Registration Information

How does it work?

Registering for our classes is a pretty easy process whether you are a Spokane Public Schools student or not.

Step 1: Talk to your counselor and make sure that you know the classes that you need.

How do this thing work Step 2: Click on the REGISTER NOW link from the registration menu at the top of the page

Step 3: Enter all of your student information into the online registration form. Make sure that this information is complete and accurate. You will be contacted using the information that you entered.

Step 4: Select the class or classes that you are registering for.

Step 5: Print the form on the completion page or check your email. The forms that you need have been emailed to you.

Step 6: You and your parent sign the registration form

Step 7: Take the signed form to your counselor. They will sign it and fax it to us.

Step 8: A couple of weeks before the start of class you will receive a confirmation email letting you know when and how you can login to your classes.


Step 9: Have a representative from your school complete the Interdistrict Agreement OR Tuition form that will be emailed to you upon completion of the online registration

Step 10: Return all of the signed form to us.

See our available classes by CLICKING HERE

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Spokane Public Schools complies with all federal and state laws and regulations and does not discriminate.

It is the policy of the School Board to ensure that student records are created, maintained, disseminated,
and disposed of as required by law and as deemed necessary
and appropriate to provide for the educational welfare of students
and support of District's educational programs, and/or for the orderly
and efficient operation of schools.

The Board directs the superintendent to establish procedures
that govern the collection, content, management and control of student records.
(Refer to Policy 6220 for District policy on public record requests.)