Online Enrollment

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On this page you will find a few instructions to get you started with the re-enrollment process.

Each school year, re-enrollment will be required to verify and update contact information. This includes students moving from elementary to middle and middle to high school.

If your student(s) are currently enrolled in a Pembroke Pines Charter School and looking to re-enroll for the new school year, you can get started by creating an account below. If you already have an account, please log in.

Once your account is created, you will be prompted to begin a registration for your existing student. To do so, you will first look up your student, entering their ID#, First Name, Last Name and Birthdate. A successful student lookup requires a match of the student’s First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth and Student ID.

If you are not able to successfully look up your existing student, contact your child’s school to make sure that the ID, First, Last Name and DOB that you are entering for your student are exactly what the school has on file . The enrollment form will be pre-filled once you successfully lookup your student’s record. You should review and update contact information.

Parents who re-enroll their student(s) by March 10th, 2017 will receive 1 (one) volunteer service hour, per student(s)

Before beginning the re-enrollment process, we ask that you read our Requirements & Policies.

Get answers ASAP, reference the FAQ at the top right side of the screen.

PLEASE USE THE STUDENT LOOK UP IF YOU NEED TO ENROLL BUT DO NOT SEE YOUR STUDENT LISTED ON YOUR DASHBOARD, OR LISTED BELOW ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF QUESTION i.2.


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What are Charter Schools?

A charter school is an independently run public school granted greater flexibility in its operations, in return for greater accountability for performance. The "charter" establishing each school is a performance contract detailing the school's mission, program, students served, performance goals, and methods of assessment.