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San Dieguito Union High School District

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Information about citizenship/immigration status is never needed for school enrollment. A Social Security number is never needed for school enrollment.
 
 
 
 
Student Privacy 101 - video which explains rights related to student information and records.
 
For information regarding our nutrition program and for links to the online Free and Reduced Meal Application, please visit Nutrition Services.

Update 5/11/2020

Pursuant to San Diego Public Health Order, all SDUHSD school sites and the District office are closed indefinitely. We apologize for any inconvenience. Students will not be able to enroll in person during this time and should follow the below online enrollment steps and the school will contact you to complete the enrollment process. 

 

"Per Board Policy 5111.1, students must reside within district boundaries or fulfill the district residency requirements through other means as allowed by law. To provide families with flexibility during this COVID-19 pandemic, this requirement will be waived until September 8, 2020. Students not meeting the requirements of Board Policy 5111.1 on this date will be disenrolled and may enroll in the district boundary school upon their return."

Enrollment

Enrollment

Welcome to SDUHSD!

 

Our teachers, administrators and support staff are committed to academic excellence and quality service for our district families and students in grades 7-12. SDUHSD enrolls all students who currently reside within district attendance attendance boundaries. The district does not accept international exchange students and does not participate in the I-20 program. Board Policy 5111.1 outlines district residency criteria. We hope to make the enrollment process as efficient as possible.

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