New students who live within SPS attendance boundaries will need to complete the SPS student registration forms and submit them to their neighborhood school.
For more information, please call your school office or the Administration Building at 354.5900.
Please visit your neighborhood school to register.
If your child is identified as a potential English Language Learner, you will need to register the student at the Family Registration and Orientation Center (F.R.O.C.) at 1807 N. Washington, C-101. Please call Debbie Battista at (509) 354-6263 to make an appointment.
Not sure which school your child will attend? Check our school locator.
New student registration for elementary and middle schoolers who want to attend their neighborhood school continues through the summer at the administration building, 200 N. Bernard.
Staff can assist with the registration process from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Please note that registrations cannot be accepted until all immunizations are complete.
High school registrations are accepted at neighborhood schools throughout the summer. Please call high schools for summer hours.
Parents and guardians are urged to contact their school office after August 16 to verify enrollment and to obtain specific school information. For further assistance, please contact 354-5900.
If your child’s first language or the language spoken at home is not English, please contact Debbie Battista at 354-6263 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment to register for school.
The registration form provides important information that allows SPS to:
The 2018-19 school year begins Thursday, Aug. 30, for grades 1-12. Kindergarteners start Wednesday, Sept. 5, to allow kindergarten teachers and parents time for Family Connections conferences.
Yes! SPS offers full-day kindergarten at all its elementary schools. Find out more about SPS kindergarten here.
Watch the video below to learn what you need to do when registering your child, what a 504 review is and how to get one, what happens in an emergency, allergies in the lunchroom, allergies in the classroom, and more. You can also visit this page for more information.
Students registering with Spokane Public Schools who indicate that their first learned language is not English are given a placement exam to determine eligibility for the English Language Development (ELD) program. This placement test must be given within 10 days of the student's entry into the school district.