Oak Park, MI. 48237
The Enrollment Office is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8am to 4pm and Thursdays from 8am to 6:30pm.
Contact: Rebecca Luddington firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also call: 248-336-7708 or 248-336-7707
Oak Park Schools offers exceptional pre-school through 5th grade learning environments at Einstein, Key, and Pepper Elementary Schools. Both pre-school and kindergarten offerings at all three schools provides a full day learning experience in our early childhood classrooms. All of our elementary schools offer rigorous academics, arts, athletics, technology, world languages, and robotics, and so much more.
Our secondary programs feature an exceptional educational experience that prepares middle school learners, grades 6-8, to become critical thinkers at Oak Park Preparatory Academy (OPPA). Our middle school learning environment offers rigorous academics, arts, athletics, technology, world languages, and robotics, and so much more.
The OPHS Freshman Institute (9th grade) offers one-to-one technology in a single grade academy, where students are supported during their first year of high school. This is a very unique setting, with wraparound services that keep students on track from start to finish. Our 9th grade only learning environment offers rigorous academics, arts, athletics, technology, world languages, and robotics, and so much more.
Oak Park High School offers three career academies to our 10th – 12th grade students, along with opportunities for advanced placement and vocational training. Students can take courses at Oakland Schools Technical Center, Center for Advanced Studies and Arts, or dual enroll for college credit. Our high school learning environment offers rigorous academics, arts, athletics, technology, world languages, and robotics, and so much more.
NOVA Discipline Academy offers support for students 8-17 who need a non-traditional learning environment, while the Oak Park Alternative Education Center offers opportunities to students ages 15-21 who want to earn a high school diploma, as well as, follow a career pathway by taking classes in the career focused area of their choice.
All students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities which enhance their educational experience. Oak Park School District offers learning opportunities that prepare students for the 21st century.
Forms and documents for enrolling your child. Please note that all Schools of Choice Students must fill out a Schools of Choice Form in addition to the applicable grade enrollment form.
- Schools of Choice Enrollment Form
- Preschool Enrollment Form
- Kindergarten Enrollment Form
- 1st thru 12th Grade Enrollment Form
- Documents to bring to the Enrollment Office
Documents needed for Enrollment:
Please gather and bring the documents below. Along with those, please fill out the applicable enrollment form depending on the grade your child will be attending. Additionally all out of district students must fill out the Schools of Choice form. You can print the forms from the website or get the forms when you come to the enrollment office with your documents. The enrollment Office is located at 13900 Granzon, Oak Park, MI 48237
- Original Birth Certificate with Seal or Valid Passport
- Immunization Records – Record of Shots.
- Health Appraisal Form – Only required for kindergarten and pre-school prior to starting school but not needed at the time of enrollment.
- Transcripts and/or last report card
- Current IEP/MET - for students currently receiving Special Education services.
- Photo ID of one parent/guardian- name required to verify identity
- Probate Court Guardianship Papers (for Legal Guardians)
A "resident" is a person who owns or rents within the Oak Park School District. One of the following documents must be provided:
- Closing Statement
- Current Signed Rental/Lease Agreement
- Mortgage Payment Book
- Current Property Tax Bill
Two of the following documents/bills also must be provided:
- City Water/Sewage
- Credit Card
- Cable TV
- Pay Stub with address
- Satellite TV
- Official Government Business Mail
A "non-resident" is a person does not live within the Oak Park School District. All non-residents must provide us with 2 pieces of mail containing your name and address.