Enrollment Information

New Student Enrollment

Welcome to Roseville Area Schools, a learning community committed to creating pathways to academic success for every student. We aim to provide a learning environment where students feel safe, respected, confident, and capable of excelling.

New student enrollment is done centrally at the District Center. If you live within the district’s boundaries, please call us at 651-635-1626 to schedule an intake appointment. Office hours are 7:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Let us know if these hours don’t work for you. We will schedule appointments outside of regular office hours, if requested.

Please bring as many of the following documents as possible to the intake meeting:

  • Your child’s birth certificate or another form of government-issued proof of age and date of birth
  • Immunization records
  • Records from previous schools, including transcripts if your child has attended secondary school

You can complete the enrollment forms before the intake appointment. However, you don’t have to. There will be time to complete them, as well as additional forms, when we meet.

If you live outside our school district and wish to enroll your child in a Roseville Area school, please see Open Enrollment.

Registering for Classes

Registering for classes in grades 7-12 is not part of the new student enrollment process. New families with students in these grades will be directed to see a counselor about class registration once the enrollment process is complete.

Enrollment Lotteries

Due to their unique programming, three of our schools use lotteries in their enrollment process. They are: Parkview Center School (K-8), Little Canada Elementary (lottery only for Dual Language Immersion program) and Harambee (year-round, K-6, magnet school). Their enrollment for 2014-15 is complete.  After November 1, we will post the schools’ 2016-2017 lottery information.

Please contact Central Enrollment or call 651-635-1626 for information on possible waiting lists for these schools.


If you are interested in homeschooling your child, please contact Chrissy Rehnberg at 651-635-1622 or chrissy.rehnberg@isd623.org. Home educated students may earn a diploma from Roseville Area High School if they are enrolled at least part time during their senior year of high school. For more information, download the Diploma Option from Roseville Area High School.

Non-Public Transfer to RAHS

Representatives from Roseville Area High School will be visiting all the K-8 non-public schools within the district in November/December to share information about attending Roseville Area High School (RAHS). RAHS also offers tours for interested students and their parents or guardians. If you are currently attending a non-public school, but plan to enroll at Roseville Area Schools please click here to complete the Non-Public Transfer Information.  Our Central Enrollment Office will then contact you about the enrollment process.

Questions or concerns about new student enrollment? Call 651-635-1626.

School Tours

Many of our schools offer tours to prospective families. If you would like to schedule a school tour, please contact that school directly.