Admissions process

Welcome to Sora

Thank you for your interest in applying to Sora. Our unique virtual high school seeks to enroll motivated, intellectually curious, and open-minded students who are eager to explore the world.

Sora accepts applications throughout the year using a rolling admissions process.

When can I apply to Sora?

Sora follows a rolling admissions process, which means that your student can apply and, if accepted, enroll at Sora at any point during the year. New students join Sora at the beginning of each month and can be enrolled immediately or at a later date.

Admissions criteria

If you’re looking for a high school that:

Then Sora will be a perfect fit for your student!

Admissions Deadlines

For families looking to enroll at Sora immediately, below are the upcoming deadlines for submitting your student’s application:

July 2021 Enrollment: Sunday, June 13

September 2021 Enrollment: Sunday, August 15

For families looking at enrolling at a later start date, please contact our admissions office to learn more.

Hear From Parents at Sora

0:32 – Being Bored in School

1:46 – When We First Heard About Sora

3:00 – Her Wonderful, Social Experience at Sora

4:45 – Loving the “Classes”

0:20 – My Son’s Struggle in Traditional School

2:17 – My Son Realizing his Potential at Sora

3:12 – Preparing Him For College

4:02 – Having a Voice at the School

Admissions process

Fill out the student application, which will include a parent questionnaire, a student questionnaire, a 90 second personal statement video, and a request for your student’s academic records.

If you move forward in the admissions process, we will reach out to schedule a student interview

Await your enrollment decision

We are happy to work with you every step of the way to make this a positive and comfortable experience for your family. Please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions Office at (470) 517-3619 or with any questions.

Sora is fully accredited for grades 9 through 12 by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).