Do you want to prepare your future with us?

Enrollment – Students may complete enrollment applications Monday through Friday
from 8 am to 3 pm. Please bring any pertinent documents to the enrollment meeting.

Counseling – Cornerstone Charter School counseling services includes academic (transcript and schedule building), career, and academic adjustment counseling (orientation, time management and study skills).

Special Education – Cornerstone Charter school has a full-time Special Education teacher that assists all eligible students with their individual education plans and accommodations.

Information Technology – Cornerstone utilizes the most up-to-date technology to deliver content that is articulated to Arizona State Standards. Each student has their own dedicated computer workstation.


Admission is not limited based upon ethnicity, nationality, origin, gender, income level, disabling condition, proficiency in the English language or athletic ability. There are no tuition or fees charged for attending Cornerstone Charter School. Cornerstone will admit all eligible pupils who submit timely applications.


In order to enroll at Cornerstone Charter School parents and prospective students must schedule an appointment with the Registrar. If the student is under 18 years old, a parent or guardian must accompany the student to the appointment.

Along with a completed enrollment packet, the following documents are needed (If you are unable to provide them we will fax the previous school(s) to obtain these documents):  

  • Proof of Age and Identity (within 30 days of enrollment): Birth Certificate, Passport, Baptismal certificate, Letter from an authorized representative of an agency having custody of the pupil, or other accepted documentation
  • Military Student Identifier (if applicable)
  • Proof of residency documentation


Cornerstone Charter School  will make every attempt to accommodate students seeking admission. However, each year the Arizona Department of Education limits the number of students who can be enrolled. When the enrollment cap is met, a waiting list is established. When a space becomes available, the school will use a lottery system to determine the next student to be enrolled.


Regular attendance at school has been directly linked to academic success and created positive attitudes toward responsibility that will carry over into adult life. State law also requires regular attendance by students of school age (6-16). In the event of absence, parents/guardians are expected to notify the school in writing before the day of the absence, or by telephone the day of the absence. For absences greater than one day in length, the school should be notified for each day of the absence.