report to the school administration on student progress.
Are your teachers highly qualified?
Yes, all teaching staff at Millennium Community School are highly qualified.