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If your student(s) attended Marietta Public Schools enrollment will be completed using the online enrollment method. Please contact the school by emailing email@example.com if you need a password reset. Please include student name and grade from last year.
If your student(s) did not attend school at Marietta Public Schools last school year you must make an appointment with the appropriate school office to complete enrollment paperwork. Please call 580-276-9444 and follow the voice prompts to schedule an appointment.
Thank you for choosing Marietta Public Schools for your child. Please use the following information to help you understand the immunization requirements and prepare the proper forms for registration.
To enroll your child at any of our district schools, parents or guardians must provide the following items:
Completed enrollment forms/new student applications
Student social security number (Provided at first year enrollment)
Proof of residency*
Birth certificate (Provided at first year enrollment)
Updated immunization record
Legal documents (custody, guardianship, adoption, name change, etc.)
New students who are transferring from another school should also provide:
Withdrawal form (issued by previous school if enrolling during the school year)
EOI test scores (Oklahoma students only)
*Acceptable proof of residency documents include gas, water, electric bills, ad valorem tax statement, local agreements or contracts for purchasing/leasing housing, income tax returns, notes or mortgage statements, and contracts/rental agreements. Telephone bills, Internet bills, driver’s licenses, cable bills, and checks are not acceptable proof of residency documentation.
All students of all grade levels are required to have a current immunization record or a state approved exemption form on file with the school prior to their admission to school each year. Please view the state health department's current Guide for Immunization Requirements in Oklahoma. You may utilize this link to access both the Oklahoma Immunization Regulations and if needed, the Certificate of Exemption.