Students are eligible to attend school in the district in which they or their parents reside. A student who is at least five years of age and under 21 years of age on the first day of September of any school year and who lives within the district's boundaries may enroll. Children who are four years old on or before September 1 may enroll in the pre-kindergarten program provided they meet eligibility requirements. The district requires proof of residency.
Appropriate identification documents must be provided at the time of enrollment, including immunization records and a document such as a birth certificate that shows the student's identity, legal name and age. A copy of the student's records from the school the student most recently attended, if the student was previously enrolled in another Texas school or in another state, is required.
Before a student can be officially admitted to the district, appropriate registration forms must be completed and signed by the student's parent, court-appointed managing conservator or legal guardian. Students who are emancipated, married, or at least 18 years of age and living alone may complete the forms themselves.
To register, you will need:
- Birth Certificate (original)
- Social Security Card (if available)
- Immunization Record
- Two proofs of residency (current lease or mortgage, current utility bill like gas, water, electric, driver's license, voter registration, bank statement, insurance statement