Click on the button below to enroll new TK-12th students, or students coming from an outside school district. Students already enrolled in Fresno Unified school district are already registered, and do not need to register again.
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To register students online for the current or upcoming school year please read and follow the steps below.
Once the school of enrollment has been determined, parent/guardian/caregiver or another responsible designated adult will contact that school by phone or email to provide required information necessary for registration.
Please note: A provisional enrollment will be in place until required documents are received. Student registration is not complete until all documents are received, and the student has been assigned a schedule.
Please provide the following documents, electronically, to the school office in your attendance area. If you are unable to do so, the site will contact you to schedule an opportunity for documents to be provided to them.
Proof of age must be presented in the form of
one of the following:
Please note: An affidavit will be used when none of the foregoing is obtainable at the Department of Prevention and Intervention/Project Access Office, 1350 M Street, Bldg. A, Phone: 457-3343.
Reasonable evidence of residency must be established. Please use
one of the following:
Please note: If a minor is living with someone other than parent or legal guardian, please provide the following documents:
Caregiver's Affidavit: Prevention and Intervention/Project ACCESS, 1350 M Street, Bldg. B, Phone: 457-3359. Note: A Caregiver's Affidavit is usually not approved when the parent is living in Fresno, however, special family circumstances may prevail.
Documented Child Protective Services placement
Documented Foster or Group Home placement
The following proof of immunization and physical examinations are needed for registration:
All students must present an up to date immunization record prior to attending school.
Effective January 1, 2016, Personal Beliefs Exemptions will no longer be an option for the vaccines that are currently required for entry into school or childcare in California. Personal belief exemptions filed at a school or childcare facility before January 1, 2016 will remain valid until the student enrolls in the next grade span, typically at TK/kindergarten or seventh grade. Grade spans are childcare, TK through sixth grade, and seventh grade through 12th grade.
A temporary or permanent Medical Exemption to one or more of the immunizations may be granted with a signed note from a health care provider.
FCDPH Recommendation 12/2016: All students new to the district need to have a risk assessment done. If risk assessment is positive, student will be required to submit results of a negative skin test/bloodwork. If skin test/bloodwork is positive, student will be required to submit a negative chest x-ray report from their medical provider before attending school.
Foster, group home, and homeless youth students are registered with or without a fully documented immunization record. The school nurse should be notified to follow-up with the student.
Students entering first grade are required by the State to have a physical examination. The examination must be completed within 18 months of entering first grade or within 90 days of starting first grade.
An Oral Health Examination (dental screening) is not required for school entry. However, proof of a dental screening should be provided by May 31st of the student's kindergarten year.