New Student Enrollment


Welcome to ThunderRidge High School!

Enrolling a new student during Covid 19 is a Remote Process


1. Complete all forms and return by email to ann.kelling@dcsdk12.org.  This will start a virtual dialog with the Registrar.


2. Parents must provide the following documents:

• Proof of Residency – please see below

• Proof of Immunization 

• Copy of the student’s State Certified Birth Certificate

• Unofficial Transcript from the former school

• A copy of the student’s withdrawal grades and percentage if enrolling mid-semester - student cannot start school without this information

• Discipline Record from the former school if applicable

• Attendance Record from the former school during mid-semester enrollment


 

3.  Proof of Douglas County Residency is required.  To prove residency, please provide one of the following documents:

• Home Warranty Deed
• Deed of Trust
• Purchase Agreement or Contract (Valid for 60 days)
• Tax Notice
• Douglas County Assessor Statement
• Lease Agreement
• Notarized Form - If you are residing with someone who is a resident of Douglas County, you will need a Notarized Form stating where you are living accompanied by the home owner’s warranty deed.  You may pick up the Notarized Form from the Counseling Office.


The Enrollment and Records Request Forms below are electronic - fillable.  Please download, fill out the forms and then save.  All other forms will need to be printed, filled in by hand and scanned.  Return all completed forms to me at ann.kelling@dcsdk12.org . 

Click here to access the 2020-21 Academic Planning Guide.  Please read the Academic Planning Guide prior to enrolling and registering for classes.  This is an excellent resources for course descriptions, flow charts, graduation requirements, etc.


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