• Rising 6th and 9th grade re-registration 2024-2025 school year

     

    The Upper Darby Board of School Directors (“Board”) voted on the re-registration requirements for the 2024-2025 academic year.  The Board requires students who are entering sixth (6th) grade and ninth (9th) grade to re-register with the District. We are accepting re-registrations now. Please complete this process as soon as possible, but no later than June 27, 2024.

     

    There are two different ways to complete the re-registration process. For whichever method you choose, you are required to submit the completed re-registration form, two (2) proofs of residency and a government issued photo ID. Your two (2) proofs may include (1): a lease, deed, mortgage statement, or Upper Darby tax bill, and (2) a current utility bill.  If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Central Registration at 610-352-2400 ext. 2508 or via email at emonaghan@upperdarbysd.org.

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    • In-person: please go to the Upper Darby School District Office of Central Registration located at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA 19026

     

    • Via online: Below is the link for the 2024-2025 Online Student Re-Registration form. You will click on the link, fill out the form and upload your two proofs of residence along with your photo ID.  

     

    2024-2025 Re-Registration Link

     

     

     

    Upper Darby School District Policy 200 of the Board of School Directors states that the Board shall enroll school age students eligible to attend district schools, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, Board Policy and administrative regulations.  A free and appropriate education will be provided to all pupils entitled thereto by the provisions of the Public School Code of 1949, as amended, and the Regulations of the State Board of Education.  Any pupil found not to be entitled to a free, appropriate public education in the Upper Darby School District will not be permitted to continue in attendance and will be dis-enrolled and the School District may elect to seek reimbursement from any responsible persons for tuition or other costs incurred during the period when a child attended our schools without being in compliance with Policy 200.