Achievement School Application Process


Submissions Requirements

Please Contact Rebecca Feiden, for secure submission instructions:

Application Webinar

Wednesday, June 13
2:00pm-3:00pm, PST
Call in by phone:
844-572-5683; ext. 19360#

Overview

What is an Achievement School? An autonomous school authorized by the Nevada State Achievement School District that serves students currently in schools on the State’s Priority list. These may be new schools that serve students from Priority Schools via a lottery system or transformation schools where a school leader or school operator partners with a community to turnaround a current school in the same building with all of its current students.

Are you considering applying to operate an Achievement School with the Nevada ASD?

Addressing the challenges facing Nevada’s educational system will require solutions as unique as our state. We must partner with parents who have consistently had persistently underperforming school options available to their kids and provide opportunities and options for those students as quickly as possible.

The Nevada ASD will incorporate key aspects of the local landscape and parent perspective into its practices while also building on best practices from similar intervention districts such as the Recovery School District in Louisiana and the Achievement School District in Tennessee. The students in these states have experienced strong growth and the previously underperforming schools have made great strides. Their example provides hope for what can be accomplished in Nevada.

We are committed to running a transparent, thorough school authorizing process that will respect applicants and elevate the voices of the communities that they will partner with. We believe that high-quality authorizing will lead to high-quality schools and the best results for kids to be college, career and community ready.

As you complete your application, please feel free to contact us with any questions. You can email us at rfeiden@doe.nv.gov or call us at (702) 668-4337.

Thank you for your interest in serving the kids of Nevada!

  • Office Hours- April 6 through July 27, every Friday 9am-11am PST; use the contact information provided above.

2018 Letter of Intent

2018 Request for Qualifications