2014-2015 New Student Priority Registration Begins March 10
New Student Priority Registration for entering Transitional Kindergarten - 8th grade students will take place at all San Mateo and Foster City schools Monday, March 10 - Friday, March 28, 2014. Priority registration is used to determine school and grade level capacity and is not a guarantee of enrollment.
- Students are eligible to enter Kindergarten if they have reached 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2014.
- Students are eligible to enter Transitional Kindergarten (TK) if they turn 5 years of age on or between September 2 - December 2, 2014.
Parents should contact their school of assignment for more specific registration details. To find your school of assignment, use the School Finder or contact the District Office at (650) 312-7700.
2014-2015 New Student Registration
Welcome to the San Mateo-Foster City School District (SMFCSD). Please take a moment to review our 2014-2015 SMFCSD Welcome Handbook for an overview of our District, important information on new student registration and highlights of our outstanding magnet school programs.
All students in the District are assigned to a school based on their home address, however, actual enrollment is based on space availability at the school site. Parents may use the School Finder Lookup Tool to determine their school of assignment or contact the District Office at (650) 312-7700. The School Finder Lookup Tool provides a preliminary school assignment based on the address provided. Actual enrollment is based on space availability at the school site.
To register your child in the San Mateo-Foster City School District:
1) Review the 2014-2015 SMFCSD Welcome Handbook
2) Complete the online pre-registration process
Students that are NEW to the District in the 2014-2015 school year will pre-register online. If you have a child that currently attends an elementary school in our District, you should not use this system. Current 5th grade students will complete their 6th grade registration at a different time.
All students in the District are assigned to a school based on their home address, however, actual enrollment is based on space availability at the school site. You will be pre-registering your student for the school assigned to your home address. Online pre-registration is not a guarantee of enrollment - you are still required to go to your school with all required forms and original documents to complete the registration in person during the New Student Priority Registration period beginning March 10, 2014.
Intradistrict Transfer Notice: If you receive an approved intradistrict transfer before priority registration begins, you will complete your pre-registration online based on your home address but register at your new, approved transfer school during priority registration. In addition to your registration documents, please bring your letter of acceptance for verification.
For parents who do not have access to the internet, paper applications will be available at the District Office and school sites. At this time, the online system is only available in English.
3) If you are unable to complete the online pre-registration process, complete paper registration materials
Open the 2014-2015 New Student Registration Packet and complete all required forms. If you do not have access to a computer or if you need forms in Spanish, open the 2014-2015 New Student Registration Packet and complete the pdf fillable forms in (English or Spanish) or pick up a paper packet at your school office.
4) Print out a copy of your registration forms and sign them
5) Go to your school of assignment to register in person during Priority Registration beginning March 10, 2014
You will need to bring all original documents as well as a completed copy of all required registration forms - either your pre-registration confirmation or paper registration forms.