Ann Arbor Public Schools welcomes all students who live within the boundaries of the Ann Arbor Public School District and meet state age and health requirements.
Attendance Area Requirement
A student is required to attend school in the attendance area in which the family resides unless approved through the In-District Transfer process.
To determine what school a student would attend based on an address, see the searchable Attendance-Area-by-Street Directory.
Early Childhood Education
Learning in Ann Arbor Public Schools begins at birth with a wide range of popular Early Childhood Family Education classes and services for parents and children, birth through age five.
Children must reach their fifth birthday on or before September 1 of the school year to be eligible to attend kindergarten.
The completed pre-registration form should be returned during the registration times and parents/guardians should complete the online registration process through infosnap. Read more about kindergarten registration.
During the School Year
Students who move into the district during the school year should contact the school to enroll.
During Summer Prior to the School Year
Parents of elementary students moving into the district during the summer may call the Student Accounting office at 734-994- to register their child. The pre-registration form should be completed as part of the registration process.
Middle School and High School Age
Middle school and high school students who move into the district during the summer should contact the school to register. The pre-registration form should be completed as part of the registration process.
Now that your child is enrolled in Ann Arbor Public Schools, you will want to:
• Request a PowerSchool parent/guardian account so you can monitor your student's attendance, grades and meal account information and access school announcements and teacher pages.
• Review the student handbook for your student's school. Handbooks are posted on each school's page.
• Talk to your student's teacher or your school principal if you need more information.
We want your experience with Ann Arbor Public Schools to be a positive one. Thank you for partnering with us to help your child reach his or her maximum potential.