Enrollment for the 2023-24 school year is now open!
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Families who live outside the district or school boundaries are required to be approved for Open Enrollment. When submitting an application for enrollment through the online portal, records are automatically routed for District action based on student address and school selected. Once the application is reviewed and, if approved, registration is then finalized by the school. If not approved, the District will reach out with alternative options, if available. This applies to new families who live outside of Kyrene boundaries, or families wishing to transfer a student to an out-of-boundary school.
Board Policy JFB (JFB Spanish) and its regulation JFB-R (JFB-R Spanish) govern the open enrollment program as set forth in A.R.S. §15-816 et seq. Select the links to learn more detailed information about eligibility and acceptance procedures. Additionally, printed versions will be provided upon request. Kyrene welcomes open enrollment applications from students with disabilities.
School Attendance Areas
Students are assigned to a home school according to their street address.
Kyrene School District comprises 26 schools (17 elementary, six middle, and three K-8). The District boundaries encompass all of Ahwatukee and parts of Chandler, Guadalupe, Tempe, and the Gila River Indian Reservation. Enter home address in the search field of the school boundaries map to find nearby schools.
To learn more about bus eligibility and home school assignment, enter your address in our transportation portal.
Kyrene enrolls approximately 14,000 students in grades K-8 and offers preschool options on every single elementary school campus.