Services & Capabilities

Admissions

Thank you for your interest in Citizens of the World Charter School Hollywood! Information about the 2020-21 school year will be posted here in the upcoming months.

 

Apply Online Now!

Tour Our School

Thank your for your interest in CWC Hollywood!  We host a number of morning tours and evening information sessions throughout the fall and winter prior to the application deadline and enrollment lottery for the coming school year. Click here to learn more about tours and evening session dates and how you can sign up.

While not required in order to apply to the school, taking the tour or coming to an info session will allow you to see our classrooms and hear from our principal, teachers, and parents about our school program.

Click here to sign up for a tour

Apply to CWC-H

The application form for the 2020-21 school year will be posted soon.

Apply online by clicking here

If you experience any technical difficulties with the online application, please contact ApplyLA at the following number:  877-877-5057 (assistance available in English, Spanish and Korean)

If you have general enrollment questions, please contact Nicole Tocantins in the CWCH Main Office (323-464-4292 or ntocantins@cwchollywood.org )

CWC Hollywood welcomes and is committed to serving all students, including those with special needs. Our educational programs are tailored to a student’s individual needs, and we ensure that we provide any additional services that may be required under a student’s individualized education plan (IEP). If your student has an IEP or 504, please alert the school upon enrollment so that we can ensure that supports and services are ready for your student.

Lottery

If the number of students who wish to attend CWCH exceeds the school’s capacity, enrollment is determined by random public drawing (lottery) in accordance with Education Code §47605(d)(2).

For more information about our lottery process, click here.

All our charter schools are tuition-free, open-enrollment public school. Students are admitted regardless of disability, gender, gender identity or expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation. Enrollment in the school shall be open to any resident of the state of California.