For students entering grades PreK-12

Registration for New Students PreK-12

Ms. Sarina Burke, Registrar, (p) 617-696-4470 x 5610, (e), Fax - 617-696-5038


To Enroll a Student for School

Please print out and complete the appropriate packet below then make an appointment to enroll a student with the Student Registrar, Ms. Sarina Burke.

Please call ( 617-696-4470 x5610) or email for an appointment. 


Grades PreK-12 Registration Information

Registration Packet 

What Elementary School is my address districted to? Elementary Student Assignment Policy & the Revised Elementary Street Listing 


Preschool Registration Information

Please email Marti O'Keefe McKenna for call Ms. McKenna at 617- 980- 7343 or information, to pre-register and with any questions about preschool.

Children attending a MPS Preschool Program must be three years old on or before August 31, 2020.

The link to pre-register for Preschool can be found here.

Preschool Presentation 2020-21

Preschool Overview 2020-21

Preschool Fact Sheet 2020-21

Preschool Important Dates 2020-21

Preschool Tuition and Financial Aid 2020-21

Registration Packet - To be completed once preschool placement is made. 


Kindergarten Pre-registration Information

Thank you to all who attended Kindergarten information night. The presentation from the info night can be found here.  If you still need to pre-register your incoming kindergarten student please email Marti O'Keefe McKenna, Family Outreach Liaison, or call Ms. McKenna at 617- 980- 7343.

Please note that your child must be five years old on or before August 31, 2020 to start kindergarten in September 2020.

Registration Packet 

2020 Kindergarten Information Night Presentation 


Grade One Enrollment Information

On Tuesday, February 25th, in the MHS Auditorium, parents and guardians  of current kindergarten students  are invited to 1st Grade Information Night  to learn about our two first grade programs: the English Innovation Pathway (with STEM & Spanish) and French Immersion. We will also explain the Assignment Plan, Lottery (if needed) and the Timeline. The night will end with a Q/A session. We will also hold a STEM Information Night on March 2nd, in the Collicot/Cuningham cafe, for current kindergarten families to preview an overview of the STEM Program in the English Innovation Pathway and participate in a hands-on engineering activity.


*Grade 1 Enrollment Information

Enrollment in the Grade One French Immersion program is limited in each school.  If there are  more students who select French Immersion at a school than there are seats available a school based lottery will be held to determine who is enrolled in the program.  The limited seats for the program means that there is no guarantee that a student will be able to enter the French Immersion program.  See the Grade One Assignment Policy.


Residency Policy / Re-establish 

In the Spring of 2015, the Milton School Committee passed a Residency Policy that states “students who are enrolled in the Milton Public Schools shall be required to re-establish residency prior to entering grades six and nine as well as Milton Public School students who attend school out-of-town*.”

Families who have students in these categories are required to complete the Re-establish Residency Packet  that will be mailed to their homes (form is also available on the MPS website at  - go to About and then Student Registration) and provide all necessary documentation. This process is one of the safeguards used by the Milton Public Schools to ensure that all students enrolled in our schools are residents of the town of Milton. Although the re-registration process may be an inconvenience for some families, we hope that residents understand that this is a valuable tool to protect taxpayers in the town of Milton. We work year-round on residency issues and this is simply one more method to assist us with ensuring residency compliance.

Ms. Sarina Burke, MPS Residency Coordinator, or at 617-696-4470 ext 5516. 

*This includes all students who attend Blue Hills Regional Technical School, Norfolk County Agricultural High School and Special Education out-of-district placements for students entering grades 6 and 9.

Families who have students in these categories are required to fill out the packet that has been mailed to their homes or go to the following link and provide all necessary documentation.