Application Process

BelovED Student Enrollment

Registration for this school year 2022-23 is still open.  You can apply to be on the wait list in grades K-10.  We do have open spaces now in grades 11 and 12.  Please click on the link below to apply. The link will bring you to our on-line registration system – PowerSchool.  You will need to create an account in order to apply.  It is a simple process requiring an email address, a password (that you create) and two security questions.

We are a FREE PUBLIC SCHOOL that provides equal access to ALL students on a space available basis. We do not discriminate in our admission policies or practices on the basis of intellectual or athletic ability, measures of achievement or aptitude, special needs, proficiency in the English language, or any other basis that would be illegal if used by a school district.

For the school year that began in September 2022, we enrolled 120 new students in Kindergarten and several students in Grades 1-12.


To apply to enroll your child:




State law requires that when a charter public school receives more applications than it has open seats, it must conduct a lottery. Our current Initial Application Deadline is January 15, 2022. If we receive more applications by this date than there are seats available at a grade level, we will hold a lottery on January 19, 2022 at 5:30 pm at the school (508 Grand Street, Jersey City) that will result in some applicants being accepted and others being added to a wait list. Applicants after January 15, 2022, will be added to the wait list in the order they apply. The parents/guardians of accepted scholars will be asked to complete additional forms and submit various documents, among them: 1) a birth certificate for the prospective student, and 2) a proof of the student's home address.

Acceptable proofs of home address include utility bills, letters from any government entity, bank statements, mortgage statements, leases, car insurance, and car registration documents in the name of the child's parent or guardian. These residency proofs must be current and the address on the proofs must be visible and match the child's address. Driver's licenses, cell phone bills, junk mail and personal mail are NOT, per state regulation, acceptable proofs.