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Enrollment Info

Welcome to the NVMI Enrollment Information page!

To begin the NEW ENROLLMENT process for
the 2021-2022  2nd semester and 2022-2023 school year
follow the instructions and link below.

 Enrollment Procedure:

1.  Complete and SUBMIT the online pre-enrollment form.

Now enrolling for:

 2021-2022: 2nd semester & 2022-2023 school year.

NVMI Pre-Enrollment Information

Then go to step 2. 

NOTE: Though you must have an email address to submit the Pre-Enrollment Form, DO NOT LET THE LACK OF AN EMAIL ADDRESS BE A DETERRENT to enrollment.  NMVI will gladly help you obtain a free email address and complete the enrollment process without any difficulty. Please contact the NVMI Main Office at 818-368-1557 or visit the NVMI Main Office on the Sun Valley HS Campus, 12105 Allegheny Street (Enter through the back gate on Allegheny and follow signs to the NVMI office.

 2.      Schedule an Interview 

  • Each applicant and a parent are required to participate in an interview with NVMI’s Enrollment Officer, Mr. Ken Deitch.
  • The purpose of this interview is for you to learn about NVMI and make sure NVMI is the right place for you and your child. 
  • NVMI is committed to serve ANY AND ALL students who want to take advantage of the academic program, military structure, leadership development, citizenship promotion, and athletics activities we offer.  But we also know that a military school is not the right place for every child. The interview is NOT for NVMI to decide if a family/child are a good fit; rather the interview is an important chance for the family to see NVMI and make sure the family decides NVMI is a potentially good fit.
  • Interviews are by Appointment only. 

 3.      Attend Entrance Camp Orientation 

4.      Successfully complete Entrance Camp. Entrance Camp is conducted before and after school and on Saturdays.

To schedule a tour, interview and orientation, please call the Main Office at 818-368-1557 ext 0 or contact Kay or Ken Deitch at 747-400-7391.


1.      Submitting the documents listed below indicates your intention to enroll at NVMI and attend Entrance Camp.

2.      NVMI is committed to supporting your student’s successful completion of Entrance Camp and ongoing academic achievement.  These documents provide important information for our staff to prepare all appropriate supports to assist your student’s transition to our unique program. 

3.      Documents may be submitted at any time prior to the Entrance Camp Orientation.  However, we recommend that you submit them immediately following your interview or decision to enroll. Note that none of these documents it required prior to a decision to enroll. 

  •    Current Immunization Records (copy) students entering grades 7-12 must show proof of the pertussis booster vaccine (Tdap) before attending any public school
  •    Birth Certificate (copy)
  •    Un-Official Transcript – required for students entering grades 10-12 so that we can properly place your child in academic classes.
  •    Report Cards (from the previous school year end of the year)
  •    IEP/504 (special education) – Most current complete with any current changes – REQUIRED if applicable.  PLEASE NOTE: NVMI serves a very large special education population and we are very happy to do so.  We know that the military structure of the school appeals to many families of special needs students, and we happily serve those students, but we need accurate information about your child's special education needs so we can be sure our program effectively meets those needs.
  •   Signed AUTHORIZATION FOR REQUEST FOR RECORDS (to be completed at interview)

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