International Students Admissions
Students entering grades 1 – 8 as well as pre-K and kindergarten
Elementary/Primary and Middle school students should report to their assigned campus for registration. In order to determine which school your child will attend, see “Which School Do I Attend?”
Academic records will be reviewed for possible high school credits for students who enter grades
7 and 8.
Students entering grades 9-12
Registration for students whose last school was outside of the United States (including American International schools, Puerto Rico and the West Indies) is a three-step process as noted below.
- The parent/guardian and student must begin the process at the school of attendance which is determined by the student’s address. All documents as noted in the “All Students” section should be presented to the high school Registrar. Upon verification of the documents presented, the Registrar’s Office will place a contact the Transcript Evaluation Office to secure an appointment time for the enrolling student.
- The enrolling student and the parent/guardian will meet with the Coordinator of High School at the Transcript Evaluation Office (located in Suite 308 at the Instructional Support Center-North). If applicable, initial language testing will be administered. During this appointment, all foreign/international academic documents will be reviewed to determine the student’s level of language support (if applicable), classification status, and course credits to be awarded.
The student and parent/guardian return to the school of attendance to complete the registration process in the Registrar and Counseling Offices.