ARE YOU READY TO EXPERIENCE DYSART!
Thanks for choosing to enroll your student(s) in the Dysart Unified School District! There are a variety of options for enrollment, depending on your current status and desires. Please review the choices below and select the appropriate link to begin your journey in the Dysart Unified School District.
As a convenience, parents/guardians can complete the majority of the enrollment process online. In order to finalize enrollment the following documents will be required: a government issued photo identification; birth certificate; proof of residency; and immunization records. Please note that currently enrolled Dysart 8th grade students do NOT need to complete student enrollment for high school, but will need to make Open Enrollment choices if not wanting to attend their assigned boundary high school. To determine your child’s boundary school, please refer to the boundary map.
Dysart is proud to offer top-quality preschool programs that will help prepare your child to succeed in life. We offer innovative and educationally stimulating preschool programs that feature an Arizona Early Learning Standards curriculum designed to help children develop skills in eight major content areas: Math, Science, Social Studies, Language and Literacy, Physical Development, Social and Emotional Development, Creative Arts, and Approaches to Learning.
Our mission is to help your child achieve his/her full potential academically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively. The options available to parents are Growing Minds (tuition-based), Developmental Preschool, and Peer Role Model (free at Title I schools, tuition-based at others).
There are no exceptions to the age limitations stated below.
KindergartenA student enrolling for kindergarten must be five (5) years of age on or prior to August 31 in the school year for which you are applying (ARS 15-821).
First GradeA student enrolling in first grade must be six (6) years of age on or before August 31 in the school year for which you are applying (ARS 15-821).
All children in the United States are entitled to a basic public elementary and secondary education regardless of their race, color, national origin, citizenship, immigration status, or the status of their parents/guardians. School districts that either prohibit or discourage children from enrolling in schools because they or their parents/guardians are not U.S. citizens or are undocumented may be in violation of Federal law. Click one of the links below to find out more facts about enrollment policies: