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WiloStar Admissions Center

Please fill out the form below after you have spoken with our admissions team. It’s important to talk to us first to make sure WiloStar is going to be a good fit for your child.

Immersive Curriculum for Creative Learners

Students create, learn and interact with WiloStar’s immersive learning virtual worlds.

Admissions Steps

Step 1

Schedule a time to get a call back from our admissions team to go over any questions you may have.

Step 2

Submit a completed admissions form and the nonrefundable $125.00 application fee to the Office of Admissions.

Step 3

Once accepted, request to have your high school/middle school records office mail an official transcript to the Office of Admissions. We prefer a high school transcript that includes a cumulative GPA and class rank. If you are a home school student we require a parental academic narrative or written evaluations for each grade level if available.


Admissions Policy

Revised and updated by schoool administration and advisory board May 6, 2024

The Office of Admissions at the WiloStar3D Interactive Academy welcomes inquiries and applications from students who wish to pursue their educational goals. WiloStar3D Interactive Academy is committed to the policy and practice that all persons have equal opportunity and access to programs without discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion or disability.

Phone the Office of Admissions at (877-723-7765) if you have questions about the application process.

Admission may be invalidated or denied on the basis of false information willfully submitted, or if the disclosure of the facts required in the application process is intentionally concealed or omitted. This includes submitting a false application under a different identity for admissions. As a private school, we also reserve the right to deny admissions if we feel there is not a good fit with our program either academically, socially or due to negative parental interactions during the admissions process. Good parental support and stability is essential to student success in our learning environment. Admissions decisions are ultimately made by the school director in coordination with the advisory board. WiloStar also has enrollment caps for each grade level and once a grade level is filled, students may be placed on a waiting list.

The Office of Admissions provides the following recommendations for students considering enrollment at WiloStar3D Academy:

1) The School recommends that entering freshmen choose courses to meet the WiloStar3D graduation requirements as follows:

  • Four (4) units of English;
  • Three (3) units of mathematics;
  • Six (6) units of electives;
  • Six (6) units of social studies;
  • Four (4) units of Science,
  • Additional courses in foreign language, fine and performing arts and computer literacy.

2) All students seeking admission must complete the WiloStar3D Enrollment Agreement and Application. This includes reading over and agreeing to the Coursework Policy , Student Expectations Policy, and the Code of Conduct. After applying for admission, students will receive a letter of acceptance or denial.

3) Minors who have not had a legal name change will show their birth pronoun on their official academic records and transcripts. The use of a preferred pronoun, avatar gender and screen name during the school day will be considered on a case by case basis in consultation with the parent and therapists.

4) The one-time nonrefundable, $125.00 application fee is due at the time of application for admission (except for returning students).

5) The Office of Admissions receives and processes all applications and required documentation, and issues acceptance notification. Correspondence concerning the admission process and requests for applications should be directed to the Office of Admissions.

5) High school seniors may submit their application for admission, $125.00 application fee, and official transcripts no later than the end of the first semester of their junior year of high school. It is recommended that incoming students apply at least six months in advance of the semester in which you plan to enroll.

6) An official high school transcript documenting the high school rank and final GPA from that high school must be submitted to WiloStar3D prior to the start of the semester for which admission has been granted. Transfer credits are awarded at the discretion of the admissions committee.


Interactive Learning

WiloStar’s online virtual school program is designed to give students a healthy online learning environment where they can interact with their peers and teachers during the school day. Students have live class meetings and online study hall requirements.

Learning Accommodations

WiloStar believes in treating each student as an individual and respecting their unique needs. We are one of the very few virtual schools that make learning accommodations for students! Incoming students are given appropriate placement screening and an ILP is created.

Problem Solvers

WiloStar staff and faculty believes there is no problem that can’t be solved. The key here is communication. If a parent sees something is not working for the student there at home, they let us know and we moblize to find ways to adapt the learning and find solutions that will help the student.

Stellar Support

The WiloStar Student Support team is at the ready to help with extra tutoring, counseling and tech support. For struggling students, we offer several strategies to help get back on track. For techincal issues, we have a skilled and dedicated team ready to help solve your issues.

Learning Stations

Students enrolled in the WiloStar3D Academy learn how to build, design, and code their virtual levels and regions. One strategy WiloStar uses to help students engage in learning is our Learning Pathways.  Learning Pathway builds are embedded in all WiloStar courses and modules. 

Learning Progression

Learning Pathway builds are Embedded in all WiloStar courses and modules. Each student Learning Pathway region has 12 building stations. Teachers assign building projects for each station along the pathway. Students share, present and do peer evaluations for visitors to their stations.