MAS INTEGRATED SCHOOL does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of our employment policies, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
We encourage parents interested in enrolling their son or daughter at MASIS to come to the school for a tour. Admission to the school requires the process described below.
Parents submit an application for each child.
MASIS requests student records and a school recommendation.
Prospective student testing is schedule.
Applicants will be considered for admission when all required documents are completed and provided to the School Director.
The School Director determines admission, based on a the student's record and space availability,and notifies parents of the decision.
Siblings of current MASIS students will have priority when enrolling.
Contact the school at 787-826-8822 or and inform what grade you are interested in enrolling your child in.
Be prepared to provide the following:
Health Record Form certified by a Physician- Download
Official Transcript and most recent Report Card
Letter of Good Standing from Previous School
Letter of Recommendation from Previous School
Vaccination Form (PVAC-3): All immunization requirements should be updated. -Affidavit for Religious Reasons
Two photos 2 x 2
Birth Certificate - Original
First Aid Waiver- download
Parents ID with Photo
Drug Screening test ( 9th grade - 12th grade)
Follow up with the school for any fees and further process.
We shall process your admission and update you with our final decision within 60 days of receiving payment and all documentation.
Reasonable Accommodations Policy
The School has limited facilities for students with special needs but, we do all that is reasonable to comply with its legal and moral responsibilities in order to accommodate the needs of students who have disabilities for which, with reasonable adjustments, the school can cater to adequately.
MAS Integrated School MASIS does provide, through the School Director and Guidance Counselor’s Office; academic, behavioral, and emotional support to students who require to reach their potential. MASIS recognizes the importance of including students, parents and guardians, classroom teachers, and administrators in a collaborative process for the delivery of special services to students with learning differences.
MASIS Integrated School MASIS does not offer a full continuum of special education programs. Admission and permanence in the school is contingent upon a match between the student’s and the family’s needs and the level of services available. For that reason, the admission and permanence in the school of any special needs student is determined on a case-by-case basis using multiple sources of information such as school records, evaluations and interviews with students, parents and teachers.
It is very important that parents of students who have received special services or who believe they may need support contact the Administrative Office as soon as possible and request a reasonable accommodation application . Specific information relating to a child in need of special services will be considered by the administrators and special services personnel who make determinations about admissions and reasonable accommodations.
The complete Policy is available at the Administrative Offices.