• Young students sitting at their desks in classroom

    Neighborhood Schools
    Every student is assigned to a neighborhood school by the student's address.
  • Due to COVID19 closures to all PPS buildings, we cannot meet with guardians and families in person to review your enrollment documents. Below are the recommended steps to gather and submit the necessary documents for enrollment.

  • Step 1: Identify your child's assigned neighborhood school

    Use our Discover PPS tool by inputting your address. Input house number and street address and select registered US Postal Address from drop down. Click on each school to discover more about the features your neighborhood school has to offer. 

    Step 2: Gather Supporting Document

    Required Documents: 
    Please have all the required documents on hand.

     You will need:
    • A completed PPS Enrollment & Emergency Care Form
      These documents can be easily be completed on the computer. These forms, however, cannot be completed via a mobile device. Please refer to Step 4 below for mobile devices.
    • Evidence of the child's age. This must be a legal document, such as a copy of birth certificate, passport, or baptismal certificate.
    • Two current proofs of residency, such as a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license or vehicle registration, utility bills, tax statements, lease or mortgage statement, or an official public assistance letter
    • Immunization records with dates from your child’s doctor’s office or former school, or an international health certificate.

    Requested Documents: 
    The District requests that students provide the following additional documents (if available). These documents are not required as a condition of enrollment and will not delay a child's enrollment.

    • Request for Student Records Form (Grades 1st-12th)
      • Health/Physical Examination Records
      • Academic, Attendance and Special Education Records

    Download the Enrollment Checklist to be sure you have everything.

     

    Step 3: Submit Enrollment Paperwork

    Enrollment and Re-enrollment into neighborhood schools can be done in several ways. If you are applying to an Early Childhood program, Step 2 is done online as part of the application process. If you are applying to a Magnet Program, you must first register with your neighborhood school before the magnet application is submitted.

    Documents can be submitted in the following ways:

    Option #1: Mail, Email or Fax Completed Enrollment Documents

    Use the Enrollment Checklist to be sure you are submitting all required documents! 

    Mail* to: 

    Central Enrollment Office, 
    Pittsburgh Public Schools Administration Building 
    Data, Research, Evaluation and Assessment 
    Attn: Robin Taylor Room #218 
    341 S. Bellefield Ave. 
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213 

     
    *This option may be slower due to the COVID19 closures. 

    Email* or Fax: 

    Robin Taylor 
    Student Data Systems Specialist Student Support 
    Contact Information for Robin Taylor: 
    Phone: 412-529-3848 - Fax: 412-325-8101 - Email: rtaylor3@pghschools.org 

     
    *Please always CC yourself on emails so that you always have a copy. Any further questions, please feel free to email Ms. Taylor.

     

    Option #2: Online Enrollment Form

    You may also submit your enrollment form to us completely online.

    Please follow this link to complete our Online Enrollment Form. You will be asked to upload documents, so please be sure to have these ready before you start the process.

  • We're Here to Help 

    If you have any questions, or need assistance filling out the enrollment forms, please submit a Let’s Talk ticket (found in the left-hand corner of the screen) 

    Please make sure to provide a full name, an email address to respond to, and a valid phone number. Our Central Enrollment Office will reach out to help.

  • Special Notes:

    In order for a child to be eligible to register for Kindergarten,
    they must turn 5 years old by September 30th of the school year for which they are registering. You can view our Kindergarten page here. If your child is not, and you would like to register them for our Early Childhood. If you have specific questions on our programs, please place a Let’s Talk ticket. Please make sure, in your ticket, to leave a full name, an email address to respond to and a valid phone number. Someone from Early Childhood will follow up with you.

    Guardianship: If you are not the natural parent or guardian of the child being enrolled, you must also provide appropriate legal documentation showing dependency or guardianship or a sworn statement of full residential support before the child will be admitted. Please by doing so placing a Let’s Talk ticket. Please make sure, in your ticket, to leave a full name, an email address to respond to and a valid phone number. Someone from our Office of Student Support Services will follow up with you.

    Non-resident students may be registered in accordance with the District's policy on Eligibility of Non-Resident Students (Policy #202). To access the policy on the SCView Inquiry screen, select "Policies" from the Document Type dropdown menu and enter the Policy number in the Policy No. box.
     
    *Year-round/Holidays/Summer Enrollments: If your child's school is not staffed during the holidays or during the summer (approximately around middle of June), you may register with the Central Enrollment Office, Robin Taylor, at the address, email and fax above. 
     
    Moving out of your current neighborhood but want your child to stay at his or her current school? This may be possible. For more information, please place a Let’s Talk ticket. Please make sure, in your ticket, to leave a full name, an email address to respond to and a valid phone number. Someone from our Office of Student Support Services will follow up with you.
     
    Is your child eligible for bus transportation? Visit our website at pghschools.org/transportationeligibility