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New Student Registration


Prior to enrolling at GHS, all new students and families must complete the GPS Registration Process.  GPS utilizes an online platform for intital registration for all students new to the District.  

Once all of the required registration information and documentation is reviewed and approved by the District, families will be contacted by the GHS Registrar to have their student come to GHS to take placement tests.  These tests assess students in the areas of reading, writing, math, and world language.  After placement tests have been completed and reviewed, families will be contacted to make an appointment to meet the student's counselor and begin the process of course selection.

Please allow at least 5-10 business days to complete the registration process:

Key Dates:

  • Parents of incoming 9th grade students registered by April 1 will be invited to attend a House Orientation program in late April.
  • Students registered by May 15 will meet with their counselor to select courses prior to the end of the school year.
  • Students registered after May 15 will meet with their counselor to select courses the week prior to school starting.
  • Students registered by August 21 will be able to meet with their counselor, attend orientation (August 29), and start on the first day of school (August 30).
  • Students registered after August 21 are not guaranteed to be ready to start on the first day of school.
  • Schedules will be available one to two days prior to the start of school. Students will be notified by email when their schedules are ready to be viewed in Aspen.

A student is considered fully registered when ALL registration, residency, and health documents have been submitted and approved, and placement testing has been completed and reviewed.

Questions? Please contact the GHS Registrar, Anne Kelly
phone: (203) 863-8844

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Health Forms and Immunizations are required for all new students registering to attend the Greenwich Public Schools and again as they enter grades 3, 6 and 10. Please be sure to look at the Health and Athletic sections for the necessary forms. We cannot start the enrollment process until our health department has cleared your child's immunization record.

Upon Verification of Residency at the school, and proper completion of all other requirements, we will schedule an English & Math placement tests along with World Language placement tests, if applicable. If you have a child whose first language is other than English, he/she will be evaluated by the ESL (English as a Second Language) staff.

The Town of Greenwich Immigration Resource Guide (Guía de Recurso Para Inmigrantes) is intended to provide new members of our community and our country with help in navigating their new surroundings and in finding services, such as childcare, healthcare, employment, housing and legal services. These services will enable immigrants to lead healthy, safe, and productive lives in Connecticut or surrounding states.