To determine which school your child would attend,
enter your street address in the Bus
Stop Finder and School Locator, locate
your residence on the Boundary
Maps page, or call the Paradise Valley
Unified School District at: (602)
Enrollment: first time in the district
To enroll a student in a Paradise
Valley school for the first time, a parent or guardian
should provide the school:
- A certified copy of the
child’s birth certificate
- The child’s immunization records*
- Proof of residency in the
state of Arizona
Parents must provide one of the following documents, which bear the parent or legal guardian's full name and residential address or physical description of the property where the student resides (No P.O. boxes): a valid Arizona driver's license or ID card, Arizona motor vehicle registration, valid U.S. passport, property deed, mortgage documents, property tax bill, rental agreement or lease (including section 8 agreement), utility
bill (gas, electric, water, telephone or cable), W-2 wage statement, payroll stub, certificate of tribal enrollment other identification issued by a recognized Indian tribe, or other documentation from a state, tribal or federal agency (Social Security Administration, Veterans Administration, etc.)
You will also be asked to provide an emergency
contact name / phone number and your child's doctor's
name / phone number for the student's registration
As a convenience to parents, these registration forms are available to download and complete prior to registering your child at the school. You may also pick up these forms from the school office at time of registration.
*ADHS (Arizona Department of Health Services) immunization requirements
Children must be five years
September 1 of the enrolling year to be eligible for
To enter first grade, a child must be six years old before September 1 of the enrolling year, or have completed kindergarten in another district or state.
Ninth-grade (freshman) enrollment:
You may need to provide proof of promotion from
the previous year to enroll your child in a school
entering the ninth grade (freshman level).
10th- , 11th- and 12th-grade enrollment:
You may need to provide transcripts (unofficial)
from the high school your child previously attended.
Also, juniors and seniors who have attended an Arizona
school may need to provide their AIMS test scores.
Preschool and before- and after-school programs:
Contact the PV Schools Community Education department at: (602) 449-2201, or visit pvschools.net/comed