Frequently Asked Questions About Enrolling
Note: Kindergarten students must be five years of age by August 1 of the year they enter kindergarten in order to be enrolled to attend school.
What Should I Bring?
What Constitutes Proof of Residency?
Two (2) forms of proof of residency are required to verify residency:
- Gas or Electric Bill
- Signed Mortgage Deed or Apartment Lease (Must list names of all occupants)
- Real Estate Tax Statement
- Voter Registration Card
- Application for Parents Enrolling Students Based Upon the Purchase of A House or Completion of Building a House Form
- Families Residing With Relatives or Friends Form
A phone bill or cable bill may not be used as proof of residency.
What if I've Moved, but Still Within the District?
Download a Change of Address Form, complete it, and turn it in the your child's building secretary along with proof of residency for the new address.
What if My Child Has Special Education Needs?
Make sure to explain your child's special needs when scheduling your appointment.
What if My House in New Albany Schools is Still Under Construction?
Non-Resident Families who will be moving into the New Albany-Plain Local School District, are asked to complete the Application for Parents Enrolling Students Based Upon the Purchase of A House or Completion of Building a House Form. The information will be reviewed by the Superintendent or the Superintendent’s designee, and a determination will be made regarding attendance and tuition. Students from families building or buying a home in the district who are waiting for possession and are non-residents, will have ninety (90) calendar days from the date of enrollment to establish residency in the New Albany-Plain Local School District. Tuition will begin on the 91st day if residency and/or possession has not been established.