Central Registration

Enrollment Policies:

The District provides free education to District residents between the ages of five through 21 who do not possess a diploma.

A student is considered a resident of the District if he/she resides with a parent, a grandparent with either power of attorney or caretaker authorization affidavit or a person or government agency with legal custody whose place of residence is within the boundaries of the District.

The Board permits any student from any other district in the state to apply and enroll in the District schools free of any tuition obligation, provided that all procedures as outlined in the administrative regulations are met. The Interdistrict Open Enrollment period is April 1 - May 31. Approval is determined by principals and the superintendent and may be based upon current enrollment numbers for grade levels affected, prior attendance and discipline records. Please refer to the Open Enrollment Guidelines for additional information.

The District immediately enrolls homeless students and foster students and assists in obtaining the necessary enrollment documents.

Each child who is five years of age on or before August 1 shall be eligible to enroll in kindergarten.  Each child who is six years of age on or before August 1 and who has successfully completed kindergarten shall be eligible to enroll in the first grade.


You must have the following documents at the time of enrollment and all documents must be received before your child may attend:

  • Legal parent/guardian photo ID (Driver's License, State ID card or Passport)

  • Certified Birth Certificate of student (copies will not be accepted)

  • Student's social security card

  • Proof of residency (see details below)

  • Immunization Records

  • Custody Documents, if applicable (Entire document identifying the residential parent, including court date stamp, signature of judge/magistrate)

  • A copy of the student's previous report card, if available

  • Special Education: Current IEP/MFE or 504 plan for your child, if applicable

Proof of Residency must include ONE FROM EACH COLUMN

Signed Lease or Mortgage

Homeowners Insurance Policy

Current property record (available on County Auditor's website)

Residency Affidavit - must be signed and notarized - homeowner must provide documents from both columns; parent must provide document from second column


Current Utility bill showing residential address and date (gas, electric, sewer/water)

Medical statement

Auto Insurance statement

State/Government Agency documents (Medicare, Military, USPS, Government Assistance, etc.)


We will not accept a bank statement, employment records, or credit card statements to establish residency!

Please complete Final Forms before scheduling an enrollment appointment. If you need assistance with this process, please contact me (information below).

To make an appointment to register a student please click the link below.

Central Registration Appointment Calendar

Please bring all required enrollment documents to the Administration Office located at

8245 Tallmadge Road, Ravenna, OH 44266