Enrollment Information



Enrollment Information

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School of Choice - 2017-2018 School year

Students residing outside of the YCS district boundaries but living within Washtenaw County or a contiguous county, are eligible to enroll as a school of choice student.
School of choice application form
Application for 2017-2018

School Of Choice Windows

Fall 2017 SOC April 10, 2017 - October 4, 2017
Spring SOC December 1, 2017 - February 7, 2018

Fall 2016 Student Referral Form

Link to student referral form.


Kindergarten 2017-18 Enrollment Information
 

  • Children five years of age on September 1, 2017 may enroll without additional requirements related to age.
  • Children five years of age between September 2, 2017 and not later than December 1, 2017 may be enrolled if the parent/legal guardian submits a written request for enrollment. 

YCS Online Registration

New Student to Ypsilanti Community School?
Link to Registration Gateway

YCS Student Information Updates

Link to Student Information Updates

YCS Registration Packet

PDF DocumentLink to Registration Packet.


Home Language

Home Language Survey
Home Language Survey - Spanish Version


Immunization Waiver

Link to Waiver.
Link to Waiver - Spanish Version.

New Vaccine Waiver Rules

Link to New Vaccine Waiver Rules

Residency Affidavit 

Link to Residency Affidavit

Truancy Protocol 

Link to Truancy Protocol


Enrollment Information:

YCS school offices are open for enrollment

Link to Schools


VLAC Enrollment Information -

2016-17 School Year
Virtual Learning Academy Consortium (VLAC) offers a choice for parents who want to be more directly involved in their child’s education.
Link to VLAC Enrollment Information

Important Information: 


Street Index For School Buildings  Excel Document

Street Index For School Buildings   PDF Document 


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC has provided guidance for early childhood programs that can be accessed at: Link to more information. This document includes guidance for child care programs to follow state and local immunization requirements and also discusses what to do if a case of measles occurs in your program.

CDC has provided sample materials and articles to share with parents in newsletters, web pages, or other publications.