OCSD New Student Registration
|This electronic form is for Pre-Registration and will be reviewed by school staff. The district will ask for the student's name, home phone number, date of birth and grade level. The district will also collect household information like address, and up to two guardians contact information and email address. You will receive more information via email once it is received and processed by our district.
Step 2: Prepare Student Documents, Immunization Records, and Residency Documents
Please be prepared to upload the following documentation which may demonstrate a student’s eligibility for enrollment in the district during Step 3: Enrollment Process.
Primary Proof of Residency
Examples include, but are not limited to:
Copy of Lease, Mortgage Statement, Deed or Title, Tax Assessment, Tax Bill
Secondary Proof of Residency
Examples include, but are not limited to:
Copy of Cable Bill, Drivers License, Utility Bill, Bank Statement, Pay Stub
Additional Records for Enrollment
Documents to prepare for upload may also include:
Birth Certificate, Health Insurance Card, Immunization Records, Custody Documentation (if applicable)
Step 3: Complete the Enrollment Process!
Once you receive the OCSD Enrollment Information email, please follow the instructions to set up a PowerSchool account OR if you already have a PowerSchool account, use the links provided within the email to add a new student to your existing account.
In PowerSchool, select the student you are enrolling and click on the “Forms” link within the left navigation menu.
Select the "Enrollment" tab and complete forms A-G.
A - Student Demographics
Place of Birth
Ethnicity and Race
Home Language Survey
B - Contacts
Primary Family Email Address
Guardians and Emergency Contacts (Name, Phone Number, Address)
C - Health Information
Health Insurance Information
D - Health Authorizations
Consent to Emergency Treatment
Consent to Share Medical Information
E - Document Submission
See Step 2
F - Agreements
Acceptable Use Policy
Telephone Consumer Protection Act
Walking Excursions Permission
G - Signature and Submit
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I start the enrollment process and come back later if I don’t finish?
A: Yes! The system will save your work as you go. When you log back in, you can pick up where you left off.
Q: Can I enroll more than one student at a time?
A: Yes! The system will allow you to enroll multiple students.
Q: What if I don’t have some of the required documents to complete the enrollment process?
A: You will have the option to submit your request for enrollment even if some documents are missing. You will need to bring copies of that documentation to your school before your enrollment can be fully accepted.
Q: What happens after I submit a request for enrollment?
A: Your request is sent to your assigned school. Staff will review your request to ensure that it is complete. Once accepted, you will receive an email indicating acceptance. If your submission is incomplete or school staff have questions, you will be contacted to resolve any issues.
Q: Can I request a specific school when I enroll my student?
A: The following grade levels are associated with each of our buildings:
Special Education PK & Grades K-3: Ocean City Primary School
Grades 4-8: Ocean City Intermediate School
Grades 9-12: Ocean City High School
*Incoming students from UTMS and OCHS incoming School Choice Students will receive an email from the Guidance Department with more details.
*The totality of information and documentation you offer will be considered in evaluating an application, and, unless expressly required by law, the student will not be denied enrollment based on your inability to provide certain form(s) of documentation where other acceptable evidence is presented.
You will not be asked for any information or document protected from disclosure by law, or pertaining to criteria which are not legitimate bases for determining eligibility to attend school. You may voluntarily disclose any document or information you believe will help establish that the student meets the requirements of law for entitlement to attend school in the district, but we may not, directly or indirectly, require or request:
- Income tax returns
- Documentation/information relating to citizenship or immigration/visa status, unless the student holds or is applying for an F-1 visa
- Documentation/information relating to compliance with local housing ordinances or conditions of tenancy
- Social security numbers
Please be aware that any initial determination of the student’s eligibility to attend school in this district is subject to more thorough review and subsequent re-evaluation, and that tuition may be assessed in the event that an initially admitted student is later found ineligible. If your student is found ineligible, now or later, you will be provided the reasons for our decision and instructions on how to appeal.