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 dcason@oneschool.net

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 hello@oneschool.net.  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:  dcason@oneschool.net,
  • Megan Huckabee, Assistant: mhuckabee@oneschool.net

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.