Enrollment Information


Starting on August 30, 2021, we are proud to continue in-person learning for all students, including five full days per week of on-campus instruction that follows established bell schedules, transportation routes, in-person meals, and extended-day programs. All SDUSD schools will continue to monitor and follow health and safety guidelines. While in-person, full-time instruction is the primary and recommended mode of learning for all students next year, the district is offering a virtual academy for K-12 students who choose to remain online.

 Our San Diego Unified Virtual Academy will offer a robust online magnet school available for students K-12. This Virtual Academy will provide rigorous daily instruction substantially equivalent to onsite instruction, which includes grade-level standards-based lessons and District and State assessments. Teacher directed instruction, at our District Virtual Academy, will require students to be highly engaged and responsible for completing all class assignments. The only option for comprehensive online instruction will be offered centrally through the Virtual Academy rather than at neighborhood schools. Students may have on-campus opportunities to receive academic support, labs or hands-on activities. High school students will have opportunities to participate in athletics.  

The Virtual Academy will provide instruction for all participating students, including students receiving special education services and multilingual learners. The Virtual Academy will provide virtual IEP services, as outlined in student’s IEPs. 

The Virtual Academy will not offer the following programs: Early Learning, including Transitional Kindergarten (TK), Dual Language, International Baccalaureate (IB), and/or STEAM/VAPA Magnet.  

 Neighborhood Schools and Enrollment Options

Who needs to enroll?

1.    Students who are attending school for the first time

2.    Students new to the district (they have recently moved into the San Diego Unified boundary or they were previously attending a private school, charter school or were home-schooled).

3.    Students who were previously attending a district school, but have moved to a different area of the district.

Who does not need to enroll?

Students currently attending a school in San Diego Unified School District who will be articulating to the next grade level at another school within their neighborhood cluster (feeder pattern) do not need to re-enroll at the new school. Information will be transferred automatically by the school your student is currently attending.

Parents please email district docs along with required docs (listed below) back to site enrollment staff – Sean Kinoshita – [email protected]

Resident/Choice/VEEP 2020-2021 school year enrollment: 

·         List of required docs: 

o    Immunization records

o    Verification of residency (SDG&E statement; Cable Statement, Rental Agreement, Tax/Mortgage Statement)

o    Birth certificate

o    If applicable: most recent IEP or 504 plan

o    Most Recent Progress Report/Report Card  

District Docs

Enrollment Form English

Spanish Enrollment form COMING SOON 

Enrollment/Home Language Survey 

Enrollment/Program Card (Click on Grade)            6th Grade                 7th Grade                 8th Grade

Enrollment/Records Request

Enrollment/Transportation Application (coming soon)


Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. © 2024 SchoolMessenger Corporation. All rights reserved.