General and Enrollment FAQs
What grades are offered by Insight School of Kansas?
Insight School of Kansas currently offers grades 7–12 for students aged 18 and younger. A complete adult program for students wishing to complete requirements for their high school diploma is offered to students aged 19 and older. Learn more about the Adult Program by clicking here.
Is Insight School of Kansas really tuition free?
Yes. Because we are a public school, we operate under the same state guidelines as traditional public schools. This means we receive the same funding as a traditional school, and no tuition is required.
Does the program provide textbooks and other instructional materials?
Yes. All instructional materials, including a loaner computer system, are provided to students to ensure they're successful in the program.
How many students will get into the school?
Insight School of Kansas is a public school and there is not a cap on the number of students who may be enrolled.
What if my child is behind on credits or failing classes?
Insight School of Kansas specializes in addressing the needs of struggling students. Our credit recovery and remediation programs help students get back on track. We develop an individualized plan to ensure every student has a roadmap to success that's specific to them.
What are the location and age restrictions?
Students must be residents of the state of Kansas and must be 18 years of age or younger to enroll in Insight School of Kansas. Students who are 19 years of age or older are eligible to enroll in the Adult School program to complete requirements for their high school diploma.
I've been expelled. Will I get into Insight School of Kansas?
Insight School of Kansas does not enroll students currently expelled from another district.
What are the Immunization Requirements for 2019-2020 School Year?
Immunization Requirements for 2019-2020 School Year
Each year, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment issues its updated immunization requirements for any child attending school. Immunizations are used to protect children from highly infectious diseases. The requirements for the 2019-20 school year are made based on the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations.
In certain cases, exemptions to vaccination are allowed. These include:
- Chickenpox: If your child has had the disease, please provide written documentation of the date from your physician.
- Religious Exemptions: Please provide a written statement with signature and date if you are a member of a religious denomination whose teachings are opposed to such immunizations.
- Medical Exemptions: Please provide a yearly written statement from your physician indicating the immunizations your child cannot receive.
- Exemption Form
The complete ACIP recommendations can be found at: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/ACIP-list.htm. If you would like more information about immunization requirements, you also are welcome to contactthe school office at 913.592.4600.