Home schools are based on a family’s home address. To see a map of the boundaries by elementary, middle and high school level, you may click on the link below.
If you are unsure of which school your child(ren) should attend, please click on the link below and then enter your child(ren)’s grade level and address to verify the school to attend.
More information about transportation and bus routes can be found by clicking on the link below.
Specific Enrollment Information
Click on the links below to learn more about specific enrollment areas:
- PreK Program and Lottery Process
- PreK Enrollment (after lottery is complete)
- General Enrollment for Grades K-12
Click on Parent-Checklist Updated 8-9-2022 to view a list of items required (including immunizations) when enrolling students in Edmond Public Schools.
Just Moved to Edmond? Get Enrollment Information for 2022-2023
New Edmond residents who want to enroll their children in Edmond Public Schools before the start of the 2022-23 school year can do so at the district’s enrollment center from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
The center will be open during the weeks of July 11-22 and is located in the Freshman Academy at Edmond North High School.
Parents and guardians are encouraged to access and complete all forms in advance. Documentation needed at the time of enrollment includes two verifiable proofs of residency, a legal birth certificate, immunization records and a photo ID of the parent or guardian.
If new residents are unable to visit the enrollment center during the weeks it is open, they can enroll their child at their home school when staff return following the summer break. Elementary schools will reopen on August 1st, and Middle Schools will open in mid-July to serve parents. High Schools remain open during the summer from 8 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday but are closed from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for lunch. For more information about the centralized enrollment center, call 726-7900 or 726-7901.
The Edmond Public Schools will enroll students who hold legal residence within the District as specified in Policy #4105. Custody affidavit forms and notarized affidavits obtained from the custodial parent giving care and custody to another individual will not be accepted except as otherwise outlined with this policy.
If a divorce has been granted, the decree will state which parent has legal custody. If the decree awards joint custody, and each parent contributes in a “substantial degree” to the child’s support while they have custody, then the residence in which the child resides on a regular basis determines the legal residency of the child for school attendance.