Learn about our enrollment policy & procedures.

Currently, we are closing enrollment for the 21-22 School year, however, we will review our class rosters at the end of the 1st semester to determine if enrollment for the 21-22 school year will reopen.

Open Enrollment is now available for new students for the 2022/2023 academic year. Submit your application between November 1st – February 10th to be eligible for the lottery.  You can complete the application by clicking 22-23 Lottery Application button above.  Families will be notified of the lottery results on Monday, February 14, 2022.

Thank you for your patience and we look forward to having your family join our school community.

Need assistance with enrollment or to schedule an enrollment tour?

Contact our Enrollment Office at (719) 471-1006 or email info@blracademy.org. Check our tour information page for our current campus tour schedule.

Additional Information:

Enrollment Policy

Enrollment is awarded by priority status according to our School Board-approved policy. First priority is given to residents of the Banning Lewis Ranch development. To learn more about priorities, click here:

Open Enrollment Window

Our school holds a lottery for each grade level where there are more applicants than available seats. To be eligible for the lottery, families must apply during the Open Enrollment window. After the lottery, seats are awarded on a first come, first serve basis based on priority status. Information will be posted soon about the 2022-23 Open Enrollment window.

Re-Enrollment Instructions

We utilize SchoolMint each winter to conduct  re-enrollment for the upcoming school year. For instructions about using SchoolMint for re-enrollment, click here:

Banning Lewis Academy welcomes all students and recognizes diversity as a virtue. Banning Lewis Academy prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, ancestry, disability or need for special education services. This enrollment policy is designed to meet the requirements of C.R.S. 22-30.5-104(3), ensuring access to the school for all, from academically low-achieving students to exceptional students, and including students with special needs.