How to Enroll
New Changes for 2024-25
2024-25 Age Requirements
Inter- and Intra-District Permits
If you do not reside within Glendale Unified School District boundaries, or if you live in the district and would like to attend a school other than your school of residence, click here to submit a permit application. The permit application for the 2024-25 school year will open on March 1!
Per GUSD Board Policy, elementary students may be reassigned to another Glendale Unified school due to class size and space availability. For "capped" students, Student Support Services shall maintain a waiting list in priority order for students wanting entry into their school of residence and will notify the student's parent or guardian when an opening occurs during the school year. You will be notified of your student's placement via phone call and/or email. We do everything we can to avoid capping students, but there are times it is necessary due to space limitations.
If you have questions about enrollment, contact your school office or GUSD Student Support Services at (818) 241-3111 ext. 1283.
Required Registration Documents
A. Completed Registration Packet
B. Legal proof of Age
C. Verification of Residency Current bills for any of the following two:
If you are currently living with another party and do not have two of the items listed above, please complete a Parent Living With Another Party (PLWAP) form and provide the required documents. Please know this form must be updated annually.
D. Immunizations. We must receive a copy of your child’s immunization records. Please see the registration packet for required immunizations. Students without complete immunizations will not be enrolled. If your child is in between inoculations, please let us know.
***For kinder and 1st grade students: Health Examination Forms signed by a pediatrician are not mandatory at the time of enrollment but must be turned into the school office by no later than first day of school. Students enrolling in TK and grades 2-6 do not need to submit a Health Examination Form.
***For TK and kinder students: Oral Examination Forms signed by a dentist are not mandatory at the time of enrollment, but must be turned into the school office by no later than first day of school. Students enrolling in grades 1-6 do not need to submit an Oral Examination Form.
E. Picture ID of Parent or Guardian enrolling the student: Driver’s license or passport
F. Transcripts from previous high school or final 8th grade report card for incoming 9th graders
SUBMIT THESE DOCUMENTS ONLY IF IT APPLIES TO YOUR CHILD: