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We are so excited that you are considering One School of the Arts!
We are happy to announce that we are still accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year.

2019 - 2020 enrollment opens:

  • Returning Families: December 2018

  • New Families:  January 2019

The opportunity to meet new families and welcome them as we embark on an incredible journey together is rewarding. It will be an honor to serve you in any way that we can. Below, please see the steps to enrollment and your child becoming a One School of the Arts scholar. 

Current Families 


Returning and newly accepted families can complete the enrollment process by following the link below. If you have trouble retrieving log in information, you can reset your password within the portal by clicking "forgot password." If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Debbie Cason at

First Time Applicants

Tuition, Aid & Affordability

One School of the Arts is one of the best educational values in Central Florida  with unique offerings in a 21st Century learning environment. Please click below to view the current tuition rates. 

If applying for Financial Aid for K-12th grade scholars, complete the online FACTS Tuition Assistance Application immediately after you submit a scholar application by  Note: International Scholars do not qualify for Tuition Assistance.


Online Application

For new scholars to be considered, start the online application and pay the non-refundable Application Fee.  You will see a resourceful checklist to guide you in this process once you create your online application.  Click below to begin the process. 

After the Application


Testing (If Applicable)

Scholars who have not submitted previous standardized test scores are required to take an entrance test. Testing takes place on our campus and is administered by appointment. Please call our front office to schedule at 407.774.0168


Attend a Q&A Meeting

Before your application interview is scheduled, you will need to attend a Question/Answer meeting with our Head of School, Mrs. Kristen Campbell. 

Q&A Meetings will be held on Tuesdays from 6:00pm-7:00pm; the dates are posted below. Reservations are required.  Please rsvp to  We look forward to getting to know you more!


Family Interview

After your application and testing has been completed and you've attended a Q&A meeting,  we will contact you to schedule your family interview. At least one parent (preferably both) must be present with their scholar at the interview. The interview will include:

• Reviewing the completed Scholar Application
• Reviewing standardized test results and report cards
• A synopsis of the school policies and procedures, including academic and spiritual standards. (A copy of the scholar handbook will be given at the interview.) 
• MS/HS--Explanation of course offerings and course registration process. 



As a school that believes in divine destiny, we take each application very seriously and pray over and thoroughly review each application in order to determine acceptance to the school. Upon acceptance, you will be guided through the final enrollment process using a personalized SchoolAdmin account. There is a two-week period to submit the non-refundable deposit fee to secure your child’s enrollment at OSOTA.  

Following acceptance, the scholar’s name is placed on the grade list continent upon all required enrollment fees paid and current forms  on file.

Please contact the Admissions Office if we can be of further assistance to you 407.774.0168

  • Debbie Cason, Director of Admissions:,
  • Megan Huckabee, Assistant:

Nondiscriminatory Policy
One School of the Arts has a racially nondiscriminatory policy, which means that the school admits scholars of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to scholars at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, and national and ethnic origin in our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 


Enrollment Standards & Considerations



In compliance with the State of Florida educational standards, every Kindergarten scholar must be age five by September 1st in order to attend our Kindergarten program. NO exceptions will be made. For admission, a child must be ready developmentally by September 1 of the current school year. New scholars applying for admission to Kindergarten may be required to take a Development Assessment Test, which is administered by the specially trained teachers at OSOTA. A nominal charge will be assessed for this test; however, upon enrollment this expense is applied to the registration fee. OSOTA retains the right to refuse admission to any scholar who does not exhibit the emotional or physical readiness necessary to successfully accomplish academic tasks.


In compliance with the State of Florida educational standards, every first grade scholar must be age six by September 1st and have successfully completed Kindergarten.


Previously enrolled scholars who re-apply will receive priority enrollment. According to the working policy of the OSOTA School Board, no scholar may be enrolled unless his previous account is paid in full or unless satisfactory arrangements have been made with the Administration. 


New scholars will be considered for application on an individual basis as they apply during the year. A letter of recommendation and previous report card are required when submitting your application. Transcripts for scholars transferring from another school will be requested. Parents must sign a request form to be sent to the previous school. A placement test will be administered to each new applicant, however we look at the whole child when determining acceptance. Placement considerations will be based on the results of testing, as well as records shown from the previous school. At OSOTA, we make sure that each scholar is the right fit before awarding acceptance to the school. Ultimately, we strive to do what is in the best interest of each scholar and family.

SpecialNeeds Scholars

OSOTA is not equipped to meet the special needs of some scholars. They may be denied admission if their needs cannot be met.     


It is a policy of the Florida League of Christian Schools (FLOCS) and also a Florida State Law that Kindergarten and new scholars must present a current physical examination and proof of immunizations before entering school. A new proof of immunization is required prior to entering the 7th grade due to new state requirements.


Facts Account


Once you have a FACTS plan set up, you may contact FACTS directly at 866-441-4637 or view your agreement online through your Consumer Portal Account.

To Access the Consumer Portal: follow the instructions located on the FACTS confirmation, notification or email.

FACTS customer service available:
Mon. - Thurs. 8:30am-8:30pm
Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

Already Registered?
Set Up your Payment Plan through FACTS

Click here to Create Your Facts Account Online

1. It should only take 5 minutes to enroll. Be sure to have the following information ready:

  • The name, street address and email address of the person responsible for making the payments.
  • Account information for the person responsible for payment: bank name, telephone number, account number, and the back routing number.

2. Select 'search for my institution' and enter in Longwood, FL 32779 and One School of the Arts will appear. Follow the prompts to setup your family account. Note: If you have applied for financial aid you have already registered and just need to log in and select your payment plan.

3. To protect your privacy, you will be asked to create your own unique FACTS Access Code, user ID, password and security question.

4. Select Payment Plan for 18-19.

5. Notification confirming your online enrollment in a FACTS payment plan will be sent to you after the school enters the tuition amount due for the year, financial aid awarded and activates your agreement.

Peace of Mind Insurance: FACTS offers this optional benefit for only $14 per year per family. In the event of death of the Responsible Party or Spouse, the remaining tuition balance owed for the current school year is paid to the school. 

Consumer Account: Please note that you may check your personal account or payments online from the convenience of your home or office anytime. 




Scholarships are awarded to our scholars and can range in value from 5-80% of full tuition costs.  We utilize a
third-party financial aid company to determine the award amount based on each family’s household size and income.

Financial aid applications must be uploaded to through our online application system. 
1. Click here to apply and complete the online application.
2. Be sure to designate our school name and our annual tuition.
3. When completed, print the application and fax or email it along with a copy of the required documentation.
4. There is a one-time processing fee charged by FACTS.
5. We should receive your aid report within 5 business days after your fax/email has been received.
6. Our Director of Admissions will contact families as the financial aid is awarded.
Please note, financial aid is awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis with priority going to families who are part
of the One Church community.  We are blessed to have many One Church business people who help support our scholarship fund.  Please apply early.  We do not award full scholarships.  All families at One School of the Arts pay some amount of tuition. 



Step Up For Students provides legislatively authorized K-12 scholarships and related support to give economically disadvantaged families the freedom to choose the best learning options for their children. Click here to learn how the Income-based scholarship works. 

  • New families, click here to sign up for the interest list.

  • Renewal families, click here to apply now for the 2018-2019 school year. 

  • Please note: Children who are in foster care or out-of-home care may apply year-round. Please click here to learn more.


International Program


Thank you for considering One School of the Arts as an option for your international  scholar’s education.  We appreciate your interest in our school and look forward to answering your questions.  


One School of the Arts is situated on a beautiful 11-acre campus tucked away amid green picturesque oaks in Longwood, a city in Seminole County, Florida, United States, approximately 40-45 minutes from Orlando and Disney attractions. We are close to the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, FullSail University and more.

About Us

We are a private Christian school which educates scholars from many backgrounds and cultures, and our school represents a diverse demographic of families.  Our educational philosophy to is educate the whole child in mind, body, spirit and soul through four pillars of the arts: visual, performing, communicative, and culinary.


We provide 21st Century Learning experiences for scholars so classroom instruction becomes innovative, collaborative, and creative. Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Oracy are the focus, as well as equipping scholars to become remarkable citizens with a strong character, who will impact their society, and become leaders in their culture. 

International Program

Our International Program is SEVIS approved and offers a comprehensive college-preparatory curriculum designed to prepare all scholars, including international, for admission into American Colleges and Universities.  Our school is fully accredited and we offer host family placement for your scholar if needed.



Click on the links below for important information.

Winter Schooling Program 2018

  • Country: South Korea
  • Duration: January 4th  -  February 22 
  • Age Range: 2nd  to 7th grade

What is the Winter Schooling Program?

This program is created for international students to experience the American schooling system, in the most hands-on way possible.  One School partners with EDUUS, a Korean educational agency. International exchange students attend classes, participate in activities and do the work that is required of them during this time. Students also get to experience family life, after school and weekend culture, and American family values.