New Student Registration
How to Enroll
To enroll a new, or returning, K-12 student at Falmouth Public Schools, use our online registration system. If you have more than one child, register each child individually. Students who are returning to Falmouth Schools after attending a school in another district, or from homeschool, will also need to register. Students who are currently enrolled do not need to register for the next school year, since this happens automatically.
What documents do I need to register my student(s) online?:
Proof of residency in Falmouth, Maine (two types) (Read the proof of residency requirements.)
Proof of immunizations for your student(s) (See Maine Department of Education's immunization requirements.)
What documents do I need to bring in person to complete registration?
Original proof of birth (birth certificate, passport, etc.) for students who will be attending a U.S. school for the first time. Please bring in the original to the main office of the school where your student will attend.
Need translation services or help registering online?
If you need translation services for completing the forms in English, or help with the online forms, please contact Registrar Sharon Ross email@example.com or call 207-781-7429 x5419.
Is your housing uncertain?
If you or your student are experiencing housing uncertainty, you may qualify for McKinney-Vento services. Please contact our McKinney-Vento liaison, Chris Morin firstname.lastname@example.org at 207-781-3200, and visit the Maine Department of Education McKinney-Vento program web page for more details.
Minimum age to attend school
A child must be five years old on or before October 15 of the year in which the student plans to enroll in kindergarten. View the state law as well as school board policy, for more details. There are no exceptions to this minimum age requirement.
Non-Resident Tuition Students
Falmouth Public Schools welcomes non-resident tuition students to its schools through an application process based on space availability and Superintendent approval.
To begin, complete the Non-Resident Tuition application form.
Learn more about the Non-Resident Tuition Program here.