Frequently Asked Questions - Student Registration Process
Q. How do I get my child’s snapcode to complete the Student Registration Process?
A. You will receive an email from InfoSnap containing your snapcode. You will receive one per student. Only those students who have been offered and have accepted their seat at the school, will receive a snapcode email.
Q. What information will be included in the Student Registration Form?
A. The Student Registration Form will contain the student’s information including date of birth, residential address, home phone number, race and ethnicity information, previous school information, allergies and other relevant medical history, as well as parent and emergency contact information. You will be able to upload additional documents such as Home Language Survey, Immunization and Health forms and proof of address. For a list of required documents please refer below.
Q. When do I have to submit the Student Registration Form?
A. The Student Registration Form must be submitted within ten (10) days of the receipt of the snapcode email. If the form is not submitted on a timely manner, the seat will automatically be rescinded and the offer will be made to the next student on the waitlist for that grade level. 4. What happens if I am locked out of the form? Please contact the school directly.
Q. What if I do not have all the required documents, such as Immunization forms?
A. If you are unable to upload the documents at the registration process, you will need to turn them into the school directly. Registration will be incomplete until the school has received all the required documents. Once the form has been started but not submitted, you can upload the documents by logging back into your account. Once you press SUBMIT you will not be able to upload documents or edit any information on the form.
Q. What if I have more than one student in the school? Do I need to do this for each child?
A. Yes, you will need to provide information specific for each child. We recommend that you submit one Student Registration Form and then start another – this will allow you to “snap over” shared family information, which will save you time.
Q. What if I make a mistake?
A. You will have the opportunity to review all the information prior to clicking SUBMIT. You can also click "<Prev" to return to a previous page. Once the form has been submitted, you must contact the school directly.
Q. Will I be able to print the Student Registration Form for my records?
A. Yes, you will be able to print you Student Registration Form from the Confirmation page as well as by logging into your account.
Q. Do I have to submit additional documents?
A. Yes, you will need to submit additional required documents necessary to complete your Student’s Registration process. You can upload them directly to the form before submitting. Below is a table with all the required documents.
Q. Does this mean I am accepted?
A. No. Official Acceptance letters/emails will be sent after careful review of all the documents.
If the number of applicants for any grade level exceeds the available student vacancies for that grade level then a lottery will be held to randomly select from the total of student applicants for that grade. An offer of admission will be made to those applicants selected in the lottery up to the number of student vacancies. If the parent’s response is negative or if there is no response then the school shall move to the next applicant selected in the lottery until all student vacancies have been filled. If for some reason, student spaces should become available after all names in the applicant pool have received an offer of admission, and either accepted or rejected that offer, then the school will conduct a subsequent lottery for those applications received after the initial lottery period. Those applicants who have remained on the wait list for the school year must complete a new application for the next school year. Applications do not roll over to the next school year.
Enrollment preference is available to sibling applicants, children of employees or governing board members, children of active duty military families and, students who attended or are assigned to failing schools pursuant to S. 1002.38(2).