Registration & Student Policies
Graduates must request transcripts through the Clark County School District at clarknv.scriborder.com. Your transcript is your official proof of graduation. We do not replace lost or damaged diplomas.
Questions? Please contact Laura Tuggle, LVA Registrar, at 702-799-7800, ext. 4065 or email email@example.com.
We do not accept students mid-year. All students at LVA must complete the Magnet Application and pass an audition. Application season starts in early October for the following school year. Please see the Admissions tab for more information and deadlines.
Once a student has accepted a seat registration information will be sent directly to the parent/student in the spring.
Delete the links, "out of district student" and "in district student". Those documents are out of date.
If you have any questions please contact Laura Tuggle, Registrar at 702-799-7800, ext. 4065.
LVA Magnet Contract
Students, Guardians and Parents are required to abide by Enrollment, Academic, Attendance and Behavior Standards. These standards are described in detail in the LVA Magnet Contract. Please print, sign and return the Contract during the first week of each new school year. Questions may be directed to the student's counselor.
AUP - Acceptable Use Policy
The use of electronic resources shall be consistent with the purpose, mission, and goals of the Clark County School District and used for professional or educational purposes. The purpose in providing these services is to facilitate access to information and resources, promote educational excellence, and enhance communication between schools and the community.
This Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) is provided so that staff, students, and members of the community using the District’s computer network resources are aware of their responsibilities. The use of these network resources is a privilege, not a right.
Activity Eligibility Policy
It is the school's primary responsibility to assure that students are successful in core academic classes so that they have the basis of knowledge necessary for successful completion of Nevada graduation requirements. At all times, academic eligibility is the responsibility of the student and parent.
All student travel and auditioned performances will be governed by the following guidelines at the Las Vegas Academy:
1. Every nine (9) weeks, Administration will provide teachers a list of all ineligible students. Students will be deemed ineligible for all travel and/or auditioned performances if the student earned any marks that are F’s or U’s in any class.
2. Students will remain ineligible for travel or to perform in auditioned performances for the next nine (9) week period; there is no probationary or grace period.
3. It is the responsibility of teachers to ensure that students participating in events are eligible. Events include travel or auditioned shows. Eligibility for travel will be determined at the start of the nine (9) week period in which the travel occurs. Eligibility for auditioned performances will be determined at the start of the nine (9) week period in which casting occurs.
Teachers are responsible to inform parents of student eligibility status and participation ability. For all trips that are student self-funded, the sponsoring teachers will include an acknowledgement statement in their travel information parent letter for both students and parents to sign that their travel fees may not refundable if the student is ineligible. Questions should be directed to the student's program teacher.