Registration Process for New and Transfer Students

Thank you for your interest in enrolling your student at Glenbard East High School.  The following is necessary to assure your student gets enrolled at the school.

 

New Student Pre-Registrationlink external

  • After clicking the underlined “New Student Pre-Registration” link above here, either create an account or sign in.
  • Entering information on the New Student Pre-Registration website will put your student in our computer system so we can proceed with your registration.
  • If you do not have access to a computer, computers are available at Glenbard East.

Residency Verificationlink external

  • After clicking the underlined “Residency Verification” link above here, scroll down to the Category A and Category B columns.  Those columns list ALL of the required documents.
  • If you reside with someone else, you will need to download and print the Residency Affidavit form (PDF).  After downloading the form and printing it. . .
    • Fill out the form (be sure all requested information is complete).
    • Have the form notarized.

In addition, the owner or the person you are residing with must provide at least one document from Category A and at least one document from Category B.

  • Please also bring the following:
    • Original birth certificate
    • Health records (immunizations & IL 9th grade physical exam are required by the state of Illinois)
    • Custody documents (if applicable)
    • If your student is transferring in from an Illinois school, please also bring an ISBE form (given upon withdrawal from your student’s previous school).

The following documentation is helpful to ensure your student will be placed in the appropriate classes:

  • School records, including. . .
    • Transcript
    • List of classes your student would have been taking this year (if possible)
  • Standardized test scores (Explore, PSAE, ISAT, Access/WAPT)
  • ELL services (if applicable)
  • Current/Prior special education services (if applicable)

After your student’s information has been entered into Infosnap, residency has been verified, and ALL other necessary paperwork has been turned in, your student will be given an enrollment appointment with a counselor to choose classes for the coming school year.

Additional information:

  • If you are new to the country, we will need a physical and immunization record from the state of Illinois.
  • If English is your student’s secondary language, your student may be tested for fluency before scheduling a counselor appointment.
  • If your student has a previous IEP, the Special Education department will need to review it before a counselor appointment can be made.

We look forward to meeting you and your student soon!