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, your first step would be to call us as 651-635-1626 or email us email@example.com to find out what your best options are for enrolling your child to school. We are able the email, fax or mail enrollment paperwork to our families. We are also able to offer the option to complete enrollment for your student online. Please select one of the methods below to being the enrollment process. Office hours are 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Please scroll further down this page if you are interested in the Enrollment Lottery for the 2022-2023 school year.
Enrollment Methods for the current school year-Please select one
Roseville district residents or newly enrolling families may be required to submit:
- Your child’s birth certificate or another form of government-issued proof of age and date of birth
- Immunization records
- Proof of Residence - This can be a driver’s license, utility bill, or lease/purchase agreement with parent/guardian name and the Roseville School District address on it
Once enrollment requirements are met, Central Enrollment will contact you with a start date and other important information.
If you live outside our school district and wish to enroll your child in the Roseville Area Schools, please see Open Enrollment.
Return Open Enrollment to:
Roseville Area Schools
1251 W. County Rd B-2
Roseville, MN 55113
Additional Contact Information:
ACCESSING INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS
CONTACTING A CULTURAL LIAISON
Most liaisons work from the Aŋpétu Téča Education Center and can be reached by school staff or parents at any time to discuss school-related matters. Contact information can be found at Staff Contacts.
Kindergarten Reply Card: Online Response
If you received a kindergarten reply card via mail and wish to respond online, please click here.
Due to their unique programming, four of our schools use lotteries in their enrollment process. They are: Parkview Center School (K-8), Dual Language Immersion Program (Spanish Immersion located at Little Canada Elementary), Harambee Community Cultures and Environmental Science (year-round, K-6, transportation provided in selected east metro counties) and SPARK Program at Central Park (STEM)
All schools will offer sibling preference in placement. This means that siblings of current students will be placed into the school/program before the lottery drawing. Siblings are still required to complete a lottery application and return the application by the January 28th deadline.
Applications for the lottery will be accepted November 1, 2021 through January 28, 2022. You may click here to submit an Electronic Lottery Application. If you would like a paper copy you can download: English Version or Spanish Version.
The lottery drawing will take place the week of January 31st. Families will be notified of the lottery results by US mail the week of February 7th.
Lottery Drawing Location
1251 W. County Rd B-2
Roseville, MN 55113
Due to health and safety concerns surrounding COVID-19 Roseville Area Schools, including our option schools, will not be able to offer tours for families at this time but are available to answer questions. School tours will resume in their normal fashion starting in February. COVID mitigation strategies such as masking, social distancing, etc will still take place at all of our buildings. If you are interested in more information regarding our option schools, please contact the main office:
|Parkview Center School
|Dual Language Immersion Program
|Harambee Community School
|SPARK Program at Central Park
Please contact Central Enrollment or call 651-635-1626 if you have any questions about the lottery process.
If you are interested in homeschooling your child, please contact Jane Krause at 651-635-1626 or firstname.lastname@example.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 in 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
Due to the health and safety concerns surrounding COVID-19, Roseville Area Schools will not be offering tours at this time. However, please contact each building for more information about their school and what they can offer your child(ren).