Registration Forms & Requirements at One Spark Academy for 2022-2023

One Spark Academy has limited capacity. Our program is small by design, our classrooms small in size, and we aim to balance various grades and learning levels.

  • Steps To Register:
    1. Be sure you understand how One Spark Academy works. Read About us.
    2. Our Course Schedule for Session 1 will be publicly available August 1.
    3. Registration requests: To get on the interest list, fill out this form and you will be contacted.
    4. You may email us directly for specific questions about a course. If courses are closed on the schedule, you may inquire. Sometimes spots become available before the site is updated.
    5. Read the Course Descriptions carefully. Some courses require independent work or meet with students off-site/outdoors.
  • PaperworkRegistration Forms are submitted once per year, after schedules are confirmed, in hard copy. The following forms are needed (updated forms available on August 1, 2022): 
    • One Spark Academy 2022-2023 registration
      • If proof of immunization was submitted in 2020-2021 and there are no changes, then a copy will still be on file.
    • Participant Agreement, signed by your child
    • OSA Media Release
    • OSA Math Survey (if students are taking any directed math courses or MAYL)
    • All Registration Forms and payment is mailed to our mailing address or hand-delivered with prior arrangement.
      • Our Mailing address: One Spark Academy, 501-I. S. Reino. Rd. #296, Newbury Park, CA 91320
  • Payment is required 1-2 weeks prior to the start of each session (dates may vary) or within three working days if registering mid-session. Invoices are emailed once registration fees are confirmed. Cash, bank transfer, or credit cards are accepted (a 3% fee is added to credit card purchases). To avoid online transfer fees, checks are preferred. View our Pricing Policy here.
  • Priority:
    • Priority for Session 1 each year is given to students who are pre-registered. (Pre-registration is one week before general registration.) Priority is also given to full-time students, or those committing to our full-year courses, which have limited space. Students coming 4-5 days a week and/or on our Flex Plan are considered “full time”.
    • Priority during the year is given to students enrolled in the previous Session. Students enrolled in full-year courses retain those spots as long as they remain enrolled in OSA.