Enrollment Information for 2020-2021
Start with your Neighborhood School
Each neighborhood school is unique, but all emphasize strong educational programs that reflect the needs and interests of children and families in their area. The school in each neighborhood is the cornerstone of the community. Neighborhood schools are community learning centers that provide support and continuity for families. It is here that children strengthen ties to their neighborhood, giving them a real connection to the community. The principal at your neighborhood school can share with you what the school's goals and strengths are. You can get to know your neighborhood school by contacting the school directly for a tour and enrollment information. No School Choice application is necessary when planning to attend your neighborhood school. Find out how to enroll your child for the next school year.
Who needs to enroll?
Students who are attending school for the first time
Students new to the district (they have recently moved into the San Diego Unified boundary or they were previously attending a private school, charter school or were home-schooled).
Students who were previously attending a district school, but have moved to a different area of the district.
Who does not need to enroll?
Students currently attending a school in San Diego Unified School District who will be articulating to the next grade level at another school within their neighborhood cluster (feeder pattern) do not need to re-enroll at the new school. Information will be transferred automatically by the school your student is currently attending. These are our students from Dana Middle School.
Parents please email district docs along with required docs (listed below) back to site enrollment staff – Joyce McDonald (email@example.com)
Resident/Choice/VEEP 2020-2021 school year enrollment:
· List of required docs:
Verification of residency (SDG&E statement; Cable Statement, Rental Agreement, Tax/Mortgage Statement)
If applicable: most recent IEP or 504 plan
Most Recent Progress Report/Report Card
ARTICULATION: ELECTIVE PROCESS AND FORMS