Register A Returning Student for 2024-2025 - COMING APRIL 2024
CURRENT STUDENT REGISTRATION WILL OPEN APRIL 2024
REGISTER A CURRENT STUDENT FOR 2024-2024
All current District 7 students register for their next grade level each spring. An email containing this process will be sent to the primary parent/guardian when registration opens. You can access the registration system through your smartphone or any other device.
Every returning student must submit proof of current residency to their school each year. If you have not moved since registering last year, only one current utility bill is required. If you have moved, two proofs of residency are required and must include ONE of the following: A recent tax document for primary residence, current signed rental/lease agreement with legally notarized documentation from landlord verifying current address, AND ONE current utility bill (i.e. electric, gas, water, cable).
As part of the enrollment process for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year, District 7 is requiring all schools to have on file proof of residency for all students. Proof of residency provides verification that students attend the school based on where they reside, in accordance with Federal, State, and District guidelines.
D7 schools will host district-wide Document Drop-Off Weeks
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to answer all the questions? Questions marked with a red asterisk (*) are required.
What if I need to correct a mistake? To edit, click the underlined field or click “<Prev” to return to a previous page.
I’ve completed the form, now what? When you finish entering information, click “Submit.” This will send the information you’ve entered to the school. If you cannot click on this button, you will need to make sure that you have answered all the required questions.
If I have more than one student in the district, do I need to do this for each child? Yes, because you’ll need to provide information that is specific for each child. We recommend that you submit one registration before starting another.
I don’t understand a question/I am having technical difficulties. Please contact your child's school for help.