PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON ALL SCREENS FOR BEST RESULTS. THIS PROCESS IS ONLINE AND DOES NOT WORK ON A CELL PHONE. COMPUTERS ARE AVAILABLE AT SCHOOLS AND THE DISTRICT OFFICE.
Registration is now open to UPSD residents only for both the current and the 2024-25 school year. Non-residents may not enroll until AFTER being accepted into UPSD. For more information about the non-resident process and dates, please click this link.
PRESCHOOL: (2024-25 Non-Special Education applications will be accepted beginning March 26, 2024 and can register AFTER being accepted into the program and paying the deposit.)
KINDERGARTEN: Students must be 5 years old on or before August 31st. UPSD does not have a test in option for younger children.
K- 12 (and Preschool accepted applicants who have paid their deposit): Resident families of University Place School District pre-register online so you can get started from the comfort of your home. This process would be very difficult to complete on a smart phone. If you do not have a computer or internet access, these are available at all schools or at the district office.
Non-resident students must be accepted by UPSD with a completed Choice Transfer Release from your resident district before completing the online pre-registration process. Instructions and applications are available here. The first dates to turn in new 2024-25 out of district applications is March 19, 2024.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Please make sure to either upload the required documents listed below to the application, OR bring them to your home school after submitting the pre-registration application online. Your student will not be enrolled until all required documents have been received. Please contact the school for more information. Thank you
Please call your neighborhood school or the district office at 253-566-5600 if you need any assistance or have additional questions.
If you are ready to get started, click here for the Student Pre-Registration Portal.
UPSD Non-Discrimination Policy:
The University Place School District complies with all federal and state laws, rules, and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin (including language), sex, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, veteran or military status, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in student education programs, co-curricular activities, and employment practices. The district is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer encouraging application of qualified minorities, women, and disabled persons for employment and other opportunities. University Place School District is committed to providing access to all District programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. For elevator access at school sites, contact the principal’s office. The University Place School District is a drug-free/smoke-free work place and educational setting. Direct inquiries regarding compliance, grievance, or appeal procedures, or concerns involving students, should be made to the District Affirmative Action Officer/Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator/ Title IX Officer/HIB Compliance Officer/Gender-Inclusive Schools Coordinator, Executive Director of Secondary Education, Lainey Mathews, email@example.com; or Section 504/FAPE/ADA concerns should be made to Executive Director of Special Services, Kelly McClure, firstname.lastname@example.org. Both can be contacted at (253) 566-5600, 3717 Grandview Drive West, University Place, WA 98466.