The Centralized Student Services Center is where all students new to Hemet Unified School District will be registered to attend school. The Central Registration Office in the CSSC will be the first point of contact and we help ensure your registration process is easy and convenient. Before making the trip to the CSSC, be sure you have met the Registration Requirements.
Kindergarten Registration will begin April 15, 2014. Registration for the 2014-15 school year for grades 1-12 begins on May 19, 2014. All registration forms may be found on the Forms page.
Before a student may attend a Hemet Unified School District school, the registration process must be completed. The following requirements must be met:
Verification of Parent/Guardian Identity
Any one of the following items (with picture) is acceptable verification of identity:
Birth Date Verification
Verification of birth date must be provided. The following documents qualify as verification:
Evidence of Residency
Two forms of verification of residency must be provided. The following items will serve as verification:
Verification of Immunizations
Proof of the following immunizations must be provided and proper intervals between doses must be observed, or additional immunizations will be required. Minimum immunization requirements are:
Students enrolling for kindergarten and first grade must show proof of physical examination. A copy of the physical exam, showing blood, urine, vision and audiometric testing is required. Physical forms may be obtained through CSSC to take to your health care provider or your pediatrician or family doctor may have the form available.
Oral Health Assessment
Students enrolling for the first time in public school, in kindergarten or first grade are to have a dental check-up by May 31st of the first school year. An evaluation within 12 months prior to school entry will meet this requirement.
Oral health education materials and the assessment form to be completed by a licensed dental professional will be provided to parents who are registering their children for public school for the first time, in either kindergarten or first grade.