New students to the District who live in South Pasadena and need to register for the 2017-2018 school year at the High School need to contact the Registrar, Ms. Angie Madrigal at email@example.com. Registration is a two-part process: part one is to register your child online, using the AERIES INTERNET REGISTRATION system, or AIR. Parents may access this by clicking on the following link: my.spusd.net. Once the online registration has been completed and you have ALL the required documents together, email Ms. Madrigal to schedule an appointment. Please print and read the following documents listed at the bottom of this page:HS Registration Required documents, and Enrollment Registration Checklist.
Please bring to your appointment the following original documents: a copy of your AIR registration, birth certificate or passport of student, student immunization records, unofficial transcript (if out of country, a translated English version) and the three required proofs of residency (please see acceptable proofs at the bottom of this page).
Parents who wish to pre-enroll their new high school student (not currently attending a SPUSD school) for the 2018-2019 school year may contact the Registrar, Ms. Angie Madrigal at firstname.lastname@example.org beginning Monday, April 16, 2018 through Friday, May 11, 2018, to set up a registration appointment. Please read the paragraph above for information on the process.
If you are a South Pasadena resident, and your child previously attended a SPUSD school, you do not need to complete the online registration. Simply, email Ms. Madrigal at email@example.com to schedule an appointment and indicate the last school, grade and year he/she attended in SPUSD.
Registration appointments will be made from April 16, 2018 – May 11, 2018, and again during the summer (exact date TBD) until the first day of school, which has been set as Thursday, August 16, 2018.
You may not register for school until you reside in South Pasadena and have your appropriate three proofs of residence, and registration must be done by the parent or legal guardian of the child. Guardianships and Dual Family Residencies must be approved in advance by the Personnel Office at the District Office. For more information, please look under "District Enrollment Policies" under "Guardianship Information" and "Dual Residency Requirements".
Residency Verification Documents - one document from EACH category, and all documents must be originals, no copies accepted.
Transcript/Report Card – Please bring an unofficial transcript from the previous school. Transcripts for 9th grade students must show both 7th and 8th grade. Withdrawal grades are required if transferring during the school year. If entering from another country, an official transcript with a notarized English translation is required. If there are special circumstances (ESL, Special Education, or health problems) please provide appropriate documentation, such as CELDT test scores or current IEP or 504 plan.