Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the difference between registering and enrolling?
- How do I register my child for the current school year?
- How do I register my child for the upcoming school year?
- Are students enrolled in the order in which they register?
- What happens if classes are already full when a student registers for their neighborhood school?
Redwood City School District (RCSD) recently updated its enrollment process for Transitional Kindergarten (TK). Please select below the school year for which you are enrolling your child. Learn more about the corresponding enrollment process.
- What is the School of Choice program?
- How many School of Choice applications can I submit?
- What if a student is placed at a school through the School of Choice process and later decides they want to move to a different school?
- What is the difference between registering and applying for a School of Choice?
- Can I live outside the RCSD attendance area and stay on a waitlist?
- Are twins placed together?
- Are siblings in different grades placed together?
- Do students on the wait list for a School of Choice or a neighborhood school need to reapply?
- Do students offered a spot through the School of Choice application process need to reapply in the next enrollment period?
- What are my options if my child is on a long waitlist?
- What is a language immersion program, such as the Mandarin and Spanish Immersion programs offered by the district?
- Are the Immersion programs charter schools?
- Is there support at all schools for students who are learning English?
- If my student is not a native English speaker, which program or school should I choose?
- What about special education at the schools?
For More Information Contact:
Redwood City School District Registration Office at 482-2027
Redwood City School District School of Choice Office at 482-2237
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