Registering Your Child
2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR REGISTRATION
New student registration for the upcoming 2021-22 school year is now open for all grades. Students who are already enrolled in the district do not need to re-register.
To minimize touchpoints and support physical distancing, registration will be completed online via Infinite Campus. Families in need of additional support during the registration process may make an appointment with their student’s school and receive help in-person.
Junior and Senior Kindergarten Registration
To register for Junior Kindergarten, your child(ren) must be 4 years old on or before September 1, 2021. To register Senior Kindergarten, child(ren) must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2021.
Parents can register their children online via Infinite Campus. Instructions for online registration can be found here. If you are unable to register your child online or if you need help, please call the school (see phone numbers below) and set up an appointment to review the registration process in-person with the school’s Administrative Assistant.
Children who are currently enrolled in our 4K Junior Kindergarten program, do not need to register for SK as they are already enrolled in the district.
All documents listed below are required to complete registration and must be uploaded to Infinite Campus. If you are unable to successfully upload any or all of the required documents, you will need to make an appointment with the school to receive additional assistance.
- Child’s original birth certificate.
- Mortgage document -OR- property tax bill -OR- lease/rental agreement showing the landlord’s name and phone number.
- Current utility bill sent to your home showing your name and address.
- Your child's most up-to-date immunization record.
Parents with children who will be 4 or 5 years old on or before September 1, 2021, will need to submit their child’s most up-to-date immunization records via Infinite Campus. If you are unable to do so, please print, complete and upload this form. State law requires the school to have immunization information on file for all first-time entering students.
Main phone: 414-773-1100
Main phone: 414-773-1200
Main phone: 414-773-1300
Main phone: 414-773-1400
Main phone: 414-773-1500
Main phone: 414-773-1600
Main phone: 414-773-1700
Main phone: 414-773-1800
Wilson Elementary School
Main phone: 414-773-1900
STEM Programs and Montessori School Applications
The application period for Wauwatosa STEM (WSTEM), Underwood STEM (USTEM), Middle School STEM (MSTEM) and Wauwatosa Montessori School is Monday, February 1 - Friday, February 19, 2021. Enrollment into these schools/programs is done by lottery. Please note that your student must be registered with the district prior to submitting an application. Applications will not be accepted prior to Monday, February 1 and must be submitted via Infinite Campus no later than 4 pm on Friday, February 19, 2021.
If you have not registered your student with the Wauwatosa School District, please click here to register your student BEFORE you submit an application for STEM or Montessori.
Open seats at Montessori School are limited to Junior Kindergarten (4K), and at WSTEM and Underwood STEM, open seats are at the Senior Kindergarten (SK) level. Open seats at any other grade levels only occur if a student leaves. If there are no seats available in your child’s grade level, please feel free to apply and your child will be placed on a wait list.
If you’re interested in learning more about Montessori school, you can attend a virtual information session on Wednesday, February 3; 6-6:45 pm via Zoom (Meeting ID: 943 5183 6935; Passcode: 797941). Additional information about STEM programs can be found on each school’s website.
For information about tuition waivers, please contact the Student Services Department at (414) 773-1080.
School board policy allows families to transfer their children to attend a school within the district but outside of their attendance area if space is available. Student support services track the enrollment of students in the intradistrict transfer program. Currently, approximately 400 students attend school in a building outside of their attendance area through this option. The reasons most frequently cited for the transfer request is childcare arrangements.