Your child’s path to university starts here!

Voices is recognized for beating the odds for historically underserved children. We offer a rigorous dual immersion language program focused on preparing every single one of our students to succeed at 4 year universities and in their life paths. Our results speak for themselves. Built on our core values of Si Se Puede Attitude, Scholarship, Activism and In Lak’ Ech, Voices’ students are receiving the highest quality education available. Thank you for your interest!

Please contact Marie Moore at enroll@voicescharterschool.com or 408-605-2138 to confirm we received your application.

Filling out an application does not guarantee enrollment in the school. If more applications are received than there are spaces, a lottery will be held. Any students not selected will be placed on the waiting list.


Voices has no admission requirements.
Voices does not charge tuition.
Voices is non-sectarian.
Voices does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship, disability, national or ethnic origin in administration of its admission policies or education programs.

Eligibility for Kindergarten:
A child who will reach age 5 on or before September 1st (Education Code 48000)

Eligibility for Transitional Kindergarten:
A child who will reach age 5 between Sept 2-Dec 2. (Morgan Hill, Mount Pleasant, and West Contra Costa only)


January 1 –
March 2, 2018

Open Enrollment

January 19 and
February 20,


School Tours: Call to Register
Voices Flagship 408-361-1960
Voices Morgan Hill 408-791-1700
Voices Mt. Pleasant 408-571-6404

March 7, 2018

First Random, Public Lottery (if necessary)
Voices Franklin McKinley: 715 Hellyer Ave., SJ, 12:30pm
Voices Morgan Hill: 610 Jarvis Dr., MH, 2:30pm
Voices Mount Pleasant: 14271 Story Rd., 9:30am
Voices West Contra Costa: Location: TBD, 12:30pm

March 12-
March 16, 2018

Students accepted through the lottery or placed on the waitlist will be notified

April 4, 2018

Second Random, Public Lottery (if necessary)
Voices Franklin McKinley: 10:00am
Voices Morgan Hill: 8:30am
Voices Mount Pleasant: 11:30am
Voices West Contra Costa: 2:30pm

April 5, 2018

Mandatory parent information and enrollment meeting for those families who received a space in the lottery

May 5, 2018

All enrollment documents are due
Once enrollment packet is submitted, your space is secured

June 12, 2018

Final Random, Public Lottery (if necessary)
Voices Franklin McKinley: 8:30am
Voices Morgan Hill: 10:00am
Voices Mount Pleasant: 12:00pm
Voices West Contra Costa: 9:30am

Q: How many grades does each school have?

A: Voices-Mount Pleasant and Voices-Morgan Hill opened in September of 2015 with grades TK (transitional kindergarten), Kinder and 1st. Both schools will grow by one grade each year to eventually be a TK (transitional kindergarten)-8th grade school. In 2018-19 both schools will be TK (transitional kindergarten)-4nd grade. Voices-Flagship has grades K-8.
Voices West Contra Costa will open in September 2018 with grades TK-2nd and add one grade each year.

Q: What are the school hours?

A: Voices schedule is from 8:00- 4:00 for all students, all grades. This will ensure that student learning is extended through acceleration and enrichment opportunities.

Q: What percentage of each day is taught and learned in Spanish?







1st Grade



2nd Grade



3rd-8th Grade



Q: Will there be childcare after school hours or afterschool programs available?

A: Voices-Flagship has an afterschool program for all grades from 4-7pm. Space is limited and not guaranteed.

When funds and programs become available Voices-Mount Pleasant and Voices-Morgan Hill will add an afterschool program. Check with school site for more information.

Q: Is there sibling preference?

A: Yes. Once you have a student at Voices, that student’s siblings have a guaranteed seat in the school if a space is available. In the meantime they are moved to the top of the waiting list.

Q: Is there tuition?

A: No. Voices is a tuition free public charter school.

Q: Are parents required to do volunteer hours?

A: No. At Voices, we strongly believe that parent involvement is key to student’s success.

However, no parent involvement plan shall require mandatory services from parents, and under no circumstances shall any student suffer any adverse consequences based upon a parent’s level of service or contribution to the school. There are many opportunities for parents to be involved at Voices, including: Parent Leadership Groups, Tutoring, Homework volunteer, Parenting classes, Parent information workshops, Advisory Representative and Parent Committees. We encourage and welcome parent engagement and leadership.

Q: How big are the classes?

A: Typical class size is 28 students with a teacher and associate teacher in classes.

For more information, see our Approach