Enrollment & Registration

Enrollment for the 2023-24 school year at Solis Park will begin early March 2023. Please check back then for more information. 

Enrollment for new students
  • New to the district and want to enroll now in IUSD? Please begin the IUSD enrollment process by completing the IUSD Online Application HERE.
  • All of the enrollment documents must be uploaded through the Aeries Online registration. If you are unable to upload or have any questions, please contact SolisPark@iusd.org.
  • After you have submitted the IUSD Online Application, please call our office or contact SolisPark@iusd.org to make an appointment to complete enrollment.
  • Enrollment is completed in person. Please be sure to bring in original documents to the appointment.
  • Enrollment Documents

 

Enrollment for current or previously enrolled and returning students

For current OR previously enrolled and returning IUSD students and families with any questions, please contact SolisPark@iusd.org
 

School choice requests

School Choice requests for IUSD (Northern Sphere) Elementary Schools for the 2023-24 school year is open. Please submit request at link below:

 2023-24 IUSD NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SCHOOL CHOICE REQUEST FORM

School Choice Request Window will be open from January 3, 2023 to Friday, February 24, 2023. 

SCHOOL CHOICE GUIDELINES:
Reflecting the belief that parents should have a choice of schools, the Irvine Unified School District established at its inception an Intradistrict/School Choice Policy. This policy provides the opportunity for parents who reside in the district to enroll their student in any school within the district on a space available basis.

Each school is required to serve the students who live within its attendance area prior to accepting any students from outside its boundary. To determine your assigned neighborhood school, simply input your address in the School Locator map (found on our website at http://www.iusd.org/enrollment/index.html).

Though the district supports parental choice and is committed to School Choice, once enrollment reaches school capacity, that school or grade level will be closed to School Choice. The following conditions also restrict the opportunities for School Choice:

- Approvals are for one year and are reviewed each year.
- Parents must provide transportation.
- Space must be available at the requested school.
- Transition to middle school or high school is based not on previous school of enrollment, but on the school attendance area assigned to the neighborhood of residence.

APPROVAL PROCESS FOR Intradistrict/School Choice:
To assure that the approval process for those interested in School Choice is random and unbiased, a waiting list is maintained at each school based on an annual lottery. The deadline for submitting a request is February 24th, 2023. Based on forms submitted by the deadline, principals draw names and establish waiting lists (by grade level at the elementary level). Requests received after the deadline are added to the school's waiting list on a first-come, first-serve basis.

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS:
When making the commitment for your child to attend the School of Choice - pursuant to IUSD's Intradistrict/School Choice Policy - your student(s) may be refused enrollment at their neighborhood school for the balance of the same academic year due to restricted space.

Student(s) may be transferred back to his/her school of residence for any of the following reasons: (1) unsatisfactory attendance, (2) continual tardiness, (3) failure of the parent/ guardian to make adequate transportation arrangements, (4) unsatisfactory behavior, (5) no longer residing within IUSD boundaries.

Acceptance at the School of Choice is for one year and is reviewed each year. Should space availability at the School of Choice for the following year become an issue, provisionally enrolled students are subject to return to their neighborhood school. Under such circumstances, students will be returned on the basis of their enrollment date with last enrollees being the first to return to their neighborhood school. Please note that the school will make every effort to continue enrollment of all students whenever possible; however, it is the primary responsibility of the school to serve the needs of the immediate neighborhood first.