Student Registration

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    REGISTRATION 
    Registration for future Plantation High School students is 8am to Noon Monday through Thursday.  No appointment needed.  Please click the link below to confirm required documents.  NOTE:  Our school district is in the process of modifying they forms required and the types documents allowed to prove residency.  You may wish to speak with our campus staff prior to visiting the campus to confirm the documents needed.

    https://www.browardschools.com/Page/36242

     

    CHECKLIST FOR ENROLLMENT (English)

    CHECKLIST FOR ENROLLMENT (Haitian Creole)

    CHECKLIST FOR ENROLLMENT (Spanish)

     

    In efforts to provide a quicker registration experience, complete the required registration and emergency contact forms prior to your visit. 

    REGISTRATION FORM

    EMERGENCY CONTACT FORM

     

    FAMILIES IN TRANSITION
    Parents who answer “yes” to the Student Residency Questionnaire (SRQ) on the student enrollment form must complete a Homeless Education Program (HEP) registration. This form shall be faxed to the Homeless Education Liaison by school staff. If the family qualifies for services, the student shall be enrolled under the McKinney-Vento Act and will be eligible for immediate services, such as free meals. Eligibility for services will be effective from July 1 through June 30 of any school year. Students registered under the McKinney-Vento Act shall re-enroll each school year.

     

    PROVISIONAL DOMICILE
    The Broward County Public Schools’ Provisional Domicile form will be used when families who do not qualify for services under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Act are unable to provide address verification.

    1. Families who are experiencing a transition unrelated to economic hardship can register under provisional domicile. Documentation can include a transfer notice from an employer or a relocation letter. A provisional domicile form shall be signed by the parent and certified by a notary. Provisional domicile will provide a 30-day grace period during which a family can use a provisional address while their permanent residence is established. During this provisional period, the student shall attend the school zoned to his/her temporary address, not to the address where the family intends to live. Parents must renew the provisionary status every 30 days.
    2. Families who are unable to provide evidence of address due to extenuating circumstances, including, but not limited to undocumented immigration status, shall complete a provisional domicile form on an annual basis. Under no circumstances shall staff request a passport, a visa, or any other documentation to verify the immigration status of any student.

    PROVISIONAL DOMICILE (English)

    PROVISIONAL DOMICILE (Haitian Creole)

    PROVISIONAL DOMICILE (Spanish)

     

    For more information on SBBC policies please visit http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/sbbcpolicies/.