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Registration & Enrollment

The MRH School District provides free public education to all students who are residents of the district and who are between the ages of five and 21 years. The admission of all students is under the direction of the superintendent and subject to approval by the Board of Education. All persons seeking admission to the district and its instructional programs must satisfactorily meet all residency, academic, age, immunization, health, disciplinary, and other eligibility prerequisites as established by Board policies, rules, and procedures, and by state law.

Board Policies
School Admissions
Admission of Resident Students

K-12 Enrollment Process

The following documentation is to be presented when enrolling students. If there are circumstances preventing parents’ or court-appointed guardians’ ability to access to any of the following documents, please call Vince Estrada, the Director of Students Services, at 314-565-7441 for assistance.   

2017-2018 K-12 Registration Packet 

Required Documentation

  • Proof of Residency: Occupancy permit listing parent / court-appointed guardian name as well as enrolling student.
  • Proof of Guardianship: Birth certificate or court documentation listing both the name of the guardian as well as the age of the enrolling student.
  • Immunization/shot record of enrolling student or exemption
  • Discipline Report (we may need to request that from the school)
  • Social Security Number of enrolling student
  • Copy of most recent report card
  • Unofficial transcript/transfer grades – High school students only

Additional Documentation – If Applicable

  • Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • 504 Plan 

Preschool Enrollment Process

The MRH School District offers a preschool program for children of residents that live within school district boundaries. The preschool program, at the MRH Early Childhood Center, is grounded in a constructivist perspective and inspired by the practices of the world-renowned preschools in Reggio Emilia, Italy. This approach to educating young children embraces the incorporation of dance, drawing, theatre, architecture and other arts as vehicles for the learning experience. Children must be at least 3 years old and potty trained to attend. Full- and half-day classes are available. Space is limited.

Documentation requirements for preschool students are the same as those listed above with the addition of the following:

2017-18 Preschool Registration