Enrollment & Records

Enrollment & Records

Welcome Center
The Welcome Center hours are Monday-Friday 8:30-3:30. We do ask that only one representative per family attends the appointment to limit exposure and over crowding. Masks are required to enter the building. We ask for your patience as we continue enrollment for the 20-21 school year. Because information is constantly changing, we will do our best to provide updates in a timely fashion. 

Welcome to Reynoldsburg City Schools! We are excited that you have chosen to enroll your student as they begin, or continue, their education journey. Reynoldsburg City Schools has high-quality schools and programs to meet every child’s needs. Whether you’re interested in traditional schools, or one of our schools of choice featuring STEM, computer science, performing arts, business and law, or career-technical programming, you’ll find we offer top-notch programs that will help your child to learn, dream, and succeed.

2020 – 2021 New Student Registration

Students who RESIDE WITHIN the RCSD Boundaries

Residential Enrollment Applications are only available for PICK-UP at the Welcome Center.  This includes enrollment for new resident students (Kindergarten - 12th grade).

All required documents must be submitted with the completed application by the custodial parent/guardian.  Incomplete applications WILL NOT be accepted.


Students who RESIDE OUTSIDE the RCSD Boundaries


2020-2021 Preschool Registration
  • Preschool Enrollment is now CLOSED

Welcome Center
1555 Graham Road
(Entrance on the south end of the building)

8:30am-3:30pm Monday-Friday

Making changes?

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All residency and custody changes must be reported to Reynoldsburg Welcome Center located at 1555 Graham Road within 10 days of the legal date change.

• Any changes in residency — moving within or out of Reynoldsburg City School District boundaries — requires new proof of residency be presented in the form of a signed lease or settlement statement.

• Custody changes — including divorce or changes in existing shared parenting plans — require finalized court papers to be on file, in accordance with Ohio law.

Failure to present required documents will constitute a falsification of applications and/or enrollment documents resulting in denial of all new or existing Open Enrollment, Intra-district Agreement, or School of Choice requests.

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