Enrollment

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    Photo of Hillcrest Hallway Decorated with student artwork inspired by Keith Haring
     
     
    Where We're Learning for Life
     
    We're glad you'll be making our beautiful waterside community home. We take great pride in the quality of our schools and the educational opportunities they offer. All of our teachers and staff are dedicated to partnering closely with families to ensure your child has a rewarding and positive learning experience in our schools. 
     
    Moving?
    • If you are moving within the district, your child can stay at his/her current school but you will be responsible for transportation to and from school.  Please notify your resident school of any address change.   
    • If you are moving out of our district but wish to stay at your current school, please follow the procedure for non-resident admission outlined here:  Washington Student Enrollment Options 
    •  If you are moving out of state or country, please withdraw your student from your current school of attendance.
     
    Enrolling Your Child 
     
    To enroll your child, please visit the front office of your neighborhood school during open hours. If you don't know your neighborhood school or have questions, you can use our district Boundary Map, or call the Administrative Service Center at 360.279.5000. Should you wish to enroll your child in a school other than their designated location, it will depend on whether the school has space available. You can find more information on the enrollment process, including forms, in our Registration Packet.
     
     
    2018-19 Registration Packet |Spanish Translation (Matrícula)
     
     To register with the Oak Harbor Public Schools you will need the following items:
    • Proof of address
    • Birth certificate
    • Immunization record
    • Previous school contact information
     
    Transfers
     
    Requests to transfer to another school must be reviewed by your neighborhood school. Please be aware that elementary families are expected to provide transportation if they choose to send their student to a school other than the neighborhood school. Intermediate school, middle school and high school families are expected to provide transportation to the transfer school unless the student can get to a designated bus stop.
     
     
     
     
    Kindergarten-First Grade Enrollment
    Here are a few guidelines that will help you with this exciting transition. A student entering school for the first time must be five years old before September 1 for Kindergarten or six years old before September 1 for first grade. Please visit your neighborhood school to enroll. If you do not know the name of your neighborhood school, view the Boundary Map or call us at 360.279.5000.
     
     
      
     
     
     

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