Parents enrolling a student for the first time should bring the child's birth certificate, immunization record and social security number. By state law, a child must be five years old on or before September 1 of the current school year to enter kindergarten and six years of age on or before September 1 to enter first grade.A prekindergarten program for qualifying four year old's is available at the L.P. Waters Early Childhood Center. The district may accept students living outside the district on a tuition-free basis.In addition to age requirements, a record of the following vaccination requirement signed by a physician or validated by the State Department of Health must be presented before a child enters school. The link below provides exact vaccinations needed.
Transportation is also available for most Greenville ISD students. Information on eligibility and which school bus to ride, pickup times and locations are available from the Transportation Office at 903.457.2658.Transfer StudentsGreenville ISD accepts, at no cost, students living outside the district. Applications for transfer must be completed by contacting the Student Services office at 903.408.4431. A transfer form from the Texas Education Agency must also be completed. In cases of elementary transfers, placement may be based on student populations and class-size requirements.
Students identified as homeless are allowed to enroll immediately while awaiting official records.
Have questions? Contact Student Services at 903.408.4431.