Applications for the 2018-2019 school year are now closed. The enrollment lottery took place on March 5, 2018 in the school’s library.

Results of the lottery can be found here.

In March of 2014, the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted unanimously to approve a BFCCPS Charter Amendment request to become a regional charter school thereby opening the school’s enrollment to families in 12 surrounding communities. Siblings of currently enrolled students will continue to have priority enrollment status, thereafter applicants from all 13 communities in the school’s district will have an equal chance at securing a spot for their child through the annual enrollment lottery.

Once a student is accepted, they need not reapply as their spot is protected for as long as they attend the school.  If a child has not been accepted and is on the waiting list then you will need to reapply from year to year as the wait list number is not held from year to year.

Priority in the lottery is given first to siblings of current students, then to residents in the BFCCPS region, then to residents of Massachusetts outside of the BFCCPS region. Our current charter allows for a maximum of 450 students, kindergarten through eighth grade. For additional information provided by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for students with disabilities in public charter schools, please read our official Right to Attend Notice. If you have enrollment related questions, please contact Marketing Director Joanne Basile via e-mail at jbasile@bfccps.org.


If you have any questions or concerns please contact the school’s Marketing Coordinator, Mrs. Joanne Basile at 508-541-3434 x140 or at jbasile@bfccps.org.

You can also find answers to some of our most frequently asked enrollment questions at http://bfccps.org/about/enrollment/enrollmentfaq/

Please find our enrollment policy here: BFCCPS Enrollment Policy Fall 2016.

Right to Attend Documents:

This document explains the educational rights of students with disabilities to attend Massachusetts charter schools and to receive appropriate special education services in those charter schools.  Click to download: Students with Disabilities in Charter SchoolsEstudiantes con discapacidades en escuelas subvencionadas

This document explains the rights of children who are English language learners to attend and receive language support and other services in Massachusetts public charter schools. As defined in state law, an English language learner is a student who does not speak English, or whose native language is not English, and who is not able to do ordinary classroom work in English. Click to download: English Language Learners in Charter SchoolsEstudiantes de idioma inglés en escuelas subvencionadas

Enrollment Information Sessions:

Information Sessions are typically held in January and February.  We hope you can join us at one of these four events to learn more about BFCCPS.

Sessions held at BFCCPS at 201 Main Street, Franklin will include a building tour at the conclusion of the presentation led by middle school students and BFCCPS Alumni.

Attendance at these events is purely optional and no RSVP is required to attend.

You can watch a video of the January 21, 2017 Information Session  by clicking here.

Frequently Asked Questions:

You will find answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding enrollment on this page.  If you need further assistance, please contact Joanne Basile at jbasile@bfccps.org or at 508-541-3434 x140.