Interested in becoming an RPA student?
Isn’t it great to know that you have a choice to learn in an environment that fits you and your unique learning style and talents best? We invite you to learn more about college prep, flexibility, acceptance, and proficiency – the pillars of all learning at RPA, a public charter school located near Bend in Redmond, OR.
Is this for me?
If you’re considering RPA public charter school in Redmond, we encourage you to ask yourself the following questions. If the answers are “Yes!” you may be a great fit for RPA and its flexible scheduling, accepting culture, and college prep focus. Everything at RPA is designed to support academically minded students as they develop the skills to succeed both now and in the future.
If the following statements are true, you may be a good fit for RPA:
- I’ve been bored in my classes.
- I’m self-motivated.
- I enjoy setting my own schedule and being responsible for following through.
- I don’t like being overlooked.
- I love to discuss ideas.
- I ask questions.
- I like it when people are kind to each other.
- I want more from my education.
Applying to RPA is easy. Just follow the steps below:
Learn About RPA
This is an important step. RPA public charter school is different than other high schools in Bend and Redmond and, as a result, is a different experience with different expectations. Not all students are ready for RPA’s student-led learning environment, and it is best to determine this before applying. So, study our website; talk with current students, staff, and parents; attend “Experience RPA!” Preview Night in February or call and schedule a tour of our campus(es).
If RPA is the right fit for you, complete an application online. Click on the “Apply Now” tab at the top of the home page and fill out the application. We accept applications for student transfer all year long, so apply today!
After being accepted at RPA, you will receive a prompt to set up a meeting to complete the necessary registration forms. Once your paperwork for student transfer is completed, RPA will contact your current school to withdraw your student and request any student records. In other words – we’ve got you covered.