Enrollment and Registration
Freeport School District Registration
Freeport School District uses InfoSnap for our new student enrollment process. If you do not have access to a computer, computers are available at the Enrollment and Transportation Center, the Freeport Public Library and the Boys and Girls Club of Freeport. View a Map of the ETC
**************FIRST DAY EXCLUSION************
All students entering Kindergarten, 6, and 9 grade will need proof of immunizations and Illinois School Physical to be able to start school, students coming from out of state have 30 days to be in compliance.
***Due to COVID-19 First Day Exclusion will not be enforced. Families will have until OCTOBER 15, 2020 to have all required immunizations and physicals turned in.***
To register a kindergarten or new student for the 2020-2021 school year, use the following links:
2020-2021 New Student Registration (English)
2020-2021 Inscribir Nuevo Alumno (Spanish)
If you are new to the district and are unsure which school your child will attend, please contact the Freeport School District Enrollment and Transportation Center at (815) 232-0580, or chose "unknown" while filling out your forms and we will assist you when you come in to finalize enrollment.
New students and existing students use different forms for registration. A new student would not have attended FSD145 schools in the past.
Freeport School District 145 Blended Preschool enrollment is limited. Children must attend a Preschool Screening to get on the wait list. Call 815-801-0372 to make an appointment for screening and learn about the process.
- Each child that is being enrolled will be placed in their neighborhood school based on your address.
- Enrollment is not finalized until the parent/guardian comes to the Enrollment and Transportation Center with proof of residency, ID, and birth certificate. View a Map of the ETC There is also a secure drop box located outside the enrollment door for document/form drop-offs.
- For the 2020-2021 school year, all Kindergarten, 6th, 9th, and 12th-grade students and new students must have the respective physical and be able to show they are up to date on all immunizations before starting school.
- Parents may choose to enroll their child in a half-day Kindergarten option. Parents choosing to enroll their child in half-day Kindergarten must still complete all registration forms. There is no "short" form for half-day Kindergarten.
Book rental fees may be paid at any time and will be available once schedules are complete.
High School- $100.00
Middle School- $75.00
Fee waivers will be available in late July and will be accepted until September 25, 2019, for the 2020-2021 school year. Students who enroll after September 27th are still eligible for a fee waiver. Please contact the Enrollment and Transportation Center.
All fees are payable at your student's school, the Enrollment and Transportation Center, or online.
Please do not pay for elective courses until you have received your child's schedule.
First Day Exclusion
Your child (grades K, 6, 9, and all new students) must have an Illinois School Physical and all immunizations up-to-date and on file with the school nurse students coming from out of state have 30 days to be in compliance.
Important: Please retain a copy of all forms for your records before mailing or dropping the originals off at the Enrollment and Transportation Center.
If you have questions about how to complete the registration forms or which forms you are required to complete for your child, please contact the Enrollment and Transportation Center.