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Student Registration


Starting June 1st, 2015, parents of students at all BPS101 schools who need to register their student(s) must register their student(s) at Rosalie Jones Administration Center, located at 335 W. Wilson Street.  The Rosalie Jones Administration Center will be open Monday – Thursday from 8AM to 3PM in July.


Register a Returning Student

Parents and guardians may register returning students for the upcoming school year through the PowerSchool Parent Portal.

Enroll a New Student

Students new to the District must complete the following steps to enroll:

  1. Contact your local school.  If you don't know which school to contact, please see our school boundary map.

  2. Provide documentation of residency.  To prove residency within the District, the following documents must be provided:

    • Student's birth certificate

    • Latest tax bill, mortgage, or lease

    • 2 forms of ID that have your name and current address

  3. Register online.  With proof of residency, your local school will provide you access to our online registration system.  To register your child you will need to provide the following:

    • Parent/ guardian contact information

    • Emergency contact information

    • Medical history, including immunizations

    • Other required documentation

    • A written request to transfer records from previous school, if applicable

  4. Pay school fees.  Payments for school fees and activities are payable online by check or credit card.

* If you do not have access to a computer, you may use a computer at your local school, the Batavia Public Library, or the Rosalie Jones Administration Center.

Need Help?

For questions about student enrollment and registration, please contact the school or send a message to


The Selective Service System requires all young men to register within 30 days before or after their 18th birthday. You may register online at

By federal law, military recruiters and institutions of higher education are entitled to a list of names, addresses, and telephone numbers of high school students unless you object to such release.