Enrollment & Registration
For students new to Shorewood High School, getting ready to attend takes two steps: Enrollment and registration.
Step 1: Enrolling in Shoreline School District
Students who are not currently enrolled in a Shoreline school and live within the boundary for Shorewood High School must enroll online before registering for classes.
Documents required for enrollment:
- Proof of residency (such as utility bill, mortgage statement, or lease agreement)
- Immunization records
- Unofficial transcript or academic record (when a student is accepted, Shorewood will request an official student record from their prior school)
Registrar Lexi Langsted
Contact Ms. Langsted about:
- Student enrollment
- Class registration
- Student withdrawal
- Changes to student information
Counseling Secretary Pam Hurley
Contact Ms. Hurley about:
- Student records requests
- McKinney Vento Liaison
- Transcript requests
Step 2: Class Registration
Class Registration for New Shorewood Students
When enrollment has been completed, please complete the grade-appropriate course request from:
Important Information About Class Request Forms
These documents are PDFs that may be completed electronically using Acrobat Reader or similar service; however, they require student and parent/guardian signature, so they must be printed, signed, and then scanned in or a clear mobile photo taken.
When completing the form, take note of the required areas and ensure a course is requested in each of those credit areas. Overall credit requested will add up to a total of more credits than a student will actually take. This ensures options, as elective spaces may be limited in requested courses, period conflicts may arise, or a requested course may not run due to low overall request numbers. It is also possible that a student will be placed in a class that they did not request due to availability or period conflict; and meeting graduation requirements will be the primary consideration when such class placement is made.
The Shoreline School District Course Guide is a useful resource when selecting classes:
Submit completed class registration forms to: email@example.com