Parents must register all new and returning students to the Clark County School District.

Registration is done through the CCSD online registration system. Parents of currently enrolled students may complete online registration using their Infinite Campus account. New families to CCSD may register online at or visit their zoned school. After completing the online registration, parents must bring the required documents to their child’s zoned school to complete the registration process. Parents should  contact their zoned school for questions regarding registration.

Visit or call Demographics, Zoning, and GIS at 702-799-6430 for zoning information.

Age and Entrance Requirements

Children must meet the following minimum age and entrance requirements on or before Sept. 30, 2021, to be admitted to kindergarten, first, or second grade. (Nevada Revised Statutes – NRS 392.040)

✔  Kindergarten students must have attained  the age of five years old by Sept. 30 to attend kindergarten.

✔  First-grade students must have attained the age of six years old and demonstrate proof of completing kindergarten at a public, state- licensed private, state-exempt private, or approved homeschool program.


✔  Demonstrate proof of completing kindergarten and promotion to first grade while being a resident of another state in compliance with the age and entrance requirements of that state. Proof must be verified through a report card issued by the last out-of-state public or private kindergarten.

✔  Second-grade students must have attained the age of seven years old and demonstrate proof of  completing kindergarten and first grade at a public, state-licensed private, state-exempt private, or approved homeschool program.

Children who have attained the age of six who do not meet the entrance requirements will be placed  in kindergarten.

Children who have attained the age of seven who do not meet the entrance requirements will be assessed to determine if the student is developmentally ready for first or second grade.

Children in Nevada between the ages of seven and 18 must be enrolled in and attend school for the entire time school is in session, pursuant to NRS 392.040.

Registration Required Documents

  1.   Proof of Address: One form of proof of address is required. A recent utility bill (telephone and cable bills are not acceptable), current mortgage statement, rental receipt, residential lease agreement, or sales contract are acceptable forms of proof of address.
  1.   Parent/Guardian Personal Identification A driver’s license, picture identification, and/ or passport are acceptable forms of personal identification. Permanent and temporary guardians should be prepared to provide proof of guardianship at the time of registration.
  1.   Proof of Child’s Identity. An original birth certificate, passport, or a certified birth card issued by a health district are acceptable documents for proof of a child’s identity.
  1.   Immunization Record NRS 392.435 Immunization of pupils: Certificate prerequisite to enrollment; conditional enrollment; effect of failure to immunize; report to Health Division; inclusion of certificate in pupil’s record.


Unless excused because of religious belief or medical condition, a child may not be enrolled in a public school within Nevada unless the child has been immunized and has received the proper boosters for that immunization or is complying with the schedules established pursuant to NRS 439.550.

For detailed information concerning immunization requirements for children attending CCSD schools,  visit

For assistance with obtaining immunizations, parents may contact the Southern Nevada Health District at 702-759-0850.

Opting Into Full-Time Distance Education

To meet the diverse needs of our community, CCSD provided parents/guardians the opportunity to opt their child into full-time distance education for the 2021-2022 school year. Before opting into full-time distance education, parents/ guardians were asked to carefully review the distance education considerations available at The deadline to opt-in for full-time distance education was May 21, 2021, to allow schools time to plan staffing for the upcoming school year. Late requests for full-time distance education will be based on available  space at each school. Parents/guardians should contact the zoned school for questions regarding distance education availability.