• Q. I do not have access to a computer.  How do I complete the registration?

    A. For your convenience, we have computers available at our Enrollment Center, which is located at 7060 Coffman Rd. We will be happy to assist you and can make copies of your documents while you are here. Please note, it can take approximately 30 minutes or more to complete the information for each student that you are enrolling.

    Q. My student was previously enrolled and needs to re-enroll. What do I need to do?

    A. Once a student has been withdrawn, you will need to click on Add New Student in order to begin the enrollment process again. You will need to provide current residency documents as well.

    Q. Can my child(ren) enroll in Dublin City Schools even if I do not live within the district boundaries?

    A. No, Dublin City Schools does not allow open enrollment from other districts.

    Q. I just moved into my new residence and do not have a second proof of residency. Can I enroll my student?

    A. Yes, we understand you may not yet have a utility bill when you first move into the district. Please provide the rental agreement or ALTA Settlement Statement. Once you receive your first utility bill please email it to registration@dublinschools.net and in the subject line put “First Utility Bill”.

    Q. I am currently living with a friend/relative and do not have proof of residency. How do I enroll my student?

    A. If you are living with a friend/relative who owns their residence, complete this form. Please read and complete the form in its entirety and attach all necessary documents. If you have any questions, contact the Enrollment Center at 614-760-6000.

    If you are living with a friend/relative who rents their residence, complete this form. Please read and complete the form in its entirety and attach all necessary documents. If you have any questions, contact the Enrollment Center at 614-760-6000.

    Q. I currently live outside of the district but am in the process of building / buying a home in the district. Can I enroll my child to begin school now?

    A. Yes, you will complete the Application for Families Who Are Currently Living Out of District but Who Will Be Moving into Dublin City School District which can be found here. Please read and complete the form in its entirety and attach all necessary documents. If you have any questions, contact the Enrollment Center at 614-760-6000.

    Q. I currently live outside of the district and have a rental agreement that will begin at a later date. Can I enroll my child to begin school now?

    A. No. Once the term of your lease begins and you are physically living in our district, your child will be
    able to begin school in our district.

    Q. My child currently attends a school in the district, but I would like my child to attend another school outside my attendance area through an intra-district transfer.
     
    A. Our Board policy does not allow intra-district transfers unless there is room (capacity) at another school. Capacity is determined for each school based on factors including current student enrollment, school building size, and provision of allowable space for move-in students within the attendance area. Intra-district transfer requests must be made beginning April 1 and turned in by the first business day in May for the following school year. Requests for buildings that have capacity will be considered, with acceptance or denial delivered in writing on or before June 15. Requests for intra-district transfer for schools without capacity will be denied. 

    Q.  My child currently attends a school in the district (in grades K-8) but we are moving to another attendance area within the District.  Can my child remain at the current school?

    A.  Yes, for the remainder of the semester which the move occurred. We understand that a move during the semester can be difficult for students so they may remain at their current school until the semester ends.  Transportation will be the responsibility of the parent or guardian.  Please complete the Request for Student to Remain in School Where Student Currently Attends which can be found here. Please note that if you move in the first semester, your child will be approved to remain for the first semester only, not the entire year. If you have questions, contact the Enrollment Center at 614-760-6000.

    Q. My child currently attends a school in the district (in grades 9-12) but we are moving to another attendance area within the District. Can my child remain at the current school?

    A. Yes, high school students, regardless of grade level, may remain at their current high school through 12th grade. Transportation shall be the responsibility of the parent or guardian. You will still need to complete the Request for Student to Remain in School Where Student Currently Attends which can be found here. If you have questions, contact the Enrollment Center at 614-760-6000.

    Q. I am the biological father of a child and want to enroll him/her in school but the biological mother and I were never married. What do I need to do?

    A.  In the State of Ohio, when parents were not married at the time of birth, the mother is designated the sole residential parent and legal custodian unless a court order has been issued.  A father must initiate a custody action in the courts to obtain custody to be named school placement parent for purposes of enrollment.  Please contact the Franklin County Clerk of Courts, 373 S. High St. 4th Fl. at 614-525-4411. 

    Q. I recently filed for custody.  What are my next steps for enrollment?

    A. In addition to completing the online registration, please bring your entire court stamped paperwork to the Enrollment Center where you will complete the Custody Affidavit and Notification forms with one of our notaries.

    Q. I am interested in homeschooling my student. Who should I contact? 

    A. Answers to your homeschooling questions can be found here.