K - 12

NEW PLANS FOR 2022-2023:

  1. We are expecting to have 2 sections in grades 1 to 4

  2. New Special Education Teacher.

  3. New Elementary Islamic Education Teacher.

  4. New Youth Counselor.

  5. New Financial Officer.

  6. New Basketball/Volleyball Field.

  7. Upgrading all playgrounds.

  8. School Fence and Security





Enrollment Fee $200

NC Opportunity Scholarship $6,168

Charlotte's Children Scholarship Fund 25%-75% of Tuition

For annual out-of-pocket, contact Admissions Office

Part-Time Enrollment

Dual Enrollment at CPCC

Discounts & Other Optional Fees

(listed in the Tuition & Fees section below) 

Not Ready to Enroll, but You Are Interested in Intellicor?

Kindly, complete the following INTENTION FORM!

Did You Decide to Enroll Your Child(ren)?

  1. Complete the Enrollment Form on the Intellicor Online Enrollment portal. 

    1. Upload the following forms:

      1. Parents IDs: If applicable, submit also a copy of Custodial/Guardianship Documentation(s)

      2. Student's Birth Certificate

      3. Immunization Record

      4. Health Assessment Form (to be signed by the child's doctor)

    2. Sign the following forms:
      1. Family Master Consent Form


      2. New Student Enrollment Addendum Form

      3. Student's Records Request Form​​

      4. Immunization Waiver (if you are not providing the Immunization Record)

  2. Enrollment in Optional Programs and Services:

    1. Intellicor Quran Hifz Program Enrollment

    2. Intellicor School Bus Enrollment

    3. Intellicor Lunch Program

  3. Pay the Enrollment Fee at the time of registration

  4. Schedule for Admission Assessment upon registration.  The Admission Assessment will include:

    1. IQ Assessment of Fluid Intelligence: It is a nonverbal measure of intellectual abilities for culturally and linguistically diverse groups. Among many, it measures Fluid Intelligence, which is the capacity to think logically and solve problems in novel situations, independent of acquired knowledge. Fluid Intelligence involves the ability to identify patterns and relationships that underpin novel problems and to extrapolate these findings using logic.

    2. Academic Achievement Assessment: It is an academic skills assessment that measures reading skills, math skills, spelling, and comprehension. The measure serves as an excellent initial academic achievement evaluation, re-evaluation, or progress measure for any student.

    3. Behavioral & Emotional Screening:

    4. Children's Temperament/Personality Assessment: It helps to identify students' learning style(s). 

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Tuition & Fees:

Charges for 2022-2023:

  1. Enrollment Fee = $200 per Child (Non-Refundable). It is not an additional fee, rather an advance payment of tuition. This fee covers:

    1. Record-Keeping Fee

    2. Assessment Fee

  2. Tuition for General Education Program (GEP)

    1. Recipients of the NC Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) are awarded $6,168 per child, per year.

    2. Parents of OSP pay out-of-pocket $532 per child, per year.

    3. Recipients of Charlotte's Children Scholarship Fund (CSF) are awarded 25%-75% of School Tuition.

    4. Tuition is inclusive of the following:

      1. Textbooks Rental & eBooks Fee: (This does not include the WorkBooks that are consumable). At the end of the year, students should return all Textbooks. If damaged, parents pay for the books, depending on the extent of the damage:

        • 35% of the price if damaged but usable,

        • 65% of the price if very damaged but usable,

        • 100% of the price if completely damaged and not usable.

      2. Technology Fee

      3. EOG/EOC Fee

      4. Labs Fee

      5. Library Fee

      6. Arts Fee

      7. Campus Development Fee​

  3. Workbooks and Reading/Worksheets Packets: $75 - $100 may be added later.

  4. Part-Time / Dual Enrollment Students: Fees $300 + Tuition $1,000 per course, up to 4 courses. (more than 4 courses will be charged full tuition).

  5. Optional Fees:

    1. The Remedial Intervention Program:

    2. Special Education Program:

    3. Transportation:

    4. Daily Lunch: $85 monthly

    5. Late Payment Fee: $5 (To avoid this charge, please pay on or before the first day of each month).

    6. Processing Fee: (To avoid this charge, please pay by check or cash. We are charged 3.5%-4% for the online processing of payments.)

      1. Credit/Debit Payment: 3.5% of Payment Amount

      2. ​ACH Payment from Bank Account: $4 per transaction.

    7. Events and Field Trips Fees vary per event.


Discounts / Deductions :

  1. ​​​Sibling Discounts:

  2. Tuition Proration:

    1. Parents will not pay tuition for the weeks that their children were not enrolled in the school.  Therefore, prorated tuition will be deducted at a rate of -$125 per week.  

    2. Prorated Tuition = Annual Tuition – ($125 x number of weeks prior to enrollment).

  3. Reimbursement for Withdrawal: Tuition until the end of the month, during which withdrawal takes place is non-refundable. All paid tuition for later months are refundable.



If your child qualifies to receive a state scholarship, your out-of-pocket payments will be less than the current year.

For 2021-2022, your out-of-pocket was annually between $1,300 and $1,600 per child.

For the next year, 2022-2023, your out-of-pocket annual dues will be reduced to $532 per child. That is, about $53 per month, per child.

The families who do NOT qualify to receive state scholarships will benefit from increased sibling discounts for 2022-2023. 

First: Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP)
Available to residents in North Carolina only.
OSP Award = $6,168 per child per year.
How to Apply? Should you need help, stop by the school or email the admissions officer to Admissions@intellicoracademy.org 
This is an income-based tuition assistance program for eligible students.

Scholarships are awarded by lottery. 
An interactive checklist containing important deadlines is available for download as a pdf file.








Step 1: Review the program requirements 

All Required:
• Household must meet the Household Income Eligibility Guidelines (students in foster care are automatically eligible regardless of the household income of their foster family)
• At least 5 years old by August 31 or at least 4 by April 16 with  private school administrator approval for kindergarten
• Lives in NC
• Has not graduated high school
• Has not enrolled in a post-secondary institution full-time*  
One Required:
• Received and used Opportunity Scholarship funds in the previous year
• Attended an NC public school or Department of Defense school in NC as a full-time student**  
• Entering kindergarten, 1st grade, or 2nd grade
• In foster care, or adopted within the last year
• Has a parent on full-time active military duty or a parent who received an honorable discharge within the last year 

Step 2: Check your income eligibility 

The OSP has increased the amount of Income Eligibility so more families qualify for the scholarship. So, please check it out. For example, a family of 4 will qualify if making annually between $51,338 and $89,8425; and a family of 5 will qualify if making annually between $60,070 and $105,123.


Step 3: Set up a MyPortal Account

Step 4: Apply on MyPortal

Application Date opened on February 1, 2022


Available to residents in Mecklenburg County only.
CSF-Charlotte Award = between 75% to 25% of tuition, depending on each family’s income and household size.
For more details: https://scholarshipfund.org/apply/
Should you need help, stop by the school or email the admissions officer to Admissions@intellicoracademy.org 


Third: Intellicor Sponsorships: 

  • This fund is collected from donations (Zakat and Sadaqa). If you are eligible to receive Zakat and Sadaqa, you may apply for this assistance, by completing a sponsorship application and attaching your most recent tax transcript. If you are not eligible to receive Zakat and Sadaqa, please, do not apply! 

  • Available to those who do not qualify for the NC State Opportunity Scholarship and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Children's Scholarship Fund due to higher family income. A letter of denial should be submitted.

  • Household Income is at 10% above the NC State Scholarships Household Income Eligibility Guidelines.

  • Submit a copy of the current Household Income Tax.


Applying for a scholarship does not guarantee admission to Intellicor.
To secure your child's spot at Intellicor, you must also complete the school’s

1- re-enrollment of current students
2- new enrollment, if you are enrolling another child at Intellicor 

Intellicor Enrollment shall be open 2/14/2022.

Should you need help, stop by the school or email the admissions officer to Admissions@intellicoracademy.org


KG 1 & Transitional Kindergarten

  1. Admission to KG 1 class requires that the child's age by August 31 is 4 years old.

  2. Younger than 4 years old should be enrolled in the PreSchool / ChildCare.

  3. Younger than 4 years old could be enrolled in KG 1 class, if

    1. Availability of seats.​

    2. The child passes the teacher's academic placement test(s).

    3. A formal, final decision to enroll in KG 1 will be made by the school's principal.

  4. Transitional KG students are those who become 5 years old on or before April 15th, following the beginning of the academic school year.

  5. CMS criteria for Transitional KG are benchmarked at Intellicor International Academy.  

  6. Transitional KG students will be placed in the KG1 or KG2 classes.

  7. Transitional KG children will not be automatically promoted to 1st grade unless they are ready for the 1st Grade curriculum.

  8. Decisions to promote a Transitional KG student to 1st Grade will be made by KG Teacher, 1st Grade Teacher, K-5 Coordinator, and School Principal.


Admission Decisions (Assessments, Criteria & Categories): 

The final admission decision to admit a student at Intellicor is based on:

1.     Intellicor's Admission Assessments:

1.     Nonverbal IQ: One or more of the following:

1.     Fluid Reasoning (MA)

2.     Learning and Short-Tern Memory (CD)

3.     Reasoning (OA)

4.     Immediate Memory (RC)

5.     Working Memory (SSp)

6.     Perceptual Organization (PA)

2.     Academic Achievement Assessments (English and Math): It includes the following areas:

1.     Word Reading (WR)

2.     Sentence Comprehension (SC)

3.     Spelling (Sp)

4.     Math Computation (MC)

2.     Previous School Records:

1.     EOG

2.     Previous School Report Cards / Transcripts


Based on the Percentile Ranks and Grade Equivalent Scores of the above assessments, a student is placed in one of the following admission categories:

1.     General Education Program: (GEP) (NO need for Remedial Intervention)

1.     IQ Percentile Rank is at least 9.

2.     Academic Achievement Percentile Rank is at least 9 in all administered subtests.

3.     Academic Achievement Grade Equivalent Score is not more than 1 grade level below one's respective grade level.

2.     Remedial Intervention Program: (RIP) (within the General Education Class)

1.     IQ Percentile Rank is between 5-8.

2.     Academic Achievement Percentile Rank is between 5-8 in any administered subtests.

3.     Academic Achievement Grade Equivalent Score is not more than 2-grade levels below one's respective grade level.

4.     The added cost to the tuition is at the rate of $50 monthly per subject.

3.     Special Education Program: (SEP)

1.     IQ Percentile Rank is less than 5.

2.     Academic Achievement Percentile Rank is less than 5 in any administered subtests.

3.     Academic Achievement Grade Equivalent Score is not more than 2-grade levels below one's respective grade level.

4.     The added cost to the tuition is at the rate of $800 monthly (If your child is not a recipient of DGrants’, please check for in-house support). Parents' out-of-pocket costs for SEP will not exceed $100 per month. 

4.     Admission Rejection:

1.     Enrollment and Assessment Fees (a total of $200) are NOT refundable.

2.     Tuition, if paid, is refundable.


Grades Retention, Promotion, Double Promotion Criteria:

  1. The Criteria for Promotion to Next Grade Level:

    1. The minimum NC EOG Achievement Level is 3, in ELA and Math.​

    2. The minimum Report Card overall grading by the teacher is 60%.

    3. The minimum Report Card overall annual score in English or Math is not lower than 60%.

  2. The Criteria for Double Promotion:

    1. The NC EOG Achievement Level is 5 in both ELA and Math.​​​

    2. The minimum NC EOG Achievement Level is 4, in Science (When applicable).

    3. The minimum Report Card grading by the teacher is 90% (in ELA and Math) and 80% (in Science and Social Studies).

    4. Teachers' Ratings of Student's Conducts & Ethics.

  3. The Criteria for Retention:

    1. The NC EOG Achievement Level is 'Not Proficient' in either ELA or Math.​​

    2. The Report Card's overall grading by the teacher is less than 60%.

    3. The minimum Report Card overall annual score in English or Math is lower than 60%.