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Admissions Explained

In Zone


Wolfe Street Academy is a conversion charter school.  This means that we have a dual method of admissions grades Kindergarten through 5th.  If you live in our enrollment zone, your child has a seat at Wolfe Street Academy at any point, just come in or call to confirm that your address is "in-zone" and schedule a registration appointment.  

Our Zone

Admisiones Explicadas

En Zona


Wolfe Street Academy es una escuela autónoma de conversión. Esto significa que tenemos un método dual de admisión para los grados de jardín de infantes a quinto. Si vive en nuestra zona de inscripción, su hijo tiene un asiento en Wolfe Street Academy en cualquier momento, solo ingrese o llame para confirmar que su dirección está "en la zona" y programar una cita de inscripción.

Nuestra Zona

Out of Zone


If your address is not in-zone you can enter your child in the annual enrollment lottery.  Through the lottery process, we fill empty seats that were not filled by in-zone students. Click on the links below for the current application and more information about school enrollment.  After the lottery has been completed we will continue to add potential student names to our wait-list.

Fuera de Zona


Si su dirección no está en la zona, puede ingresar a su hijo en la lotería de inscripción anual. A través del proceso de lotería, llenamos los asientos vacíos que no fueron ocupados por estudiantes de la zona. Haga clic en los enlaces a continuación para obtener la solicitud actual y obtener más información sobre la inscripción escolar. Una vez que se haya completado la lotería, continuaremos agregando nombres de estudiantes potenciales a nuestra lista de espera.


Wolfe Street Academy is committed to identifying and addressing the needs of each student. To this end and in response to recent legislation from the Maryland General Assembly (Senate Bill 734, Ready to Read Act), Wolfe Street Academy will be using the MAP Reading Fluency with Dyslexia Screener as a literacy screener on all Kindergarten students to determine students’ foundational reading skills and to predict risk of future difficulties so that appropriate early intervention can take place. In addition, Wolfe will screen any student in grades 1-3 who show some level of risk on their MAP Growth assessment, as well as those who are new and not previously screened. The screening occurs three times during the year: the beginning of the year (BOY); the middle of the year (MOY); and the end of the year (EOY). Parents will be notified by the school of their students’ results and any additional intervention support that is recommended.

Want to learn more? Download the Ready to Read Act (Senate Bill 734) or view COMAR 13A.13.08 on MSDE’s Website by clicking here.

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