Enrollment Overview

  • The District 203 Centralized Enrollment Office is where new families must enroll their school age children. After enrollment is completed, families will go to their school(s) of attendance to register, select courses (for high school only) and learn more about their new school.
     
    Enrollment occurs when a student enters the school system for the first time. Parents or guardians must provide proof of residency and census information in order to enroll their child. All families must enroll their student at the Centralized Enrollment Office.

    When enrolling a student, the parents/legal guardians will be asked to complete/provide necessary paperwork including proof of residency, enrollment form, needs assessment, language survey, etc. and will need to present legal documents such as an original birth certificate.
     
    Please note that we encourage families who will have a Kindergarten student 2017-18 to enroll their child as soon as possible.

    All forms must be submitted in person to the Centralized Enrollment Office.

    All families who have changed their address since the beginning of the preceding school year must also visit the Centralized Enrollment Office to verify residency at their new address prior to the first day of school on August 17, 2017.

    Centralized Enrollment staff will also be able to assist families whose primary language is Spanish.

Enrollment Contacts