How to Enroll

Important Announcements

Enrollment for the 2021–2022 school year is still open! Follow the steps below to apply today.

Students entering high school may not be older than 21 by September 1st of the enrolling year.

Steps to Enroll

Enrolling your student is important—but it shouldn't be difficult. We've designed our enrollment process to provide you with the tools, resources, and guidance you'll need, any time you need it. To ensure a seamless experience, we recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox as your web browser when completing the following steps.

If you need assistance in another language, please call 855.710.0910.

1. Create an Account

The Parent Portal provides on-demand access to our online Application and Admissions Process, real-time alerts to help you stay on track, and quick links to important info.

Create an Account

Set up a user account to start the enrollment process.

Already Have an Account?

Log in and resume your enrollment process.

2. Receive Preliminary Approval Within 24 Hours

3. Complete the Admissions Process

To remain enrolled, you'll need to submit up to four required documents within three weeks of your approval date.

  • Birth Certificate—Birth certificates are required for students entering public school for the first time. We will accept birth certificates or other legal proof of birth date.
  • Home Language Survey—This survey can be found in the parent portal once you log in.
  • Immunization Records
  • Proof of Residence

These and other requested documents will be accessible in your parent portal account.

4. Complete Any Next Steps

All prospective families will participate in a pre-approval telephone conference with a member of your dedicated enrollment consultant team. You may also have additional pre-approval actions depending on your student's individual situation. If this applies to you, you will be notified and instructed on how to complete them.

For school enrollment, a parent or guardian shall provide one of the following:

1. Current, up-to-date immunization records; or

2. A completed and signed exemption form.


Total Capacity: 2000 students


·       ISOK Board Policy 3000: Application/ Enrollment/ Lottery

·       ISOK Board Policy 3110: Admissions

·       ISOK Student Handbook: Admissions and Entrance Requirements

·       Oklahoma SDE: Student Transfers

·       OSSBA Legislative Information: SB 783 & Open Transfer FAQ

·       SB 783: Student Transfers in Schools

Graduation day may be far from your mind as you think about enrolling. Take a minute to imagine that milestone and help us celebrate K12-powered 2020 graduates at their virtual graduation.

Thanks for your interest in Insight School of Oklahoma! We look forward to you and your family joining our school community soon.

Questions? Call toll free: 877.637.2614

Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of Insight School of Oklahoma that no person be denied admission to the school or be denied participation in, be denied benefits of, or be discriminated against in any curricular, extracurricular, student services, recreational or other program or activities, shall not be abridged or impaired on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, religion, ancestry, income level, disability, aptitude, academic or athletic performance, or proficiency in the English language. This policy also prohibits discrimination as defined by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (sex), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (race and national origin) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (handicap). Address all inquiries or complaints regarding this policy to the Title IX Coordinator: Megan Moser,, (405) 259-9478 ext. 3010; 1117 S Douglas Blvd Suite E, Midwest City, OK 73130. All Title IX complaints will be monitored by the Title IX Coordinator regardless of to whom the original report was made.