Course Registration

2022-23 Falls Church Academy Registration Process 

Interested in attending courses at Falls Church Academy? Follow the steps below:

  1. Review the Falls Church Academy classes you are considering and read the course descriptions on the Falls Church Academy website.  For more course information from the students and teachers, visit the Falls Church Academy YouTube Channel.

  2. Talk to or email your school counselor to discuss how Falls Church Academy courses can fit in your schedule.  They can help you register for the Academy course of interest.

  3. Contact the Falls Church Academy Counselor, Mr. Emarinn Oundee at [email protected], for more information about the classes offered.

​​​​​​Registration Time Line

  • January 3, 2022:  Academy Registration System Opens - Verification of student registration should be available continually to base school counselors.
  • March 11, 2022:  Last day for on-time registrations - after this date, registrations can be accepted for courses on a space-available basis.
  • March 14, 2022:  Late registration period begins - Academies begin accepting registrations on a space-available basis at this time and priority is given to students who applied before March 11, 2022. 
  • March 25, 2022:  Academy initial enrollment decisions - Students enrollment status (enrolled, waitlisted, denied) is sent to feeder schools and will be available for counselors to view in the registration system/portal.  Updates will be available as new registrations are received.
  • May 23, 2022:  All students interested in receiving dual enrolled credits for Exploring the Language of Medicine or EMT must have completed the registration and application process through NOVA and have parental consent by this deadline in order to be enrolled in the DE course. The DE process requires students to complete the NOVA application and the DE registration by this deadline. (FC Academy Dual Enrollment classes are Exploring Health and EMT)

Academy Decision Process

  • Grade level (juniors are given priority in 2-year programs, seniors are given priority in 1-year programs), future career goals, interest, and related activities may be used as tools to select students in oversubscribed courses.