Prepare for Enrollment

 
We're glad you have decided to enroll in Tennessee Connections Academy! Before you get started, take a look below at the enrollment process.
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Tennessee Connections Academy Johnson

2021–22 School Year

First semester enrollment is open

The cap for grades K-8 is 1,500 and the cap has not been met

The cap for grades 9–12 is 1,500 and the cap has not been met

Once the cap is met students will be placed on a waiting list

Tennessee Connections Academy Robertson

2021–22 School Year

First semester enrollment is open

The cap for grades K-8 is 1,500 and the cap has not been met

The cap for grades 9–12 is 1,500 and the cap has not been met

Once the cap is met students will be placed on a waiting list

Step 1
 

Understand Your Commitment

 
30h
Learning and growing
per week
 
30%
Exploring lessons on a computer
of school day
 
70%
Working independently offline
of school day
Step 2
 

Check Eligibility

You must meet specific state and program requirements to attend Tennessee Connections Academy. Student eligibility requirements are determined by Tennessee state laws. Before enrolling, review the following eligibility requirements carefully to determine whether your student(s) is eligible to participate in Tennessee Connections Academy for grades
K–12*.

*Tennessee Connections Academy consists of both a K–8 school and a 9–12 school. Tennessee Connections Academy Johnson consists of both a K-8 school and a 9-12 school. All schools are approved through the Tennessee Public Virtual Schools Act and the Tennessee Department of Education.

Note: Students who are currently suspended or expelled from their local school or district may not be eligible to enroll.

Step 3
 

Prepare Documents

Please have the following documents available and ready to upload to Connexus.

Proof of Residence

Child’s Proof of Immunization

Prior Academic Records

Other Documents for Special Circumstances

 

While authorized by different school districts, both Tennessee online schools serve students throughout the state and share the same services, teachers, resources, and high-quality curriculum while offering families the flexibility of virtual learning.

Tennessee Connections Academy Johnson

Free statewide online public school authorized under state law by Johnson County Schools.

Enroll Today

Tennessee Connections Academy Robertson

Free statewide online public school authorized under state law by Robertson County Schools.

Enroll Today
We’re Here to Help
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Give Us a Call

If you have any concerns or questions about how to enroll, our enrollment team is here to help.
Please call us at 1-855-468-6221.

Tennessee Connections Academy admits students and conducts all educational programs, activities, and employment practices without discrimination on the basis of sex, race, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or any other legally protected classification.

Online School Enrollment for the 2021–22 School Year

While authorized by different school districts, both Tennessee online schools serve students throughout the state and share the same services, teachers, resources, and high-quality curriculum while offering families the flexibility of virtual learning.

Tennessee Connections Academy Johnson

Free statewide online public school authorized under state law by Johnson County Schools.

Tennessee Connections Academy Johnson has an enrollment cap of 1,500 students for grades K–8, and a cap of 1,500 students for grades 9–12. The cap has not been met.

Students will be enrolled on a first come/first served basis until the cap is reached. Once the cap is met, students who complete all enrollment tasks will be placed on a waiting list and released to enroll based on available space and the date order that enrollment tasks were completed

Tennessee Connections Academy Robertson

Free statewide online public school authorized under state law by Robertson County Schools.

Tennessee Connections Academy has an enrollment cap of 1,500 students for grades K–8, and a cap of 1,500 students for grades 9–12. The cap has not been met.

Students will be enrolled on a first come/first served basis until the cap is reached. Once the cap is met, students who complete all enrollment tasks will be placed on a waiting list and released to enroll based on available space and the date order that enrollment tasks were completed.