How to Enroll With LAU

New for 2020-2021: Parents will be responsible for ordering all student books and materials, with LAU providing reimbursement. Booklists can be viewed in SIS. See the Parent-Student Handbook for reimbursement guidelines.

Which of the following best describes you?

My student is new to LAU and I haven’t applied for 2020-21.

If you’re brand new to LAU and are interested in our program, please fill out our Intent to Enroll form to get started. An enrollment advisor will contact you to guide you through the application process.

My student is returning to LAU and I need to apply for 2020-21.

If your student attended LAU in a previous year, you can fill out an accelerated application for 2020-21 inside SIS. We’ll process your application within 1-3 business days and let you know as soon as you can register for classes.

I’ve already applied for 2020-21 and I’m ready to sign up for classes!

If you’ve already applied to LAU for 2020-21 and been approved, you’re all set to register for classes! Just log in to SIS to access all your options, including ILC in-person courses, Funded Independent Courses, and Outdoor Adventures.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I know if my student’s application has been approved?

Once you submit your full application, we’ll process it within 1-3 business days.

Is there a minimum number of classes my student can take at LAU?

Students are required to take at least four classes for Middle School (minimum 2 Core classes) and five classes for High School (minimum 3 Core Classes) from LAU. These classes can include ILC’s, Independent Study classes, or Funded Independent Study classes. This allows students to get Middle or High School credit for things they may already be doing.

Please contact our school counselor if you have questions or need help creating your student’s perfect schedule.

Which courses are available for my student to take in-person?

You can see the full details about our in-person courses on this page.

Is there a separate application process for enrolling in in-person courses?

No. The application process is the same, regardless of which classes your student wants to take.