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Enrollment Support

Thank you for your interest in Quaker Academies! If you have any questions or need assistance during the enrollment process, please do not hesitate to contact our enrollment staff!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to attend?

There is no cost to attend. Quaker Digital and Quaker Prep are both non-profit, public schools available to any student that resides in the State of Ohio.

QDA is currently accepting new students until Friday, February 3rd.


QPA is currently accepting new students until Friday, February 3rd.

We are only permitted to enroll students that reside in the State of Ohio. Therefore, we must have documentation on file that can verify a student's residency. Please see our Proof of Residency section for additional information. 

We strongly recommend submitting the last available report card or progress report as this will help create a tentative course schedule.

Any student with a completed application will be placed on a wait list and eligible to enroll during the next available enrollment window. All applications are processed on a first come, first served basis. 

Application Process

  1. Complete a student application.
  2. Submit Proof of Residency and additional documents that are requested by our enrollment department.
  3. Our staff will send a record's request to the student's last attended school.
  4. A tentative course schedule will be created after we receive academic records. A schedule will be made if there are issues or delays obtaining records. Unofficial copies of academic records can be provided by the applicant if they choose.
  5. An Instructional Supervisor will be assigned. The ISs will be your point of contact with the school and will schedule a date and time to complete the new student orientation.
  6. Student will complete the new student orientation with their Instructional Supervisor. The student's family is welcome to attend.
  7. Student will be officially enrolled when they meet the requirements for enrollment..
  8. Our staff will submit a notice of enrollment to the student's last attended school.

Enrollment Requirements

State law requires the following to occur before a student can be officially enrolled:

  • Student must attend a new student orientation. If a student attends an orientation before our first day of school our staff will provide an intent of enrollment notice to the student's last attended school.
  • Student must login and begin working on their coursework.

Proof of Residency

Documentation may be submitted through the following methods:

  • Uploaded to the Proof of Residency folder in the Maestro Student Information System Forms Section.
  • Emailed to
  • Brought to one of our offlice locations.
  • For additional methods, please contact the enrollment department.

Documentation must show the company name or logo and the full service address (this address must match the address on the student's applications). The following may be blacked out on the documentation: amounts owed, statement balances, account numbers or other sensitive financial information. However, we can't accept a disconnect notice.

If you do not have one of the following documents or are have a temporarily living arrangement, please contact our enrollment department.

Technology Requirements

Upon enrollment a computer device will be provided. However, we do not provide Internet Service. It is the responsibility of the student/family to obtain reliable Internet Service. We do, however; provide Internet Reimbursement.

Immunization Waiver

A waiver may be completed as allowed under applicable law. To access the waiver form, please click here.

Home Language Survey

The Home Language Survey form can be found here. Please only complete this form if the enrollment department requests it.

FERPA Student Records Release

Pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g and Ohio Revised Code §3319.321, parental consent or consent from the student if he/she is age 18 or older (“eligible student”) is required before personally identifiable information contained within the student’s education records are disclosed, with limited exceptions as stated in 34 CFR 99.31.

To authorize an individual to be granted access to a student's educational records, please complete this form.

Alternative Application Methods

If you are unable to complete an application using our  Maestro Student Information System, please use one of the following alternative applications below or contact us at 1-866-968-7032 and our enrollment staff will be able to assist you over the phone.

Alternative Online Student Application

Step 1: Complete this form.

Step 2: Obtain a copy of Ohio Proof of Residency and submit it to the enrollment department.

Offline Application

Step 1: Print and complete our offline application.
Step 2: Obtain a copy of Proof of Residency.
Step 3: Return the offline application and Proof of Residency.

The offline application can be dropped off or mailed to any of our office locations. The New Philadelphia office has an after hours dropoff box that can be used during New Towne Mall operating hours.

The offline application can also be faxed to 330-364-0680 or emailed to


Visit any of our office locations to complete a student application

If you need additional assistance, please create an application support ticket, or contact our enrollment staff.

Mrs. Carter

Mrs. Carter

East Liverpool Enrollment


Mrs. Gibbs

Mrs. Gibbs

New Philadelphia Enrollment


Mrs. Powley

Mrs. Powley

Steubenville Enrollment


Mrs. Troyer

Mrs. Troyer