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Prospective Families Start Here

EBIA is an innovative public charter school that values diversity and is open to all students in the bay area. We are now accepting applications for grades 6-12 for the 2024-2025 School Year! 


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2023-2024 Information Sheet




EBIA is a rigorous college preparatory public school with a Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) focus that personalizes instruction through use of technology and project based learning. Students will learn to design, build and deliver solutions, create and publicly defend digital portfolios of their work, and learn the social emotional skills required to collaborate and lead in a diverse, rapidly changing world.

2024-25 Enrollment

Applications for the 2024-25 School Year are now open! Open Enrollment Closes February 27th, 2024 at 11:59pm

Public Drawing will take place March 5, 2024, 10 AM at our Lower School Campus (3400 Malcolm Avenue, Oakland CA 94605). Please join us via zoom.

If you would like to view a video tour of our campuses take a look below: 

Virtual Facility Tour:

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  • Sign-up for an in-person Tour: NEW DATES- NOW AVAILABLE! 
  • Click here to sign up for a tour

Please view videos about EBIA here.

If our tour dates do not work for you please email us and we can work to schedule a time that works for you and your family. 

Please contact us at info@eastbayia.org with any questions.

Schoolmint helpdesk info support@schoolmint.com or 855-957-3535

Admission Policy – 2024/25 School Year

The following overview provides a detailed description of EBIA Admission Criteria, Enrollment Preferences, and Admission Lottery and Admission Priority.

RULES OF THE ROAD

Provided space is available, EBIA will admit all students who wish to attend the Charter School. No test or assessment shall be administered to students before acceptance and enrollment.

The Charter School asks that all interested students attend an information session to provide students and families an opportunity to learn more about EBIA’s programs.

Students wishing to attend EBIA must follow the Charter School’s admission procedures with respect to completing applications, and enrollment forms and documents by the announced deadlines.

Admission, except in the case of a public random drawing, shall not be determined by the place of residence of the pupil or his or her parent or legal guardian within the state.

Late applications for admission will result in the loss of opportunity for admission and enrollment preferences. (See EBIA Random Public Drawing details below.) However, late applications will be saved in case the school waiting list is completely exhausted.

Late return of enrollment documentation, following notification of admission, will result in loss of place on the admission priority list as determined by the results of the annual EBIA Random Public Drawing. Students may be placed at the end of the waiting list.

EBIA is not religious in its programs, admission policies, and operations, and does not charge tuition or an application fee, or discriminate against any student based upon any of the characteristics listed in Education Code Section 220.

EBIA complies with all laws establishing minimum and maximum age for public school attendance in charter schools.