Enrollment & Registration
New Student Online Enrollment is now available for the upcoming 2016-17 school term. Get started >>
Enrollment for your student(s) takes place at the campus of assignment. Your campus of assignment is determined by the parent’s or legal guardian’s permanent place of residency.
If you need assistance in determining which campus your child is zoned to attend, you may call the Department of Transportation (817) 299-6060 or use the Web Query System to find your school.
|To enroll your child, you will need the following documents:|
- Parent/Legal Guardian’s Government Issued Photo Identification
- Proof of Residency in the form of a current (within last 30 days) electric, gas, water bill or lease agreement. (No other documents will be accepted).
Proof of Residence Letter (Español)
- Student’s Social Security Card
- Student’s Shot Record (must show child's name)
- Student’s Certified Birth Certificate (Order a certified birth certificate at Texas.gov [Español])
- If applicable, Withdrawal Papers and Records from last school attended.
If you are unable to provide sufficient proof of residency because you are currently living with someone who is the actual MISD resident and there is no electric, gas, water bill or lease agreement in your name, the MISD resident will need to complete an Affidavit for Proof of Residency (Español) stating that you live in his/her home. This form is available at the link above, your campus and at the Department of Student Services. Submit the completed affidavit with all other enrollment documents at the campus of assignment. Upon approval at the campus level, you will be allowed to proceed with the enrollment process.
Families who are in the process of building a home and who are not in possession of the home by the first day of school must take their sales contract and a letter on letterhead stationary from their builder specifying a move-in/completion date to Student Services. For the student to be eligible to enroll in MISD, the home must be completed and the family must reside in the home by the 45th day of school. These items will need to be presented to the Director of Campus Support for verification. Upon approval at the district level, you will be allowed to proceed with the enrollment process at the campus.
Within 30 days of closing date for a newly built or purchased home, satisfactory proof of residence in the form of water, gas or electric bill addressed to the student’s parent at the new address must be provided to the campus. Students will be withdrawn if proof of residence is not provided within 30 days of the closing date listed on the sales contract/letter from builder. For further assistance contact the Department of Student Services or an administrator at your campus of assignment.
Families wishing to opt out of New Student Online Enrollment may print out the following forms and take them to their designated campus along with the required documents.