WELCOME TO THE NOVI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT!
Have you recently moved to Novi, or do you have a student ready for kindergarten and have not yet completed the enrollment process? No problem, we are here to assist you with enrolling your student in our district.
Not sure if you reside within the Novi Community School District boundaries or which elementary school your student would attend? Click here to locate our elementary attendance areas map or click here to visit the City of Novi's Mapping System for School District Attendance Areas.
The Novi Community School District implemented a centralized enrollment system to improve customer service for new families and students. Parents and guardians will no longer be enrolling their students at individual school buildings. The one-stop enrollment for all Novi Schools – preschool through high school – now takes place through the Community Education Department located at the:
Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC)
25745 Taft Road
Novi, Michigan 48374
ENROLLMENT/STEP 1: Pre Enroll
PRE ENROLLMENT IS JUST THE FIRST STEP - Return to this page to complete steps 2-4
Click HERE to start the Enrollment Process (you must pre-enroll your child/ren online).
ENROLLMENT/STEP 2: Required Documentation
Parents/guardians must bring the following documentation to their appointment with the Community Education Department:
- Student(s) original birth certificate
- Proof of residency
- Parents driver’s license
- Record of immunization
- Vision Screening Form (Kindergarten Only)
- Passports (if not U.S. citizens)
- Previous report card
- Custody papers (Divorce or Absent Parent)
- Special Education/Accommodations Documents (if applicable)
ENROLLMENT/STEP 3: Required Forms To Be filled Out
Parents/guardians are required to complete the enrollment forms below prior to their appointment with the Community Education Department. Separate enrollment forms must be completed for each new student.
The following forms must be completed:
- New Student Enrollment Information
- Student Registration form
- Request for Educational Records
- Affirmation of Prior Discipline Record
- Free/Reduced Lunch form (if applicable)
- Internet and Computer Use Policy K-6
- Internet and Computer Use Policy 7-12
- Parent Health Letter
Note: Incoming kindergartners must be at least 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2018.
Exception: According to Michigan Law, a child may be enrolled in kindergarten if he/she is not five years of age on September 2, 2018 but will be five years of age not later than December 1, 2018 and parent or legal guardian notifies the district in writing (kindergarten waiver form) that he or she intends to enroll the child in kindergarten.
Please review our Kindergarten Enrollment FAQ for additional information.
ENROLLMENT/STEP 4: Make An Appointment
All new families are required to make an appointment with the Community Education Department to enroll their student(s) by calling 248-675-3400. Students are not required to attent this meeting.
Families will not be enrolled unless all documents are completed in full at the time of enrollment.
Once all documents are submitted to the Community Education Department and the student is entered into MiStar, a notification will be sent directly to the assigned school alerting them of the new student. When enrollment is complete, the family will receive notification from the new school with a start date and further instructions.