DPS Registration Hub

Student Enrollment & Records

The DPS Student Enrollment Center is our one-stop center for registering your student in a Dayton Public Schools building, grades preschool through 12. Below are some common information items that parents and guardians want to know.

PreK-12 

Enrollment

New K-12 registration? Start online here!

Preschool registration info here.

What do I need to bring?

How to update your address

How to add/update your child care provider info

Student Enrollment Center

(937) 542-5555 (P) * 542-3202 (F)

Hours: M-F, 7:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m.

Transfers

Transfers between DPS schools are processed twice during the school year ONLY .

Parents may fill out a transfer request and submit to the Student Enrollment Center during the first two weeks of December, and during the month of June.

If we are able to process the request, you will receive a confirmation letter.

Withdrawals

Those currently attending a DPS school MUST go to that building to officially withdraw a student.

EdChoice voucher recipients who have not attended a DPS school can come to the Student Enrollment Center to withdraw.

Transcripts, Diplomas and Records

Info on obtaining a transcript or duplicate diploma here.

**PLEASE NOTE: This process will not be completed until you have submitted payment.**

 

Transportation

A student in grades K-8 automatically receives transportation, provided that student meets one or more of these criteria:
  • Lives more than 1.5 miles from his/her school, OR

  • Has a route to school affected by one of four hazards (river, active railroad tracks, bridge with no sidewalks, and major highways), OR

  • Has an IEP that mandates transportation

A transportation request for a non-DPS student may be made through the school he/she attends.

In order to update or delete a child care provider, parents must complete and submit this form to the child's school.

DPS Transportation Department

(937) 542-4010 (P) * 542-4025 (F)

Special Needs

Preschool-age students are referred by the Help Me Grow program, parents, or other agencies for special needs assessment. This assessment determines if the student requires an IEP (individualized education plan).

The DPS Office for Exceptional Children registers new K-12 students with existing IEPs through the Student Assignment Office.

Transfer students are reminded to please bring a hard copy of your transcript (high school), evaluations, and existing Individualized Education Plan (IEP) when registering with DPS, to ensure proper placement.

Office for Exceptional Children

(937) 542-3353 (P)  * 542-3215 (F)

Make the Grade

Student grades through the DPS Home Access Center. more

Bus Alerts

Bus route notifications via Nixle text message. more

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