Brownsboro ISD welcomes families new to our district. Your family and, most importantly, your children will find that our campuses and classroom teachers focus on building relationships with students and their families, fostering a positive learning climate, and intently working to create academic success for all students.
For grades K-12, begin the enrollment process by completing the online enrollment account request forms found HERE. You will be prompted to request an account. After doing so, you will receive an email with your assigned login information.
Go to Skyward Family Access (enrollment access) to log in and complete the online enrollment.
(online enrollment: Click HERE.)
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After completing the online forms, finalize enrollment by making a brief visit to your child's campus to verify address and have other important documents copied by school personnel for the child’s cumulative record.
Pre-Kindergarten, Headstart and Kindergarten Enrollment is just like any new student.
WHO Can Enroll
· All students of qualifying age living within the boundaries of Browsnboro ISD are eligible for public education in this school district.
· Students who are 5 years old on Sept. 1 may enroll in kindergarten.
· For pre-kindergarten or Headstart enrollment information, contact campus.
WHERE & HOW to Enroll
The enrollment process begins online and ends with a brief visit to the child's campus. Families are asked to contact their school office to make an appointment to complete the enrollment process. Campus office hours are 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
If you are unsure about which school your child should attend, please contact the administration office.
WHEN to Enroll
Each year, new student enrollment at the campus begins the first Monday in August (unless otherwise indicated by the campus). New students may enroll anytime during the school year. Families are encouraged to begin the enrollment process online.
WHAT to Bring
Parents will be required to provide the following documents when enrolling their children for school:
1. Parent/guardian’s photo identification, such as a driver’s license.
2. Proof of residency within the school attendance zone.
3. Child’s birth certificate or other documents suitable as proof of the child’s identity.
4. Child’s immunization record.
5. Copy of the records from the school most recently attended by your child. If you have the withdrawal form from your child’s previous school, please supply that for enrollment also.
6. Child’s Social Security card.
At the time of registration, the parent, guardian, or other person having lawful control of the student under order of a court must present proof of residency in the District as required by law.
The District may investigate residency as necessary to verify that the parent/guardian currently resides in the District with the present intention to remain (TEC Ch. 25). The parent/guardian will provide two documents from the following groups:
Lease agreement with landlord contact
Closing statement on home
Non-Resident Students must complete and submit an approved transfer request. Contact the campus office for details.
In accordance with law, the District may make reasonable inquiries to determine whether the student is a resident of the District. Based on an individual’s circumstance, the District may grant exceptions to the requirement to produce a document listed above. When required by law, the District will waive the requirement to prove residency in the District boundaries.
Proof of a student’s residency will be waived under the following circumstances:
When the student or the student’s parent or guardian is a participant in the attorney general’s address confidentiality program for victims of family violence, sexual assault, or stalking. The District must accept a substitute post office box address designated by the attorney general if it is presented by a parent or student participating in the program.
When the student is homeless as defined by law. [See FDC.]