The open enrollement period for JIA Jr/Sr High for the 2019 - 2020 school year opens Friday, January 18.
Applications for students applying for K-6 online enrollment with JIA Elementary and who reside in one of the following Counties: Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Kent, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, and Ottawa are being accepted for the 2019-2020 school year.
JIA Junior/Senior High Program Description
Students participating in the program will carry 6 courses each semester, and have the option to take 100% of their courses online or create a schedule combination of online and on-campus courses at Jenison Public Schools, which may also include Tech Center, Dual Enrollment, and other eligible programs. Applicants who are entering high school must review the JIA Graduation Requirements prior to beginning Step #1 of the enrollment process.
In order to be eligible for enrollment at Jenison International Academy, high school students must be less than 20 years old by September 1, 2019, a resident of the State of Michigan, and have the following minimum credit requirements when transferring into each grade level:
10th grade: 6 Semester Credits
11th grade: 12 Semester Credits
12th grade: 18 Semester Credits
Student Application Process
STEP 1: JIA Jr/Sr High Application
Before completing the district registration in Step 2, please access the following link, answer the questions as thoroughly as possible.
STEP 2: District Enrollment Registration
Using the link provided, any parent or guardian may complete an enrollment registration electronically.
At the time of enrollment, you will need to provide us with the following documents. You can either upload these as part of the online registration process or bring them to the JIA Offices where we can make a photocopy for our records.
Other Required Documentation for Enrollment
- Proof of Residency (photocopy of utility bill, house buy/sell agreement, or rental agreement)
- Photocopy of your Child's Original Birth Certificate*
- Up-to-Date Immunization Record
- Additional Documents if Applicable (Court Orders, Custody Documents, etc.)
*Please Note: The birth certificate must be a certified copy, not the hospital certificate that shows the child's footprints. If you don't have a certified birth certificate, you may order one from the County Clerk's Office in the county where your child was born. You may download ordering instructions for Kent or Ottawa County by clicking the appropriate link below: