Student Registration


Online Student Registration
Is Available for NEW Students to the District!
(Students currently attending any Bremerton school in grades K-11 do not need to register.
Preschool students WILL need to register for Kindergarten.)

Bremerton School District looks forward to offering your child a quality education, every day. Year-round registration is available for all Bremerton Schools. Parents can register at your local school or visit our District Administration Building, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. The District Office is located at 134 Marion Ave N, Bremerton, WA 98312.

What do I need to enroll my student? 
To enroll, you will need to provide the following information:
  • A copy of a Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Records
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Previous School Records (these can be request from the previous school when you register)

How do I register online?
Parents can easily begin the registration process online using Infosnap. Just three easy steps:
  1. Create an account in Infosnap.
  2. Complete all the required information and click "submit."
  3. Bring required documents to your school or the District Office to complete the registration process.
If you have any questions or difficulty with online registration, please call 360.473.1076 or 360.473.1006.
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Registration Forms
Parents can also enroll their student(s) by completing the required forms below and returning them to your neighborhood school or the District Office.
Mountain View Middle School Student Course Request Form
Immunization Requirements

The State of Washington requires all children entering Kindergarten or sixth grade to have a series of three Hepatitis B vaccinations as well as immunization against Polio, Diphtheria/Tetanus, Rubella, Mumps, and Measles, and Varicella (Chickenpox) before they enter school. Starting this year, sixth grade students are required to have an additional Tetanus (Tdap) vaccine. A second measles immunization (MMR) is also required before your child can enter kindergarten or the sixth grade.


If parents/guardians choose to exempt their child from one or more of the required vaccines, they must complete the Certificate of Exemption (DOH 348-106). All exemptions must have a licensed health care provider sign and date the form where indicated. A health care provider does not need to sign the form for parents/guardians who show membership in a church or religious body that does not allow medical care from a health care provider.

An additional vaccine called Gardasil is now available for girls and young women ages 9 and up. This vaccine can help protect against some strains of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted disease which can cause cancer. Many health officials recommend this vaccine, but it is not required for school.

The District requires proof of immunization before your child can be officially enrolled. If your child has not received their immunizations or if you would like more information on the HPV vaccine, please contact your doctor or health department at 360.337.5235

Enrollment for Non-Resident Students

Students who live outside the District’s boundaries are welcome to attend Bremerton Schools, as long as the school has sufficient space and parents are willing to provide transportation. A Choice Transfer Request Form must be submitted and approved, including release approval from home district, before a student can be registered for classes.  PLEASE NOTE:  Students must begin this process with their home districts by completing a Choice Transfer Request available at their school or district office.

For more information about non-resident enrollment, please contact Michelle Gatmen at 360.473.1006. 

Open Enrollment
Bremerton School District’s Open Enrollment Policy #3130 allows elementary students to live in one school attendance area and attend school in another attendance area based on approval by Building Principal and the Superintendent. Open enrollment is granted on space availability. Parents must complete an Open Enrollment Application and submit it to desired school.

FREE All-Day Kindergarten

Bremerton Schools are proud to offer one of the best FREE All-Day Kindergarten programs in the state! This program is available to children who live in or have child care in the Bremerton School District attendance area and Jackson Park residents. Out-of-district students can also attend this program, as space permits. To find out more about FREE All-Day Kindergarten and our Spanish Immersion program, please visit our Kindergarten page.

Early Entrance Kindergarten

Children who turn five between September 1st and October 31st may also be eligible to enroll in kindergarten, if they pass an Early Entrance Test (scholarships are available for free and reduced lunch program participants). There is an $80 non-refundable fee for this test. 
For the 2015-16 parents can sign up for the Early Entrance Test from March 1 through June15, 2015. Testing will be held August. No make-up tests will be given.

The testing takes 1.5 hours to complete using the DIBELS (Dynamic Inventory of Basic Early Literacy Skills) and the DIAL-R (Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning). To find out more about our kindergarten or Early Entrance program, please call Special Programs at 360.473.1061.  
Release of Student Information / Photo Release

In accordance with federal and state laws, the Bremerton School District may release student directory information for various purposes. Additionally, the Community Relations Department and district staff may take photographs of students and school activities which may appear in various District materials, including the District’s website (, newsletters, yearbooks, calendars, etc. Parents and eligible students have a right to opt out of the inclusion of information about their student by completing a Release of Student Information & Photo Release “Opt Out” Form and submit it to your child's school.

Enrollment Options
Most students in Washington go to the public schools that are closest to their homes. But parents and guardians have many enrollment options for their kids. Students can attend an approved private school, enroll in an Alternative Learning Experience program (such as an online school), be taught at home, etc.. In some circumstances, they also can transfer to other schools within or outside the district in which they live. The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction has published a booklet to answer the most commonly asked questions about the Learning by Choice law. Learn More

For all other questions about registration, please call 360.473.1076.



Last Modified on March 18, 2015