Registration - General Requirements
Attendance zone information for all Katy ISD schools can be found by using the Student Assignment by Residential Address (SARA) application or mobile app. This app provides the ability to search by a specific address or you can select any campus to see what subdivisions and apartment complexes it serves.
Katy ISD will be using PowerSchool Registration, an easy to use, online registration system for new student registration. A new student is defined as new to Katy ISD and having never attended a school in Katy ISD, or a previous Katy ISD student who is re-enrolling. You still must go to your child's campus to complete the registration process:
Pre-Registration for 2020-2021 for all grade levels will open on May 11, 2020 and will close on June 26, 2020
If you are new to Katy ISD and Pre-Registering your student for the upcoming 2020 - 2021 school year, please click on the link below to begin the pre-registration process. Prior to beginning the online registration form, gather the necessary documents* to upload into PowerSchool.
You may be contacted about additional documents needed to complete your student's registration. A campus, or district representative will contact you at a later date if needed.
* For specific information on registration requirements, please read below.
The following documents are required upon time of enrollment on campus:
Proof of residence (see "Residency Requirements" below)
Official birth certificate or passport of student
Social Security Card for your child (if SSN provided)
Government issued Identification Card of the person registering the child
Proof of immunizations - legible in English (see Immunization Requirements below)
Report card or transcript from the school most recently attended, including 8th grade records if enrolling in high school
Exhibit B: Enrollment Authorization Form – use when parent cannot come to enroll the student and is sending someone else in his/her place. (En Español)
Exhibit C: Application for Determination of a Minor's Bona Fide Residence - use this when the student resides with someone other than the parent. (En Español)
At the time of registration, parents must bring proof of residence dated within the past 30 days, showing the parent/guardian's name and street address. A recent utility bill (electric, water, or gas), a house or apartment lease agreement, or an earnest money or purchase contract and a letter from a mortgage company indicating loan approval or proof from the home builder/realtor of cash payment verification. If a lease agreement or purchasing paperwork is provided at the time of registration, a utility bill must be provided within 30 days of occupancy.
Notice: It is a felony to falsify residency information for enrollment purposes (Texas State Penal Code, Section 27.10).
The following items may also be required based on residency status:
Registration information for buying or leasing new homes
Attending a campus based on a future residence is called Intended Residency.
If you live outside Katy ISD boundaries, move-in must occur within 60 days.
If you live inside Katy ISD boundaries, move-in must occur with 5 months.
Transfer requests are not required if move-in occurs between the first day of school and September 1st.
Transfers based on Intended Residency, for the current school year, may not be submitted after Spring Break.
Please use the following link to access the transfer application: Transfer Application for 2019-2020 school year
Proof of immunization must also be provided during registration. Student immunizations must be as up-to-date as medically feasible and must be certified by a doctor or public health official. A student will not be allowed to attend class if immunization records are not presented at enrollment. A full list of required immunizations, including information about provisional enrollment, can be downloaded from the
Health Services Department. For more information, contact the Katy ISD Health Services department at (281) 396-2629.
Katy ISD follows the Texas Department of State Health Services recommendation for immunization compliance in order for a student to attend school. The law requires that all students be up-to-date as medically feasible in order to attend classes. The immunization vaccine requirements for each grade level are listed on the Katy ISD website. Exemptions to the immunization requirements are allowable on an individual basis for medical contraindications, reasons of conscience-including religious belief, and active duty with the armed forces of the United States. For further information visit the
Texas Department of State Health Services website.
Bus transportation is provided for elementary students who live more than a half mile radius from school and secondary students who live more than a one mile radius from school. Bus route information can be found online starting July 19th. Bus route wall maps are also posted at all schools.
For other transportation information, call:
Lester F. Reinecker II East Transportation Center: (281) 396-2700
Anna Baker West Transportation Center: ( 281) 396-7560
Cyndy Self South Transportation Center: (281) 396-2115
Please call the Office of Counseling at (281) 396-7409 with questions regarding K-12 registration.