For registration for 2016-2017, call 722-2222.
Goshen Local School will be using Final Forms online registration for the 2017-2018 school year
. (see attached playbook instructions)
After completing the forms, you will need to make an appointment to complete the registration process.
You must have an appointment for registration. Please call 513-722-2222 for an appointment.
Note: For Proof of Residence, you must provide one of the following:
- Lease Agreement
- Deed/Title, Settlement Statement or
- Residency Affidavit (notarized with ID provided)
Babysitter Transportation Request
Change of Address
You will be required to contact the Central Registrar with any "change of address" during the school year. Proof of residency documentation must be presented before student records and/or transportation procedures can be adjusted to reflect the change.
We accept a lease agreement, deed, title or settlement statement. Any questions, please contact the board of education office at 513-722-2222.
By creating a uniform procedure for enrollment as well as change of address, Goshen Local Schools continues in its efforts to ensure the safety of children in our community.
Open Enrollment- policy and application
Ohio law, along with the Goshen Local Schools Board of Education board policy, allows parents/guardians to enroll their children in a school with in the Goshen Local School District rather than their district of residence by completing an open enrollment application and being approved
by the incoming district.
Open enrollment applications are filled on a first-come, first serve basis, according to space. New students having siblings already in the District will have preference over other new students, but will have applications approved in the same manner as other students.
Families may make arrangements to meet a Goshen Local School bus at specific bus stops.
High school students who transfer school districts through open enrollment must follow Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) rules for participating on athletic teams. Typically, athletic eligibility is determined by the school in which the student is attending during their 9th grade year. OHSAA rules for transfer and athletic eligibility are very specific and must be followed by law.