Registering for School
Applications for enrollment are available in the office between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from April until mid-June for registration the following fall. The school is closed in July and reopens in late August. In order to process an application, contact the office at 323-255-1419 to make a registration appointment. Applications will not be processed until all of the requirements listed below are completed.
All of the following information is needed to register for school:
- Child needs to be present
- Completed enrollment form
- Completed white health card
- Completed orange health card (filled out by doctor)
- Legal proof of birth: Must bring in original birth certificate (not a copy or the hospital certificate), passport or baptismal certificate for the child
- Verification of address: All documentation must be current and must identify the parent or legal guardian and show the current date, as well as residential address. Acceptable forms of address verification, include: escrow papers, property taxes, or rental agreement. Additionally, a DWP (electric) or Gas Company bill must be shown as proof of residence. No telephone bills, tax returns, or rent receipts can be accepted.
- If your child is entering grades 1 - 6, we must have a report card to verify grade placement. If your child already attends a LAUSD school, a P.A.R. (Pupil Accounting Report) from the current school is required.
Record of immunizations must be current for the following and indicate the month/date/year administered:
- Mantoux tuberculosis (TB) test: including written results; must be administered within 1 year prior to the date school begins
- Hepatitis B: 3 doses
- DPT: 4 doses, one of which must be administered on or after the 4th birthday
- Polio: 4 doses, one of which must be administered on or after the 4th birthday
- MMR: 2 doses which must be administered after the 1st birthday
- Varicella (chicken pox) - Required for Kindergarten entry only
New Student Orientations
This orientation is typically held a few days to a week before school begins. Check the Calendar for Orientation Dates. Parents and students meet the school principal, kindergarten teachers, and other school staff members. There are fun activities for children and an opportunity for parents to ask questions about the school. Kindergarten orientation is primarily an opportunity to help children to look forward to coming to school in September and to begin to build an important partnership between home and school. Kindergarten orientation is designed to help parents enroll their children, including the completion of health forms, and to assist students in becoming acquainted with future friends and the school environment.
New Family Orientation (for Transfer Students in Grades 1-6)
This brief orientation is held the first day of school in the Library. The principal gives an overview of life at Dahlia Heights, policies, and welcomes questions from the families.
Sixth Grade Orientation
This important informational meeting is held a few days to a week before school each year. This meeting covers events and activities related to Sixth Grade, including fundraising for the fun and educational Sixth Grade Trip to Catalina Island that takes place in late May each year.