Student Registration

All registrations for grades K-12 for the 2020-2021 school year will take place in the Registration office of the Oakmont Central Administration Building located at 50 East Eagle Road, Havertown, PA 19083.

You can find information here about kindergarten registration for 2020-2021. 

All 2020-2021 registrations begin on Monday, January 11th at 7:00 PM

Registration is by appointment only.

To register, a new student must be:

  • A resident of the School District of Haverford Township (proof of residency is required)
  • Five (5) years of age before September 1st of the school term for kindergarten
  • Six (6) years of age before September 1st of the school term for 1st grade

The first step is completing the online application. The second step is scheduling an appointment with our Registrar to submit the required documents referenced below.

Please click on the registration button below to begin the application:


Required documents to be provided at Registration:

  • Proof of birth (e.g. original birth certificate, passport, baptismal certificate)
  • Proof of residency (e.g. original deed, settlement statement, mortgage statement, tax bill, lease (in its entirety))
  • Immunization record

Also, please print the following forms and complete in advance of your appointment:

  1. Home Language Survey 

  2. Parent/Guardian Registration Statement

  3. Release of Student Records  

  4. Student Health Record

  5. Physical and Dental Exam Form

  6. Food Allergy Fact Sheet

  7. Custody Agreement/Court Order

  8. Photo/Media Release

  9. Internet Agreement - Acceptable Use Policy

PLEASE BE ADVISED: As you complete the forms and provide the necessary documentation for registration, we want to bring to your attention that residency allows the provision of free school privileges to children of school age in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The requirements of residency must be met for enrollment.  We want to advise all registrants applying for enrollment that making any willful false statement is a crime and subjects the person making such false statements to penalties of perjury pursuant to the Pennsylvania Crimes of Offenses Code 18 PA stat. Section 4901, et. seq. Also, the District may bring further charges against the individual for theft of services pursuant to 18 PA stat. Section 3926 and 18 PA stat. Section 3922, both of which would be considered felonies, and Fraudulent Practices pursuant to 18 PA stat. Section 4101, et. seq. The individual also becomes liable for the average annual tuition of over $10,000 (tuition rates fluctuate from year to year).


Stacey Mattox
610-853-5900 ext. 7139