• Brookline Residency Verification

    What is Residency?

    You must be a resident of Brookline in order to attend the Public Schools of Brookline. Before a student is registered to the Public Schools of Brookline and can start school, his/her parent or legal guardian must provide proofs of primary residence at the Office of Student Affairs.  Temporary residence in the Town of Brookline for the sole purpose of attending the Public Schools of Brookline will not be considered residency.  Because residency can, and does, change for students and their families during the course of the academic year, and a student’s educational life, the Public Schools of Brookline may continue to verify residency after the commencement of classes.
    Please review our FAQs for additional information about Residency requirements. To verify your continued Brookline residency, please complete the form below, or by clicking here.