Student Registration

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    register for 2023-24  registrarse para 2023-2024 (este año)

    Register for Next Year (2024-25)    Regístrate para el próximo año

    The path to being #Extraordinary begins with an education from Deer Valley Unified School District! Offering a PreK- 12th Grade education, your student will find success at DVUSD! Register your student at any of the 41 schools within Deer Valley Unified School District for the 2023-2024 school year by clicking the buttons above to complete the online enrollment process.
    Please make sure to apply for Open Enrollment first, before registering your student, if your address is not zoned for the school you would like to register with. Also, please make sure to upload your supporting documents before submitting the online registration.
    Registration for Preschool requires prior acceptance into the program before enrollment. For more information, contact Early Childhood at 602-467-6013 or Community Education at 623-376-3903.
    More information about preschool programs can be found on the Early Childhood Education page.
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    Parents will need to furnish the following information for all students entering the Deer Valley Unified School District:
    • A birth certificate or a certified copy
    • An immunization record
    • Proof of residency (utility bill, rent receipt, lease agreement, escrow doc., etc.)
    • Parent Identification
    • Legal guardian or custody papers, if applicable
    • Official withdrawal form from the previously attended school (grades 1st - 12th)
    Immunization Requirements

    The State of Arizona has revised the immunization requirements for preschool, kindergarten and first grade children entering school for childcare. In addition to Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus (DPT) and Polio (OPV), Varicella (Chicken Pox) immunizations, youngsters need to complete a second dose of the Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccine and receive at least the first dose in a series of three for Hepatitis B prior to starting school. Children entering Preschool will need Hepatitis A immunizations (there are two needed) and 3-4 Hib vaccines. Children turning 11 years old, regardless of grade, will need to have a Tdap and Meningitis Vaccine.

    Parents and guardians should contact their physician, the Arizona Immunization Program Office (602-364-3630), or their school nurse if they have questions or would like clarification. Copies of the immunization form are available at all district schools. The form includes a place for certification of religious, medical or personal exemptions, if appropriate.

    Pupils who lack documentary proof of immunization shall not attend school during outbreak periods of communicable immunization-preventable diseases as determined by the Arizona Department of Health Services or local health department. The Department of Health Services or local health department shall transmit notice of this determination to the school administrator responsible for the exclusion of the pupils. 

    For information on free immunization clinics, please visit the Maricopa County Department of Public Health website, or call 602-506-6900.

    (Ref. DVUSD Policy JLCB)

    Open Enrollment
    The Deer Valley district offers parents the opportunity to express their preference for any district school. Students can request a open enrollment to attend any school in the district provided space is available. Parents registering their children at a school other than their home school will be responsible for transportation. Principals at each school will accept open enrollment requests based upon capacity as determined by current enrollment and an anticipated growth margin. To determine home school, refer to the attendance boundary maps.

    Registration is normally done at the school of attendance. Most school offices are closed during the month of July, and reopen two weeks before the opening day of school. It is especially important for students entering middle school or high school to meet with the school officials to plan their courses as soon as possible.