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Robbinsdale Area Schools Enrollment Center manages the enrollment process for all new and returning K-12 students, as well as address changes. Our staff are happy to tell you more about our schools and special programs, such as Spanish immersion or dual-language, STEAM, International Baccalaureate (IB) and Advanced Placement courses. At the Enrollment Center, you can also learn about education benefits such as free and reduced lunch; busing and transportation; discuss health-related concerns and immunizations; as well as language assessment for English Learner Services.
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Magnet Lottery Application Status
Families interested in checking the status of their magnet lottery application can click here.
Families interested in open enrollment or an in-district transfer can visit our site here.
My daughter likes going to school and likes her teacher, which is a definite plus this year considering everything going on. I grew up in the district, and I don't think our public schools get enough credit. They're offering a lot of different variety than they did when I was in school, and it's kind of nice to get that as an option.
It's a district that produces. It produces for us and everyone. They offer programs where people can excel, and then they help.ROBBINSDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARENT
Make an appointment to enroll in person. Walk-in service is available on a first come, first served basis.
Avoid delays with enrollment by gathering the appropriate materials listed here.
Once a school transfer request is approved, families are not required to re-apply each year as long as the student remains in the approved school.
Download and use the fillable form. Once complete, the form can be returned by fax, email, drop-off or mail.
Bus transportation is generally not provided for students who enroll through the state open enrollment option.
Families of students approved for school transfers will need to provide their own transportation to and from any non-magnet school outside of their attendance area.
Yes, you can apply to all magnet schools. You will have equal opportunity in the lottery.
Yes. A percentage of seats are reserved for non-resident applicants.
Yes. It is recommended families also apply to their attendance area school, as a limited number of spaces are available at our magnet schools.
No. Once enrolled, students may remain at the magnet school as long as their enrollment continues uninterrupted.
Our Early Childhood Let's Get Ready for Kindergarten Family Guide has lots of information about academic standards, school contact information registration timelines, early childhood resources and more.
Visit their websites or contact the school secretaries to find out more information.
We will send email confirmation regarding receipt of both the application and Family Financial Determination form to all online applicants.
There are 88 seats at FAIR School Pilgrim Lane, 132 spots at RSI and 66 spots at SEA for incoming kindergarten students.
Yes. You must submit an application before the application deadline in order for your child to be eligible for automatic enrollment.
Free transportation is provided to residents of Robbinsdale Area Schools. North Minneapolis residents may also qualify for transportation.
"Walk zones" are established for each school. Students who live in the walk zone of their enrolled school are not eligible to ride the bus.
The lottery is only for students enrolling in kindergarten for the first time. Admission/transfer to other grade levels, including FAIR Crystal, is processed via Enrollment Options.
You can enter information for multiple students on one application form.
Lottery results are typically available beginning in early March.
By October 1, the resident school district must have one of the below forms on file for every student being homeschooled. More than one student may be listed on these forms.
The Robbinsdale Area Schools Enrollment Center supports families who decide homeschooling is the best choice for their students. Homeschools must comply with state requirements in accordance with the Minnesota Compulsory Instruction Law.
New homeschoolers can enroll at any time during the school year. In order to enroll please submit the Initial Registration Form for Unaccredited Schools. If you plan to continue homeschooling subsequent years, a Letter of Intent to Continue to Provide Instruction must be submitted to our office indicating your intent to continue homeschooling and if any changes have been made (e.g., change in test selection, updated immunization records, change of address).