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Enrollment Coordinator: Jennifer Wysocki
Phone: (616) 254-6584
 

Welcome to Grandville! We're glad you're here.

Press Begin Enrollment to enroll in K-12, young kindergarten, early childhood special education (ECSE), or post high school. After completing the application, check your email in the next 24 hours for instructions to finish the entire enrollment process. Check your spam or junk folder as well.
The forms and information you need will be available during the enrollment process, but we know some of you like to have a preview and get a head start. 
 
Children must be 5 on or before Sept. 1, 2021, to enroll in kindergarten or young kindergarten for 2021-22; however, children who will be 5 by Dec. 1, 2021, are also eligible if a parent signs an age waiver. Full-day kindergarten is offered every day in every elementary school. All day, every day young kindergarten is available but may not be at every school. See our young kindergarten FAQ. If your child is currently attending young kindergarten at Grandville Public Schools, you do not need to re-enroll.
 
Early childhood special education meets the needs of children ages 3 to 5 who have developmental delays. Eligibility is determined by an early childhood diagnostic team. Must be pre-approved to enroll. Contact Student Services with any questions about ECSE at (616) 254-6768.
 

Proper documentation and proof of residency in our school district are required. (Check your property tax records if you're unsure of your district.) For kindergarten, young kindergarten & ECSE, you will need:

  • certified birth certificate with seal
  • age waiver, if applicable
  • most recent immunization record is required (see board policy and administrative guidelines)
  • two forms of proof of residency in our district. A driver's license or cell phone, internet or cable bill cannot be used as proof. Acceptable proof includes two of the following:
    • a recent utility bill (gas, electric or water)
    • property tax bill
    • lease or mortgage
    • renters or homeowners insurance 
  • hearing and vision results from preschool or county
  • IEP/special education paperwork, if applicable
  • medical information form
  • health appraisal form
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The forms and information you need will be available during the enrollment process, but we know some of you like to have a preview and get a head start. 
 
Proper documentation and proof of residency in our school district are required. (Check your property tax records if you're unsure of your district.) For grades 1-12, you will need:
  • certified birth certificate with seal
  • current immunization record is required (see board immunization policy and administrative guidelines)
  • medical information form
  • two forms of proof of residency in our district. A driver's license or cell phone, internet or cable bill cannot be used as proof. Acceptable proof includes two of the following:
    • a recent utility bill (gas, electric or water)
    • property tax bill
    • lease or mortgage
    • renters or homeowners insurance
  • middle school students must provide a copy of their most recent report card
  • high school students must have a transcript from their previous school or a copy of their most recent eighth-grade report card
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The Region III Transition Program for young adults requires pre-approval, and other post-high school programming may have additional requirements. Contact Student Services with any questions at (616) 254-6768.
 
You will need:
  • certified birth certificate with seal
  • two forms of proof of residency. A driver's license or cell phone, internet or cable bill cannot be used as proof. Acceptable proof includes two of the following:
    • a recent utility bill (gas, electric or water)
    • property tax bill
    • lease or mortgage
    • renters or homeowners insurance
  • high school transcript
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Below are directions for enrolling in Treehouse child care and the district's preschool program.
 
 

 

Below are enrollment links for: Schools of Choice, an option for families who do not live in our district; Pathways, our non-traditional high school for credit-deficient juniors and seniors; and recreational classes for all ages through Community Education.