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YES Prep Public Schools is a public charter school system in Houston, TX that helps graduates earn college degrees at four times the rate of their peers. YES Prep is open and tuition-free to all children with no special requirements for admittance, serving grades pre-K - 3rd and 6th - 12th.
Although YES Prep does not have any admission exams or interviews to admit students, we use a random, automated lottery for schools when there are more students interested in attending than available classroom space.
YES Prep Northbrook Middle School and YES Prep Northbrook High School, our schools in partnership with Spring Branch Independent School District, run a separate lottery. To apply online for YES Prep Northbrook campuses, click the button below.
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23 Schools in the greater Houston area.
PK - 3rd & 6 - 12
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- How does the YES Prep lottery work?
- When does the YES Prep lottery season begin and when does it end?
- When will the YES Prep lottery be run?
- How and when will I find out the YES Prep lottery results?
- Will I receive notification even if my child didn’t get in?
- Does it help my chances if I apply multiple times to the same school?
- Does it cost money to attend YES Prep?
- Does YES Prep provide transportation for students?
- What YES Prep campus should I list on my application as secondary choices?
- My student already attends YES Prep. Do I have to reapply each year?
- I have a child already attending YES Prep and I want to enroll their sibling. As a parent, do I have to submit an application for the sibling of my current YES Prep student?