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Welcome to Mount Laurel! Parents of New Students Only may begin the registration process online here by using the links provided below:
 
The school you are registering for depends upon where you live in Mount Laurel. Our geographic sending areas are bordered by major roadways within Mount Laurel. Please use this link to determine your Sending Area. If you have difficulty identifying your school based on where you live, contact our Office of Communication Services at 856-235-3387, extension 1.
 
If You Are Registering a New Student for
  ALL GRADES FOR NEXT YEAR (2020-2021):
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If You Are Registering a New Student for
Any Grade Level (Kindergarten to Grade 8)
for the CURRENT SCHOOL YEAR (2019-2020):  
 
Documents required to enroll your child:
  1. Birth Certificate (original)
  2. Three proofs of residency
  One proof may be a copy of deed or settlement/mortgage/lease papers or agreement of sale.
  The other two proofs may be copies of current utility bills.
  3. Immunization records  (Your start date in our schools may be delayed without these records.)
  (both valid 1 year from date of exam)
 
Please also provide the following documentation if applicable:
  1. Custody Documentation
  2. Current standardized test results, required for students entering 5-8th grade
  3. Current report card, required for students entering 5-8th grade
  4. Child Study Team IEP documents
 
The Documentation Process has changed due to school closures.
At this time you are being asked to send all supporting documents electronically. Please either take a picture or scan the documents listed above and email them to our registrar. Be sure to include your student's name and school on the communication. Once documents have been verified and confirmed you will be mailed additional paperwork along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to remit to Central Registration. 
Your cooperation in this new process is greatly appreciated and your prompt attention enables us to prepare properly for your student in the fall.  

If Your Family Is New To The District ...Top of Page

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If your family is new to the Mount Laurel community, you will want to register students as soon as you are settled. Throughout the school year, you may register your child at the school he or she will attend. Here's our geographic breakdown on the elementary school sending areas based on your new address.