Applying To Greiner:
To become a part of Greiner’s academy, you will need to submit an application.
Online applications to magnet schools will be available from November 2021 through January 31, 2022. Students may select up to two magnet schools and up to five total schools.
Students must meet GPA and test score eligibility in order to be qualified to apply to a magnet program. Students applying to a magnet program must meet the following eligibility:
- Minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) in core subjects (Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies)
- Minimum Measurement of Academic Progress (MAP) or other norm-referenced test score minimum
75% Grade point average in core subjects (Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies)
STANDARDIZED TEST ELIGIBILITY
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, all State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®) administrations scheduled for April, May, and June 2020 were canceled. In lieu of using STAAR scores as eligibility criteria for Magnet admission, Measurement of Academic Progress (MAP) assessments will be used as replacements for magnet eligibility.
40th Percentile on Fall 2019 ACP Reading AND Math OR Local 40th Percentile on upcoming 2020 Beginning-of-Year MAP Reading AND Math
Applicants who meet the minimum GPA and test score requirements are eligible to move forward to the on-campus assessment process. Greiner’s assessment is an audition. The audition will be scheduled online once eligibility has been met and all other required documents have been submitted online.
- Copy of student’s most recent report card (for all students applying to grades 2nd - 12th)
- Dallas ISD MAP Scores or any Norm-referenced test scores (for all students applying to grades 2nd - 12th)
- Any existing IEP and/or 504 plan accommodation, if applicable
- Proof of residency (only current electric, gas, water bill or lease/mortgage will be accepted) If you are living with another family, or cannot provide either of the above listed items the following may be provided:
- A signed letter stating family is living with another family and
- Student Residency Questionnaire and Utility bill (gas, electric, water) belonging to the person you are living with dated within the past 60 days (Proof of address will also be required at the time of acceptance, enrollment, and throughout the school year)
*If the situation is temporary, once you have moved, you must provide proof of residency for the new home.
The number of seats available for each magnet program will be identified before the application process begins. Seats will be awarded based on the following formula:
- 30% of the seats are awarded districtwide by rank-ordering of applicants based on overall criteria score without consideration of feeder pattern or sibling status
- 70% of the seats are awarded within the comprehensive high school feeder patterns (adjusted proportionally for student population) by rank-ordering of applicants based on overall criteria score.