New Student Enrollment Information

  • Registration Information

    Students new to the District may register online or at the campus they are zoned to attend during normal office hours. Hours vary by campus and can be found on our contact us page.

    Lunch times vary by campus, please contact your campus directly to ensure someone is available to assist you. For school attendance zones, click here.

    Parents, please bring with you:

    • Birth Certificate
    • Social Security Card
    • Proof of Residency
    • Proof of Current Immunizations

    Immunization Requirements

    Please visit the Health department for information.

    Pre-kindergarten

    The District offers free pre-kindergarten classes for eligible students. A child is eligible for enrollment if he/she is at least four years of age and is unable to speak or comprehend English, is educationally disadvantaged based on income, parent is an active duty military, or the was killed or injured while on active duty or injured while on active duty, or is or has ever been in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services, or considered homeless as defined by federal law.

    Kindergarten

    A student is able to attend our full-day kindergarten program if they are five years of age or older on or before September 1 of the school year.

    Entering First Grade

    A child may be enrolled in the first grade if he/she is at least six years of age at the beginning of the current school year or has been enrolled in the first grade, or completed kindergarten, in the public school of another state prior to transferring to the District. An underage student may enroll in first grade if he/she passes Kindergarten Acceleration testing. To be eligible for kindergarten acceleration in Wylie ISD, a child must be enrolled in Wylie ISD. For more information please contact the counselor at the elementary school your child will be attending.

    Elementary Credit by Exam Testing

    The purpose of the Credit by Examination for Advancement Program is to allow students to advance in grade level. State law requires school districts to provide this opportunity to students. For more information, parents should contact the counselor at the elementary school their child attends.

    Special Programs

    For more information regarding these special programs, please visit the Curriculum department on the website.