Enrolling Your Student

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To enroll a K-12 student in their zoned school(s) based upon your current address, please proceed to Step 1 outlined below.

Step 1 - Determine your school zones based upon your address.

Step 2 - Determine what type of enrollment applies to your student.

Are you an existing family already enrolled in a Seminole County Public School? If so, print and fill out the form below after withdrawing your student from their current school. Once you have done so, please bring this form along with the required documentation to your new school.

If you are enrolling a student for the very first time into a Seminole County Public School, please continue to step 3 below.

Step 3 - Download the Registration Requirements.

Step 4 - Gather the documentation listed in the Registration Requirements

If you are enrolling your student in one of the 20 schools listed below, gather the required documentation in the Student Registration Requirements above. If you are a new family or do not have a Skyward Family Access account, click here. If you are an existing Seminole County Public School family and already have a Family Access account, please click here. For step-by-step instructions and FAQs, visit the Online Enrollment Pilot page.

Online Enrollment Pilot Elementary Schools: Altamonte, Bear Lake, Carillon,Casselberry, Eastbrook, English Estates, Forest City, Geneva, Lake Mary, Lake Orienta, Layer, Longwood, Partin, Red Bug, Sabal Point, Stenstrom, Sterling Park, Wekiva, Winter Springs, and Woodlands Elementary.

To enroll a student at any other SCPS location, gather the required documentation (listed in the Student Registration Requirements), complete the Student Entry Form listed below and proceed to step 4.

Step 5 - Proceed to the front office of your zone/assigned school to finalize registration/enrollment.

  • Registration/enrollment occurs in the schools, not at the Educational Support Center.

Questions?

Please contact the appropriate department depending upon the grade level of your child.