At School in Brookline 2014
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REGISTRATION - OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
BEFORE YOU GET STARTED ~
** You must be a full-time resident of Brookline in order to attend the
Public Schools of Brookline.
** A student MUST be 5 years of age on or before August 31 to be
eligible for Kindergarten enrollment.
Pre-Registration for the Public Schools of Brookline is done online via Registration Gateway. Click here to get started. Registration appointment time slots are updated daily. Please check the appointment calendar for openings.
** Pre-registration does not indicate enrollment in the Public Schools
** You will be able to make an appointment after you enter all of your
** Registration must be completed IN PERSON - BY APPOINTMENT.
NOTE: If you are in the process of moving to Brookline, you may pre-register. Submit a signed lease with a notarized Landlord Living Agreement, along with the most recent payment; a Purchase & Sale agreement, along with a commitment letter from the financial institution which includes the date of the closing; or a copy of your quit claim deed documenting a Brookline address, even if you have not yet moved into your new home. However, your child may not begin school until you are residing in Brookline.
CLICK HERE FOR A LIST of required documents, in addition to those shown below, that you must bring with you to your registration appointment.
ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FORMS to download and bring with you to your appointment:
Registration Documentation is Complete By
Anticipated Start Date*
*Anticipated start date indicates the day the child could start provided they have all of their immunizations. The child will not be able to start school without being cleared by the school nurse.
OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS | 617-264-6492
Hours: Monday - Friday | 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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I am a Parent of an Enrolled Student
Show me the interactive school calendar. Where do I find food services and the lunch menus? What is the school system's strategic plan? Show me the Strategic Plan report card. Where can I learn more about Special Education? How do I find out about student insurance? What about Health Services and Wellness updates?
I want to work in the Public Schools of Brookline
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What options exist for early childhood? Where can I learn about Brookline's extended day programs? Does Brookline offer adult education programs? How do I figure out what school we're assigned to? And is there registration, and when?
Where can I find information about all of the different schools in the Brookline system. I'd like to know where they are, and some information about class size, and the district report card as well. Where can I find information about the learning expectations and grade level curriculum overviews?
Where can I find details about the leadership of the Public Schools of Brookline? Who's on the School Committee and what are their backgrounds. What positions and views do they have? What is their meeting schedule? Where can I find information about the District Strategic Plan? I want to know more about a School Policy.
What are the vision, mission, and core values that drive the Public Schools of Brookline? I want to see the Superintendent's views on education and what her or his agenda is. And what's the budget? You know where's the money being spent? On what? and When? How can I conduct research in the Public Schools of Brookline?