WELCOME TO THE NPS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION PAGE
Please read all the directions thoroughly before beginning the application process.
NEW STUDENTSStep 1:
Families who are new to the district, please click HERE
to complete online registration. Please have a copy of your child’s offical, state issued birth certificate, immunization record or exemption and two proofs of residency ready to upload within the application. Be sure to select the correct school year for which you are enrolling and select Start New Registration
After you have completed all the information in the application and uploaded all required documents, click Submit
button to complete your registration application. Once your application is submitted to be processed, changes can not be made. You are able to save and return later to your application if needed. You will be contacted via email if additional information/documentation is needed. Please use an email account that is checked regularly. Step 3:
You will receive an email reply from Infinite Campus Online registration that you have been successfully processed. This email will contain your activation key for your parent portal. After you receieve the email from IC with your activation key, please CLICK HERE
to register for a Parent Portal Account. Click Campus Parent
, then New User
at the bottom left. Step 4:
Complete additional enrollment documents, if needed and submit, in preparation for enrollment confirmation.Step 5:
Attend Confirmation of Enrollment scheduled in July/August (see information below) and bring additional completed enrollment materials to the event that have not been previously submitted.
If you are a NEW STUDENT in grades 9-12 and will be participating in athletics, please click here.
If you have an existing student and need to add a new student, you will be prompted on the Student Tab
to Add a New Student
. Please do not register your returning/existing student as a NEW student. All returning students will need to update information via the Parent Portal. Step 1
: If you do not
currently have a Parent Portal account, please submit a Parent Portal Request
(Please note it can take up to seven days to process a Parent Portal request. When complete, return here to complete the following steps.)Step 2:
If you have a Parent Portal account, please CLICK HERE
to complete online registration.
Step 3: Once you are in your Parent Portal click More, in the bottom left-handed corner, then click Online Registration link: select Begin Registration. Be sure to select the correct school year for which you are applying, complete all the information, upload any required documents and click Submit prior to exiting the application.
Step 4: Complete any additional enrollment forms, if applicable, in preparation for enrollment confirmation.
Step 5: Attend Confirmation of Enrollment scheduled in July/August (see information below) and bring additional completed enrollment documents to the event that have not been preciously submitted.
Additional documents must be completed and submitted to complete enrollment. Links to the forms are available within the online registration document for you to upload and submit. If you are unable to submit documents electronically, please submit using one of these methods:
- Print and drop off copies at the Adminstration building. Drop box is located on south side of the building by the door.
- Print copies and bring to Enrollment Confirmation event in July/August.
- Print and mail copies to:
101 N. Main
Newcastle, OK 73065
Please indicate which site your student will be attending. If you have students at multiple sites, please list all sites on the envelope. We will make sure all sites get the correct information.
Links to additional documents-if needed:
**This is an electronic request form and must be completed if your student needs bus transportation.
Residency Verification-Click here for additional information
Residency Verification is required
for both new and returning students. ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION-
DRIVE THRU-IN PERSON-
Online registration will reduce time spent at the site.
Documents required for Residency Verification:
If you are new to the district and have not submitted documents previously, you must provide your child’s offical, state issued birth certificate and immunization record. Please note that students must be up-to-date on all immunizations to attend school or an exemption form must be completed. Click here
for information. All new students must complete and submit a Home Language Survey for each student. Link is located above.
Both new and returning students must bring proof of residency in the form of two (2) utility bills, under the guardian's name (water, gas, electric) or a purchase/lease agreement for recent moves. If you do not have these documents, please contact the registrar at your school site using the email links above for other options.
State Enrollment Requirements
Per state law, no child shall be enrolled in kindergarten unless he/she has reached the age of 5 years on or before Sept. 1 of the school year. No child shall be enrolled in first grade unless he/she has reached 6 years of age on or before Sept. 1 of the school year. NPS district policy does not allow for early entry into kindergarten. Students entering for the first time at NPS for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten or first grade must present their official, state-certified birth certificate along with certification from a licensed physician or an authorized representative of the State Department of Public Health that the student has received or is in the process of receiving required immunizations.
Parents of any new or returning student enrolling in NPS must present two proofs of residency of the district and the school in which the student is being enrolled. Such documentation could include utility statements, lease agreements, etc. The residence of a student for school purposes is the legal residence of the parent(s), guardian, or person having legal custody of the child. It may also be a foster care home or the state-operated institution in which the child has been placed. The residence may also be the district in which a child who is supporting himself entirely resides or attends school. Any questions as to the place of residence for school purposes shall be decided pursuant to Oklahoma State Department of Education regulations.