Register

This section is only for returning students or students who have already been offered admission and who have accepted their spot at KIPP. 


KAPS 2017-2018 Registration Information

Online Registration:

KIPP Austin Public Schools online registration window is now open, through the beginning of May 2017. Parents/guardians are required to complete online registration for both “new-to-KIPP” and current KIPP students. 

Please note that in order to fully complete the registration process, families must provide schools additional documentation listed below for (see checklist) “new” and “returning” KIPP students. Additionally, families are required to attend with their student(s) the KAPS Orientation day in July 2017.  On the assigned day, families will need to complete remaining paperwork,  pay activity fees, complete a meal application, buy uniform shirts, and obtain other important information, including transportation.  

 

 

Checklist for NEW students:

In order to fully register, please bring a copy the following documents to your school appointment:

  • Health insurance information, if available
  • Student’s Social Security card, if available
  • Student’s birth certificate
  • Student’s most recent Immunization/Shot Records
  • Student’s most recent TAKS/STAR results (K-2 students excluded), and a report card/ transcript
  • Student’s most recent report card
  • Parent/Guardian’s current driver’s license or ID Card with photo
  • Proof of Residency (recent bill with name and address, rental/lease documents, etc.)
  • TANF/SNAP Form in order to complete Meal Application (if applicable)
  • Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan (if applicable)

Checklist for Returning students:

Please provide a copy following documents in order to complete registration:

  • Student’s most recent Immunization/Shot Records
  • Health insurance information, if available
  • Parent/Guardian’s current driver’s license or ID Card with photo
  • Proof of Residency (recent bill with name and address, rental/lease documents, etc.)

Health Information:

Immunizations are a critical part of public health, and Texas law requires students in Texas schools to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. Please be aware that students without the required immunizations or a valid exemption will not be allowed to attend school. Please click "immunization requirements" to see a list of the required vaccination shots. You can also click "locations" to identify a clinic that provides vaccination services.