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2020-21 school year enrollment is open

Enroll now for 2020-21 school year

New student? Find your neighborhood school by using the district’s school locator and enroll online using the link below. Some important information to have on hand: your child's proof of age and identity, proof of residence and immunization records. You will have the opportunity to upload these documents during the enrollment process.

Registering for kindergarten? Kindergarten enrollment for 2020-21 for children new to Mesa Public Schools is now open. Your child must be 5 years old by Aug. 31. Learn more about early learner options.

Is your child a current KinderU student going to kindergarten in 2020-21? You do not need to complete online enrollment. Your child is already enrolled at your neighborhood school. Parents of children currently attending Mesa Public Schools will participate in Mesa Online Re-Enrollment (MORE) in July. Please check with the school's office for additional information.

Interested in attending a school or program outside your neighborhood boundaries? Apply for open enrollment by downloading and completing the form, then bringing it to the school you wish to attend. Open enrollment is subject to space and availability.

Returning student? If your child currently attends Mesa Public Schools, watch for Mesa Online Re-Enrollment (MORE) materials to arrive in your mailbox each summer. MORE is accessed through the district’s Parent Portal. If you don’t have a Portal account, please call your child’s school office for an activation key.

If your child previously attended a district school, but did not attend one in the 2018-19 school year, please use the returning parent button.

Please select from the following choices to enroll your child:

Rhodes Junior High students collaborating in class
High school students