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2014 - 2015 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION INFORMATION

To find out when your neighborhood school will be holding registration, click here. 

To download a Kindergarten registration packet for the 2014-2015 school year, click here.

IN ORDER FOR A CHILD TO BE ELIGIBLE TO ENTER KINDERGARTEN, HE/SHE MUST HAVE REACHED THE AGE OF FIVE (5) YEARS ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 31 OF THE YEAR IN WHICH HE/SHE ENTERS KINDERGARTEN. 

NO EXCEPTIONS SHALL BE MADE.

 

 2013-2014 

     *Elementary Registration Forms 

     *Cori Forms - required of all parent / classroom volunteers 

        * High School Registration

            GR. 9-12 REGISTRATION FORM 2013 - 2014

2013-2014 SCHOOL CALENDAR - Closing Day

 

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Kindergarten - Grade 8

Parents and legal guardians may arrange to register your child(ren) by contacting your district school to make an appointment.

If your child speaks one of the following languages-- Chinese, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Russian or Spanish -- please contact the English Language Learners' office at 617-264-6413.

If your home address is in a buffer zone, the Superintendent will make an assignment for all the members in the family to the school with the lower enrollment at the grade level the child(ren) are entering.  For more information on Buffer Zones, click here.

To be enrolled for kindergarten, students must be five years of age on or before August 31 of the year in which they enter kindergarten. NO EXCEPTIONS SHALL BE MADE.

Kindergarten Registration begins each year during the month of February for the upcoming Fall. Each school schedules two sessions in February when no appointment is necessary. To find out which dates your neighborhood school will holding open registration sessions click here.  If you are unable to visit the school during these dates, please contact the school office to schedule a time to begin the registration process.  

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Do not mail registration forms to schools.  All registrations must be done in person.

In addition to a completed registration packet, the following documents are necessary to register:

*Proof of Residency
-A tax bill or deed is required if you own your home/condo and a current utility bill.
-A lease is required if you are renting, dated within the year along with a copy for the first payment and a current utility bill.
-A notarized letter from the owner if you are residing with them, along with the  owner's tax bill and a current utility bill.

*Original Birth Certificate / Passport may accompany a birth certificate not issued in United States

*Immunization Record (in English)
You will meet with the school nurse or secretary in the clinic. They will determine if your immunizations are up-to-date. A physical examination within the last year is required for admission. The exam must be given in the United States. Call your district school to make an appointment.
For more information about Health Services or to contact your school nurse, click here

Grade 9 - 12

Parents/Guardians may register high school students directly with the Registrar at Brookline High School, 115 Greenough Street, Brookline, Massachusetts. Registration is by appointment only. Please contact the Registrar's Office at 617-713-5006 to arrange for an appointment.

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Do not mail registration forms to schools.  All registrations must be done in person.  

The following documents are necessary to register:

*Proof of Residency
-A tax bill or deed is required if you own your home/condo along with a current utility bill.
-A lease is required if you are renting,dated within the year, along with receipt for first payment and a current utility bill.
-A notarized letter from the owner if you are residing with them, along with the owner's tax bill.

*Original Birth Certificate / Passport may accompany a birth certificate not issued in the United States

*School Records (in English)
Official high school transcript for students registering in grades 10-12. Grade 9 students are required to bring copies of their 7th and 8th grade report cards that shows promotion.  Translated records must be notarized.

*Immunization Record (in English)
You will meet with the school nurse or secretary in the clinic. They will determine if your immunizations are up-to-date. A physical examination within the last year is required for admission. The exam must be given in the United States.
For more information about Health Services or to contact your school nurse, click here